Managing Addison’s WEBINAR – 1 CE HR

February 7th, 2024

12-1 PM EST (1 CE Hour)

Stanton Foundation
Proudly sponsored by the Stanton Foundation

Hypoadrenocorticism can be challenging to recognize, and the disease is often misdiagnosed early in the course.  Furthermore, treatment can be frustrating for clients due to drug costs and the need for frequent monitoring.  The primary objectives of this lecture are to: 

  • Recognize the clinical and laboratory features of Addison’s disease, including the “non-classic” signs of glucocorticoid deficiency. 
  • Learn strategies to mitigate treatments costs and the need for frequent monitoring

About the Instructor

Dr. Daniel Langlois is an associate professor at the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  He is originally from Baton Rouge, LA, and he received his DVM from Louisiana State University in 2009.  He then completed a 1-year internship at The Ohio State University which was followed by an internal medicine residency at Michigan State University.  He obtained board certification from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in 2013, and he has been an MSU faculty member since that time.  Daniel has strong clinical and research interests in companion animal endocrinology and canine hepatology.  He has authored peer-reviewed manuscripts in these fields, frequently lectures on these subjects, and routinely serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for various veterinary journals.


Member TypePrice
GVMA Premier & Recent Graduate Members$25
GVMA Individual Members$45

Note that this meeting will be interactive and we request that you engage with the speaker.