In the world of veterinary medicine, the battle against leishmaniosis rages on, affecting both our feline and canine companions. As we prepare for LeishVet ALIVE 2 2024, an extraordinary event uniting veterinary professionals and researchers, we are thrilled to introduce you to one of our esteemed speakers, Dr. M. Saridomichelakis. His paper, When should clinicians suspect feline leishmaniosis? promises to shed light on a critical aspect of this disease.

Introducing Dr. M. Saridomichelakis

Dr. Manolis Saridomichelakis is a distinguished figure in the field of veterinary medicine, with a focus on leishmaniosis and allergic skin diseases. He is a Professor of Companion Animal Medicine at the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Thessaly, and a board-certified Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Dermatology.

Dr. Saridomichelakis completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and obtained his PhD from the same institution in 1998. He has an extensive publication record, including 170 articles in scientific journals, full congress proceedings, 5 book chapters with over 3,000 citations to his name.

Dr. Saridomichelakis’s research interests primarily revolve around leishmaniosis and allergic skin diseases. His expertise in these areas is evident through his significant contributions to the field, as reflected in his extensive publication record and active participation in scientific events. His research has covered a wide range of topics, including the clinical manifestations and diagnosis of canine atopic dermatitis, comorbidities in dogs with leishmaniosis due to Leishmania infantum, the presence and density of domestic mites in the microenvironment of mite-sensitive dogs with atopic dermatitis, and antinuclear antibodies and rheumatoid factor titers in dogs with arthritis secondary to leishmaniosis.

Unlocking the Secrets of Feline Leishmaniosis

The breadth and depth of Dr. Saridomichelakis’s expertise make him a compelling speaker for the upcoming ALIVE 2024 conference. His presentation on “When should clinicians suspect feline leishmaniosis?” is expected to provide invaluable insights for veterinarians and researchers alike, offering a comprehensive overview of the clinical manifestations and management strategies for this condition. Attendees can anticipate gaining practical knowledge and guidance from his presentation, further solidifying the significance of his participation in the conference.

Register Today for ALIVE 2024 and Make a Difference in Leishmaniosis Care

The ALIVE 2024 conference presents a unique opportunity for veterinary professionals and researchers to engage with experts like Dr. Saridomichelakis, exchange knowledge, and foster collaboration in the fight against leishmaniosis. By delving into the latest advancements in the field, attendees can gain practical insights that will enable them to make a positive impact on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of leishmaniosis in animals.

Register now to secure your place at LeishVet ALIVE 2, 2024 and take a significant step towards enhancing your expertise, expanding your professional network, and contributing to the collective effort to combat leishmaniosis. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this transformative event!