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Wed, Aug 31


The Farmer's Union Restaurant

Tigilanol Tiglate: Treating Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs in your clinic with a simple injection

Come enjoy dinner and earn some CE while learning about STELFONTA, a unique injectable approach without surgery for treating MCT--Already over 1000 injections on the West Coast by General Practitioners.

Registration is closed for Aug 31st CE Dinner
Tigilanol Tiglate: Treating Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs in your clinic with a simple injection
Tigilanol Tiglate: Treating Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs in your clinic with a simple injection

Time & Location

Aug 31, 2022, 6:30 PM

The Farmer's Union Restaurant, 151 W Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113


About the event

Join us for dinner, drinks, and great CE, hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Veterinary Medical Association and sponsored by Virbac.

August 31, 2022 at The Farmer's Union Restaurant in San Jose (in the ground floor private "Benson Room")

Doors open and social time at 6:30 pm, meeting scheduled to begin at 7:05 pm.

Dr. Scott Weinman will be presenting 1.5 CE hours on Tigilanol Tiglate: An Innovative Treatment Option for Mast Cell tumors in dogs. This new FDA-approved cancer treatment allows the treatment of MCT in clinic as an alternative to surgery. Over 1000 injections have been successfully performed on the West Coast by General Practice Veterinarians.

For a sneak peek, check out this 3-minute video on Stelfonta with Dr. Sue Ettinger.

Current SCVVMA members: Dinner fee sponsored courtesy of Virbac

Non-SCVVMA members: Plate fee of $70 will be invoiced upon registration and must be paid before August 21 to secure your seat at the table.


About the speaker:

Scott Weinman was raised on a family farm in Minnesota.  From a very early age, he dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. After completing degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, he attended Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine where he obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree. While in practice, he returned to Seattle University-Alber’s School of Business and Economics to earn his MBA in Operations Management.  Dr. Weinman completed a year-long Fellowship in Shelter Medicine (focus on infectious disease) in 2016 at UC Davis.

His veterinary career has encompassed general and emergency practice, managing veterinary practices, serving on the board of a multi-state practice network, working as a corporate trainer, providing relief veterinary services, and business consulting. Also, he has spent over a decade as a Field Based Technical Services Veterinarian, speaking on a variety of topics from Heartworm disease, Osteoarthritis, Pain Management, Canine & Feline Heart Disease, Atopic Dermatitis, Oncology, Wound Closure & Management, Infectious Disease and Vaccinology, and management topics such as Medical Adherence, Teambuilding and Leadership, and Marketing. Prior to joining Virbac, Dr. Weinman was an acute care veterinarian at a busy 24 hour emergency practice in the Portland area.

Dr. Weinman currently resides in Davis, CA where he lives with his partner, a labradoodle named “Daisy,” and a tuxedo cat named “Pinot Noir.”  He enjoys travel, outdoor activities, and is an amateur mixologist and chef.

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Andrew Evan Schreibman, DVM Bio

Dr. Schreibman earned his DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Mississippi State University, completed a residency program in Anatomic Pathology at the University of Missouri, and served as a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Intern at the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine with the University of Illinois. He brings over 20 years of diverse education and experience in veterinary medicine built from multiple disciplines – clinical practice, research, academia, and industry. Dr. Schreibman has authored and co-authored several publications and scientific presentations. In his current role as Senior Professional Services Veterinarian, he presents information to colleges, corporate accounts, local associations, sales distributor partners, and individual practices. Passionate about continuous learning and evidence-based medicine, Dr. Schreibman is always seeking opportunities to provide the best education to everyone from pre-veterinary students to specialized Key Opinion Leaders. Outside of veterinary medicine, he umpires high school football & baseball and runs marathons with his wife Lisa.

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