PVM Research Day

The annual PVM Research Day highlights research in the College of Veterinary Medicine that enhances the well-being of animals and people. On this day, research findings are presented by our faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and students. The day also features a keynote Phi Zeta lecture and a presentation by the recipient of the Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence. During the day a number of prizes are bestowed for meritorious research accomplishments.

PVM Research Day April 8, 2019

2019 Award Winners:

Phi Zeta Manuscript Award

Clinical/applied Research: Dr. Kelly Cummings

Phi Zeta Omicron Award

1st place – Cosette Rivera-Cruz 

2nd place – Dr. Wan-Chu (Ellan) Hung

PVM Graduate Student Award

1st place – Dr. Alexandra Dieterly 

2nd place – Janelle (Wes) Salameh

Osborne Award Winners 

1st place - Dr. Natalia Strandberg 

2nd place - Dr. Jose Goni 

3rd place - Dr. Blake Marcum 

Phi Zeta Poster Awards

Basic Research

1st place – Hassan Eldesouky

2nd place – Shawna Cook

Applied/Clinical Research

1st place – Nelly Elshafie

2nd place  – Li-Jen Chang


1st place – Levi Smith

2nd place – Caitlyn Ridenour

2019 Keynote Speaker:

Jörg M. Steiner, med.vet., Dr.med.vet., PhD, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA, AGAF
Professor with Tenure, Small Animal Internal Medicine
Dr. Mark Morris Chair in Small Animal Gastroenterology and Nutrition
Director, Gastrointestinal Laboratory

Keynote Speaker Flyer



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