Penn Vet Faculty to Explore Imaging, Neurology at First Tuesday Lecture

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, Drs. Amy Johnson and Kate Wulster will explore how robotic CT can help neurologic horses during their presentation, “Integrating Innovation in Imaging: Advancements in Neurology.”

From planning advanced orthopedic surgeries to guiding successful cardiac procedures, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s (Penn Vet) robotics-controlled standing computed tomography (CT) system has propelled clinical diagnosis and treatment for many large animal patients who have walked through New Bolton Center’s hospital doors.

On Tuesday, Oct. 2, Amy Johnson, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, assistant professor of large animal medicine and neurology, and Kate Wulster, VMD, clinical assistant professor of diagnostic imaging, will explore the clinical impact that the robotic CT can offer New Bolton Center’s neurologic patients during their presentation “Integrating Innovation in Imaging: Advancements in Neurology.”

The event, which is the second of the 2018-2019 First Tuesday Lecture series, will be held at 6:30 p.m. in New Bolton Center’s Alumni Hall, located at 382 West Street Road in Kennett

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