Congratulations to the 2014 ACVIM Resident Research Award Winners
(Listed by Specialty and Alphabetically)
Note: The ACVIM gives out ten awards annually. There is no requirement that all ACVIM specialties (Cardiology, LAIM, Neurology, Oncology, SAIM) and categories within (Food Animal, Equine, etc.) must have an award.
Lance Visser—The Ohio State University (Cardiology)
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT OF RIGHT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC FUNCTION FOLLOWING A SINGLE DOSE OF PIMOBENDAN VERSUS ATENOLOL IN CONSCIOUS HEALTHY DOGS: A PROSPECTIVE, BLINDED, RANDOMIZED, CROSSOVER STUDY
Randolph Winter—Texas A & M University (Cardiology)
BIOLOGIC VARIABILITY OF N-TERMINAL PRO-BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE AND CARDIAC TROPONIN I IN HEALTHY DOGS AND DOGS WITH MYXOMATOUS MITRAL VALVE DISEASE
Diego Gomez—University of Prince Edward Island (Large Animal Internal Medicine-Food Animal)
QUANTITATIVE CONTRIBUTION OF PLASMA D- AND L-LACTATE TO THE STRONG ION GAP AND THE EFFECT OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL VARIABLES ON PLASMA BICARBONATE AND pH IN 42 CALVES WITH DIARRHEA
Amy Stieler—University of Florida (Large Animal Internal Medicine-Equine)
MACROLIDE INDUCED HYPERTHERMIA IN FOALS: ROLE OF IMPAIRED SWEAT RESPONSES
Lindsay Boozer—University of Georgia (Neurology)
PHARMACOKINETIC EVALUATION OF GENERIC EXTENDED RELEASE FORMULATIONS OF LEVETIRACETAM IN DOGS
Rob Daniel—University of Missouri (Neurology)
FELINE MYOTONIA CONGENITA: CLINICAL, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC AND HISTOPATHOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS WITH A NOVEL MUTATION IN CLCN-1
Melissa Tollett—University of Pennsylvania (Oncology)
A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF HYPOFRACTIONATED RADIOTHERAPY FOR TREATMENT OF SOLID TUMORS IN DOGS
Rebekah Mack—Michigan State University (Small Animal Internal Medicine-Gastroenterology)
ROLE OF OROPHARYNGEAL BACTERIA IN ESOPHAGEAL FEEDING TUBE PERISTOMAL INFECTIONS IN CATS
Meredith Sherrill—University of Missouri (Small Animal Internal Medicine-Immunology)
INFESTATION BY AMBLYOMMA AMERICANUM ON CATS LEADS TO INCREASED LEUKOCYTE PHAGOCYTOSIS
Anna Threlfall—Royal Veterinary College (Small Animal Internal Medicine-Hematology)
INVOLVEMENT OF CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE ANTIGEN 4 PROMOTOR POLYMORPHISMS IN GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PRIMARY IMMUNE MEDIATED HAEMOLYTIC ANAEMIA IN COCKER SPANIELS
Research reports are presented at the ACVIM Forum by active researchers in the field, and permit active researchers the opportunity to present new findings using an extended abstract format. Post-doctoral fellows may be considered, but ACVIM Candidates, other residents, interns, graduate students, undergraduate students or professional students cannot be considered in this category.
Anyone may submit abstracts to be considered in the research abstract category. ACVIM Candidates may be eligible for the Resident Research award. Awards will be given to selected research abstract presenters (or poster authors) who are active residents in an approved ACVIM training program, or who have completed an ACVIM approved residency within the last 6 months but are not yet ACVIM Board-certified. These abstracts will be judged on the quality of both the research and oral or poster presentation.
LATE BREAKING RESEARCH REPORTS
2014 ACVIM Forum Late Breaking Research Report submission is now closed.
2014 Late Breaking Research Report Abstract Guidelines
RESEARCH REPORTS AND RESEARCH ABSTRACTS
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Poster Guidelines
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Oral Guidelines
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Poster Presentation Schedule (Current as of April 8)
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract Oral Presentation Schedule (Current as of April 8)
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Report submission is now closed.
2014 ACVIM Forum Research Abstract submission is now closed.
2014 Research Report and Research Abstract Guidelines
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