CE by the Sea 2023 Technician Meeting
5 hours of CE available!
Saturday September 9th, 2023
Plantation Suites & Conference Center
Port Aransas, TX 78373
Ronald D. Tyler Jr., DVM, MS
Dr. Ronald Tyler Jr. completed undergraduate school in North Carolina (UNC-Wilmington, 1998), veterinary School in Oklahoma (Oklahoma State University, 2004) and practiced small animal medicine for 2 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dr. Tyler then completed a 6-year combined graduate / veterinary pathology residency training program (Anatomic Pathology Residency & MS (Veterinary Pathology) at Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, 2012). Dr. Tyler’s research at Virginia Tech was on quantitative histopathology techniques and quantitative PCR assays applied to Johne's disease (pronounced "yo-knees") caused by Mycobacterium avium ss paratuberculosis. Dr. Tyler’s general interests include application of new technologies to veterinary medical sciences, diagnostic pathology and studying disease trends.
Ms. Rosa Hinojosa
Rosa Hinojosa conducted contact tracing and case investigations during the COVID -19 Pandemic. She is currently a Public Health Technician at Corpus Christi- Nueces County Public Health District. She investigates and completes Zoonosis cases and other Notifiable Conditions as required by the DSHS.
Moriam Ojelade, ND
Moriam Ojelade obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry at University of Houston-Downtown and a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree at Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington. She is currently the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Manager at Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District. She conducts surveillance, investigations, and reporting of a variety of notifiable infectious diseases in Nueces County.
Miriam Jaime, BS PH
Miriam Jaime earned her Bachelor of Science in Public health in 2023 from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a DSHS Texas Public Health Fellow and is employed by the Corpus Christi-Nueces Health District as an Epidemiology and Community Engagement Fellow. She worked at Operation Health and Wellness in Corpus Christi (an IRT program offering free clinical services to citizens). Currently, Miriam creates retrospective analyzes and visualizations from zoonotic disease data in South Texas using statistical software and Geographic information systems.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Cost is $50, payable by cash, check or money order the day of the event.
This event is not limited to Licensed Technicians. Assistants, receptionists, office managers and any support staff are welcome!