Animal Health Summit On-Demand Webinars

Customize your virtual event experience by selecting from our robust library of on-demand content!

Want to hear that key point again, or look at that slide a little longer?! No problem! The Animal Health Summit's on-demand platform allows you to view content at your own pace, as well as rewind, replay and revisit on your terms.

Something for Everyone


Hear from top thought leaders in the animal health industry as well as leaders representing expertise in government relations, finance, workforce, distribution, sustainability and design/build.

Content will be available 24/7 from August 31-September 23 

How Facilities Can Become an Asset to Workplace Culture, Productivity and Health

Hadley Stolte_CLR-0019-bHadley Stolte AIA,NCARB
Architect, Laboratory Planner, Principal | The Clark Enersen Partners

This session identifies the feedback loop among the built environment, workplace culture, and the human-animal bond that makes our industry special. Setting the table with facility planning best practices, we will discuss how to access current real estate inventory, the effects on both external and internal perceptions, as well as the bottom line. The right facility doesn’t have to be expensive, but it must have the flexibility to mirror current market demands and provide employees with a sense of pride and comfort. With human animal bond at the forefront of current design trends, we will provide examples of how a facility can become an asset by creating long term value related to culture and heath.

 

LEAN Project Delivery

Marc HansonMarc Hanson

Director, Business Operations | CRB

This presentation highlights the introduction of LEAN Project Delivery for Design and Construction. It will cover topics such as Value Streams, Last Planner, and Industry Trends.

 
 

Workplace Strategies for a Post Covid World

Emily HarroldEmily Harrold, AIA, NCIDQ
Interior Architect & Associate Principal | Gould Evans

This conversation will review post-pandemic modifications regarding social norms and work habits for offices to consider. Strategies will anticipate physical, cognitive and emotional risk to the users in workplace environments, followed by strategies to address the risk both companies and employees will be forced to address. 


Technology in the Age of COVID-19: Sustainability and Safety Wins

Charles JabaraCharles Jabara
Project Manager | CRB

Join Charles Jabara as he outlines a variety of technologies being utilized in the age of COVID-19 that are reducing both personal and corporate carbon footprints. CRB is designing & constructing two animal health facilities that will be located 2,000 and 4,500 miles from our home office in the Kansas City area. COVID-19 was the catalyst for new technologies benefiting sustainability and safety. 

 

Integrated Project Delivery

Mike FenskeMike Fenske
Senior Vice President | Burns & McDonnell

Mike Fenske, Senior Vice President at Burns & McDonnell, discusses how companies can save time and capital by utilizing integrated project delivery. Mike discusses real examples of how organizations have saved time and money by emphasizing front-end planning and collaborating with all stakeholders along the project chain early in the process to provide superior results. 

Designing HVAC Systems for Safer Spaces

Dustin Enviro 1018Dustin Schafer, PE
Director of Engineering, Senior Vice President | Henderson Engineers

We are all coming to terms with what it means to manage the risk of infection in our buildings. While there isn’t a one size fits all solution, social distancing, surface cleaning, and HVAC air cleaning strategies all play a role in keeping occupants safe. This presentation briefly describes the transmission vectors by which infection can spread within a building and focuses on what can be done from an HVAC system design perspective to reduce the risk of airborne transfer of viral or bacterial infection between building occupants.

The USDA Small Business Innovation Research Program: A Place to Start

Timothy ConnerTimothy Conner, Ph.D.

Acting Deputy Director, Institutes of Bioenergy Climate and Environment | USDA

Acting Deputy Director Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition | National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) 

USDA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program offers competitively awarded grants to qualified small businesses to support high quality research related to important scientific problems and opportunities in agriculture that could lead to significant public benefits. The program stimulates technological innovations and strengthens the role of federal research and development in support of small businesses. The presentation will provide an overview of the program and relevance to AHS participants.

Consumer Meat Demand Drives Your Profitability

Schroeder-7-22Ted Schroeder, Ph.D.
Professor | Kansas State University

Consumer demand for meat is critical for the entire livestock production and input supply industry profitability.  We use beef as the example to show you why consumer demand is so important, how it translates into value for you, and what is implies for your company as a beef industry input supplier.

The National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility- Protecting the Nation’s Food Supply and Public Health

Ken Burton _staff photo (1)Kenneth Burton, DVM
Coordinator | USDA National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF)

NBAF is a world-class science facility for large animal agricultural research, training, and diagnostics that will be owned and operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In the facility, USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service will conduct comprehensive research, develop vaccines and antivirals, and provide enhanced diagnostic and training capabilities to protect the U.S. against transboundary, emerging, and zoonotic animal diseases that threaten our food supply, agricultural economy, and public health. During this presentation, we’ll present NBAF’s mission and vision, review the development timeline, discuss facility features, and offer an update on our operational status and hiring to date.

 

Biodefense Research at USDA: Predicting the Emergence of New Pathogens

Cyril GayCyril Gay, DVM, Ph.D.
Senior National Program Leader, Animal Production and Protection | Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture

To date, scientists have failed to successfully predict the emergence of any of the new and emergency pathogens of the 21st century, including SARS, pandemic H1N1, MERS-CoV, Zika, or SARS-CoV-2.  Biodefense research at USDA has historically focused on preparing and responding to disease outbreaks, but can research help predict the emergence of the next pandemic pathogen?  This presentation will explore challenges and new approaches that may help predict the emergence of new pathogens that pose a threat to animals and public health.   


