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ASVCP Share the Future Research Grants

Share the Future Research Grants are made possible through the support of ASVCP members and corporate sponsors. These grants are intended to help support research by clinical pathology residents and graduate students. Grant recipients are chosen based on the quality of the research proposal and the potential for contributing to the knowledge base of veterinary clinical pathology, among other criteria. Research grants of up to $2500 have been awarded annually since 2008.

  

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Share the Future Research Grant recipients:
  • 2019: Priscilla Serpa, Purdue University
    Validation of a flow cytometry-based cell and differential counts in chickens
  • 2018: Samantha Evans, Colorado State University (advisor: Kelly Santangelo)
    Efficacy of fountain flow cytometry for rapid detection of sepsis in fluids
  • 2017: Megan Caudill, University of Georgia (advisor: Bridget Garner)
    Comparison of Serum vs. EDTA-Plasma in Canine Crossmatch Reactions
  • 2016: Angela Gwynn, University of Minnesota (advisor: Leslie Sharkey) 
    Clinical Utility of Coagulation Testing in Cats
  • 2015: Daniela Hernandez Muguiro, Cornell University (advisor: Erica Behling-Kelly)
    Flow cytometric measure of phosphorylated histones as a novel, more sensitive, means to determine mitotic in canine tumor cells
  • 2014: Midori Asakawa, Cornell University (advisor: Erica Behling-Kelly) 
    Lipoprotein modulation of fibrinolysis in the dog
  • 2013: Amy Weeden, University of Florida (advisor: Heather Wamsley)
    Prevalence of Bartonella in Canine Effusions
  • 2012: Nancy Collicutt, University of Georgia (advisor: Bridget C. Garner)
    The effect of delayed serum separation and storage temperature on the rate of in vitro glucose metabolism in samples from healthy dogs, horses, alpacas, and sturgeon
  • 2011: Kelly Santangelo, The Ohio State University (advisor: Judy Radin)
    Validation of formulae to correct for serum sodium values measured by indirect potentiometry
  • 2010: Nora Springer, Cornell University (advisor: Tracy Stokol)
    Procoagulant activity in horses: Measurement of platelet-derived microparticles and endogenous thrombin potential
  • 2009: Amir Kol, University of California, Davis (advisor: Dori Borjesson)
    Investigation of hypercoaguability and thrombosis in dogs with multicentric lymphoma
  • 2008: Erica Behling-Kelly, University of Wisconsin (advisor: Karen Young) 
    Macrophages derived from sites of granulomatous inflammation and histiocytic tumors in dogs: identification of cellular junctions 


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