Residents Capture Abstract Awards
The University Of Missouri College Of Veterinary
Medicine was well represented at the 26th Annual ACVIM Forum
in San Antonio, Texas. The ACVIM, American College of Veterinary
Internal Medicine, encompasses small-animal internal medicine,
large-animal internal medicine, oncology, neurology, and cardiology.
Out of 399 scientific abstracts presented, at least 13 were
presented by members of the University of Missouri. Along
with the scientific abstracts, faculty members gave12 50-minute
Only forum officers and residents are eligible
for awards. Dr. Stephanie Kottler and Dr. Wendi Rankin won
two of the major awards, both winning their category as outstanding
resident abstract presentation. Kottler’s abstract presentation
was “Prevalence of staphylococcus aureus and MRSA carriage
in three populations.” The co-authors of the abstract
are Dr. John Middleton, Dr. John Dodam, and Dr. Leah Cohn.
Rankin’s abstract presentation was the Correlation of
Survivin and Ki-67 Immunoreactivity in Canine Urinary Bladder
Tissues. The co-authors of the abstract are Dr. Carolyn J.
Henry, Dr. Susan E. Turnquist, James R. Turk, Jeffrey W. Tyler,
Marilyn E. Beissenherz, and Dr. Jonathan Green.
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