NYS Veterinary Conference

Cornell is honored to be a co-host of the annual New York State Veterinary Conference, traditionally held in the fall of each year in Ithaca, NY, at the cutting-edge facilities of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Veterinary medicine professionals gather to teach, network, and learn at this premiere virtual educational gathering.

2022 New York State Veterinary Conference

October 7-9, 2022
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Ithaca, New York


3 days of world-class education

The 2022 New York State Veterinary Conference (NYS-VC) is a three-day interactive event that provides attendees with high-quality Continuing Education, offering up to 22 LIVE and over 120 on-demand RACE and NYS Continuing Education credit opportunities.

Our 2022 conference is October 7th through 9th and offers three different ways to engage. This year, we're excited to run a Hybrid event, offering on-site, online, and on-demand sessions. Whether you join us on-site at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine or virtually from the comfort and convenience of your home or office, our sessions are all presented LIVE. We will be hosting four of our most popular tracks per day at Cornell and streaming those sessions PLUS an additional 2-3 tracks to our live virtual audience. After the event, all sessions will be available on-demand for an additional 60 days.

Co-hosted by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society, the conference features a diversity of species and professional development tracks, with something for everyone – from recent grads to seasoned practitioners and licensed veterinary technicians. We will once again offer yoga sessions, networking opportunities, and fun extras to keep you refreshed and entertained throughout the weekend.

We look forward to learning and growing with you at the 2022 New York State Veterinary Conference


The NYS-VC Planning Committee

For inquiries about exhibiting or sponsorship, email Tim Atkinson at NYSVMS or call 518 869 7888.