ASVCP Young Investigator Award Winners

 

2013

  • Jessica Hokamp, Texas A&M - Evaluation of NGAL and RBP as tubular damage biomarkers in naturally occurring canine chronic kidney disease
  • Andrew Burton, UC Davis - Comparison of flow cytometry and canine glycophorin A ELISA for detection of microparticles in stored canine blood

2012

  • Basic and Translational Research: Erica J. Gruber, Cornell University, "Tissue factor mediates thrombin generation in canine cancer cells."
  • Applied Clinical Research: Jennifer R. Cook, Texas A&M University, "Relationships between cerebrospinal fluid characteristics, injury severity, and outcome in canine spinal cord diseases."

2011

  • Basic science: Helen T. Michael, "Isolation and characterization of canine natural killer cells"
  • Clinical research: Charlotte Hollinger, "Hematologic findings predictive of myelofibrosis in dogs"

2010

  • Dr. Jennifer Brown, Texas A&M University, won in the basic research category for her presentation "Comparison of Urine Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate-Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) with Renal Histological Findings and Clinicopathologic Data in Dogs with Renal Disease."
  • Dr. Martina Piviani, University of Pennsylvania, won in the applied research category for her presentation "Significance of Mastocythemia in Cats."