Tuesday 6th of February, 2024.
4pm GMT, in Google Meet

See registration information at the bottom of the page.

The lecture lasts about 1,5 hours.

Cigitas is an excellent veterinarian and neurologist and also a engaging lecturer who really knows his field.

He speaks e.g. what epilepsy is, the differences between different epislepsys about research, treatments, epilepsy in breeding...

Come and listen to a lecture on the subject at an affordable price. The price includes a recording, so you can watch the lecture at a time that suits you, wherever you want. The recording has a viewing time of 1 week, until 13 of February.

About the lecturer:

Animal neurologist Sigitas Cizinauskas is a veterinarian, but also a European specialist in animal neurology and the founder and chief neurologist of Vantaa Animal Hospital Aisti since 2005.
He has worked e.g. at the veterinary hospital of the University of Helsinki and as a clinical teacher and neurologist at the University of Bern, Germany.

- Founder and chief neurologist at Animal Hospital Aisti, since 2005
· Helsinki University Veterinary Hospital, chief neurologist, 2001-2004
· Clinical teacher and neurologist at the University of Bern, Germany 1999-2001
· Animal neurology resident at the University of Bern, Germany 1997-1999
· Veterinarian at the small animal clinic, Prague, Czech Republic 1995-1997

· European Specialist in Veterinary Neurology, member of the neurology working group of the Breeding Science Committee of the Finnish Kennel Club

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Register now! Price: £19.99 / 24,99$ / 23€

Send your name+email to:
You will receive a payment request directly in PayPal.

About a day before the lecture, you will receive a link via email to log in to the live lecture.
Within 24 hours after the lecture, you will receive a link to the recording, which you can watch as many times as you want for 1 week.
You need an app to watch the recording on your phone, but it opens directly on your computer.

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Veterinary lectures:

16.01.2024 - Spinal diseases in dogs from neurologist's point of view
06.02.2024 - Epilepsy in dogs (info coming later)