Louisville, Kentucky. – Dr. Don Sanders of Urbana, Ohio has been elected to the top leadership role as president of the Society for Theriogenology at the Society’s annual conference held this year in Louisville, Ky. Dr. Sanders has been an active member in the Society for many years working his way up from first serving on committees, then as vice president, president-elect in 2012-2013 and ultimately this upcoming year’s president. As president-elect he organized the scientific program presented at this year’s annual conference. The conference consists of four days of intense cutting edge seminars in animal reproduction ranging from companion animals to most large animal species. Dr. Sanders is also a board-certified specialist in Theriogenology (animal reproduction). Formerly in private practice for many years with Dr. Judy Sanders, he has trained fourth year vet students for the past seven years at The Ohio State University Large Animal Field Service in Marysville. He recently stepped down from OSU to focus on veterinary consultation in the States and the training of veterinarians and dairy farm managers in China.
The Society for Theriogenology is an organization of 3000 veterinarians dedicated to animal reproduction, whose mission is to promote standards of excellence in reproductive medicine, to provide outreach and education to veterinarians, and to foster continual improvements in Theriogenology.