Udder Health Systems is offering custom laboratory training for scientists looking to increase their understanding and skills in practical mastitis microbiology. This training is designed for individuals with basic biology training or experience ranging from the beginning laboratory analysts, to the experienced veterinarians, who wish to perform standard or advanced bovine mastitis microbiological test methods. The training will include methods to identify and differentiate up to 18 different mastitis causing organisms and other organisms commonly seen in cow milk samples.
Udder Health Systems is comprised of three, busy mastitis culture laboratories. Training will take place at our new facility in Boise, Idaho. This high volume facility provides an excellent opportunity for the trainee to receive one-on-one detailed training in laboratory techniques and procedures, gain a tremendous amount of wet lab experience with live fresh specimen, and be able to take this training home and immediately apply this knowledge at the bench. Training will be held in one week blocks and will be offered at 2 levels; Level 1 for the new analyst and Level 3 for the veterinarian or more experienced analyst. The following will be covered in these sessions: