With the rapid urbanization and the aging of population in China,pet ownership and related-spending are among the fastest growing markets. In recent years, the number of animal clinic in China has increased dramatically. Demands for small animal veterinary medicine, advanced technology in diagnostic and therapeutics, and new experience and expertise are huge in the China and surrounding regions.
The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine affects the lives of animals and people every day through educational, research, service, and outreach programs. We are dedicated to the education of future and current veterinarians and bio-medical scientists and the discovery of new knowledge and skills, which are generally recognized at home and abroad. The college has graduated nearly 4,000 veterinarians and hundreds of scientists.
Starting in 2012, the University of Minnesota has organized the Leman China Swine Conference and the China Dairy Conference & World Dairy Industry Expo. The Conference presented the latest developments on swine and dairy research and production, disease surveillance and control, integration of production and public health, and their impacts on the global economy to China.
To continue its global continuing education efforts and to the development of small animal industry, the University of Minnesota will organize the University of Minnesota International Small Animal Veterinary Conference and Expo (MSAVC) on June 27-29, 2016 in Nanjing International Exhibition Center, Nanjing, China.The conference will invited renowned speakers in the areas of small animal disease, diagnostics, and therapeutics, nutrition, and breeding from North America and around the world to present the latest knowledge and technologies to conference participants.