Transformation and Disruption in Veterinary Medicine: Lessons from COVID-19

Salois HeadshotMatthew Salois, Ph.D.
Chief Economist | American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

Join Dr. Matthew Salois as he provides an overview of the economic impacts of COVID-19 on veterinary practices, how practices can successfully navigate through the coming economic challenges, and the importance of innovation and reimagination of veterinary medicine in a time of transformation.

Tips for Successful Media Interviews

Wright_Susan - hero S_ASusan Wright, MBA
Director of Content & Public Relations| Stephens & Associates

Every company – big or small, new or established – will benefit from engaging with the media. In the best-case scenario, those interactions will be numerous, given that data shows consumers continue to trust media outlets over branded information. Media interviews can be both exhilarating and a little overwhelming, but a well-delivered interview will pay major dividends for your brand. In this webinar, we will cover the media landscape, what reporters want, how to establish control and be a memorable spokesperson, tactics for handling the tough questions, and much more.

Forces Disrupting Animal Health and Nutrition

Michael HelmstetterMichael Helmstetter, Ph.D.
Founder, President & CEO | TechAccel, LLC

The animal health market is becoming increasingly dynamic, paralleling the pace of change in the agricultural technology market. The constant in both markets, of course, is change. 

So, what’s behind the change? Pressure from within, pressure from the external environment – including investors – and pressure from consumers. We will discuss a handful of forces we see that are creating the pressure.

Harmonizing Cell Therapy Development and Manufacturing

Stehno-BittelLisa Stehno-Bittel, Ph.D.
President | Likarda, LLC

The current state of human cell therapies, including the successes and challenges, can direct the development of veterinary products. We will suggest a unifying approach to critical quality characterization assays for product release and discuss the advantages and challenges of allogeneic cell therapies from a manufacturing perspective.

USMCA – Certification of Origin

Adam HillAdam Hill, LCB, CCS, CES

President and Chief Operating Officer | Scarbrough Group of Companies

The United States-Mexico-Canada agreement entered into force on July 1, 2020.  Find out what is required on the new “NAFTA” certificate of origin? Who can sign it? Is an actual form required?

 
 
 

Online Fulfillment 101

Mark hardingMark Harding

Warehouse Manager | Scarbrough Warehousing, Inc.

Whether you are fulfilling orders yourself or you are outsourcing to a 3PL, find out best practices of e-commerce and online order fulfillment.  How does it work?

 

Managing from Home

Maja_ HeadshotMaja Haney
Account Manager | Aerotek

Managing employees while working from home can be quite challenging. We will talk through some of the best practices that my colleagues and I have implemented for both internal employees working remotely and our contingent labor force deployed at work sites.

Overcoming Obstacles and Identifying Opportunities in the Animal Health Marketplace

StacyPursellHeadshotColorFulJacket2018Stacy Pursell, B.A., CPC, CERS
Founder and CEO | The VET Recruiter


So far, 2020 has been a historic year. However, it’s not over yet . . . and what will 2021 bring? What lies ahead, and how can you prepare for the future?

Join Stacy Pursell as she provides her keen insights and unique perspective based upon her work “in the trenches” of the employment marketplace as a leading Executive Recruiter serving both the Animal Health Industry and the Veterinary Profession. During this webinar, Stacy will discuss:

  • The current state of the Animal Health industry and Veterinary profession
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic has actually created opportunity in the marketplace
  • How telemedicine and technology are transforming the workplace and the job market
  • Why diversity in hiring is in more demand than ever
  • Why the economy is artificially inflated and what that could mean for the second half of the year and 2021

Navigating Relocation and Recruiting Talent Through Traditional and Virtual Environments

Kim WhittetKimberly Whittet
Administrative and Operations Officer | National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA

A representative from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will share the experience of relocating two Federal agencies from Washington, D.C. to Kansas City, MO. The presentation will discuss how the agencies made the transition, the impact on the workforce, and subsequent recruitment efforts using traditional and virtual methods while ensuring diversity, inclusion, and equity in the hiring process.

Expanding Into the U.S. Means Expanding Tax Obligations

Ben ElliottBen Elliott, CPA
International Tax Manager | RSM US LLP

The U.S. tax system has several layers and proper planning will help to mitigate unfavorable tax outcomes. Learn what those who are expanding into the U.S. market need to know – whether it is detrimental U.S. withholding tax liabilities or favorable tax incentives.


Current Uses for Blockchain in Enterprise

Matt Wolf HeadshotMatthew Wolf
Director, Blockchain & Digital Assets | RSM US LLP 

When people think blockchain they think, big costs and complicated implementations, but it doesn’t have to be this way. I will discuss ways in which organizations can harden cybersecurity and drive operational efficiencies by using blockchain and digital assets

Check back soon! Additional webinar details coming soon from:

 

  • Children's Mercy 
  • Elanco Animal Health
  • JNA Advertising
  • Lockton Companies, Inc.
  • Merck Animal Health
  • Plug and Play
  • Scollar

Follow-Up Chat with the Experts!

As part of our continued effort to build value for our Summit attendees, the Corridor will coordinate a series of informal, virtual roundtable discussions with the experts featured in our on demand webinars. Chats will take place in October, giving attendees plenty of time to view content on their own time. 

This virtual follow-up will provide attendees with the opportunity to get to know our speakers, connect with other attendees, and get answers to their burning questions. 


One-on-One Partnering

Programming with Impact

On Demand Virtual Keynote

Animal Health Summit FAQs

On Demand Webinars

Sponsors

Emerging Company Presentations

Registration

LIVE Leaders Circle

Contact Us