Kaspar Matiasek, DVM, DrMedVetHabil, FTA-PATH-NEUROPATH, AM-ECVN, is Professor of Clinical & Comparative Neuropathology at the LMU Munich. He heads one of the most active neuropathology laboratories across Europe.
His special interests are brain biopsies, peripheral nerve and nerve root disorders, mitochondrial diseases, comparative neuro-oncology, developmental disorders and pathology of epilepsy.
Kaspar is a member of the European Society & College of Veterinary Neurology and of the Munich Centre of Systemic Neurosciences – Brain & Mind. He furthermore heads the neuropathology chapter of the International Veterinary Epilepsy Task Force.
Kaspar has been organiser and tutor of numerous workshops and seminars on veterinary and comparative neuropathology. He runs weekly neuropath rounds for ECVN residents and diplomates and is a regular presenter at the European Brain Camp, the European courses in Basic Neuropathology and Neuroanatomy, the annual ECVN symposium and ACVIM Forum.
During his time at the AHT in Newmarket (2008-2010) he conducted the ophtho-pathology training of ECVO residents.
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Next Meeting Dates
12th Neuro19.12.2019 DOWNLOAD ical
Neurology on a slide- applied CSF cytology
Neurocytology of inflammatory/ infectious and neoplastic CNS disease, laboratory methods, artifacts
Past Meeting Dates
Neuro-ophthalmology from a pathologist’s point of view
Important pathologic features of neuro-ophthalmologic disease, selected clinical cases
Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in dogs
Clinical, pathological anatomy and radiographic will be covered. Different etiologies, pathophysiology and diagnosis will be discussed.
Meningoencephalitis of unknown origin (MUO) in dogs – Part 1
Clinical presentation of and diagnostic approach to MUO
Meningoencephalitis of unknown origin (MUO) in dogs – Part 2
Histopathologic features, treatment and prognosis in MUO