Young Investigator Award Winners
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ASVCP Young Investigator Award Winners

  • Dr. Jose Daniel Cruz Otero (Basic and Translational Research): The role of high-density lipoproteins (HDL) in modulating neutrophil activation during the transition period in cows
  • Dr. Robert Harris (Applied Clinical Research): Validation of the use of densitometric quantitation for measurement of serum M-protein concentration in the dog
  • Dr. Candice Chu from Texas A&M University: Comparison of methods for preparation of biofluids in dogs for small RNA sequencing
  • Dr. Cynthia Lucidi from the University of Wisconsin-Madison: Increased IGG and phosphatidylserine on marrow erythroid precursors of dogs with precursor-targeted immune-mediated anemia and on blood RBCS of dogs with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia


  • Dr. Pierre Deshuillers from Purdue University: Feline mature erythrocyte mirnome: insights into the red blood cell biology
  • Dr. Katherine Irvine from the University of Wisconsin-Madison: Validation of two point-of-care meters for measuring triglyceride concentrations in chicken whole blood and plasma


  • Dr. Daniel Heinrich, University of Minnesota: Evaluation of the cell block method in the diagnosis of canine peripheral lymphadenopathy and the immunophenotyping of canine lymphoma.
  • Dr. Kristina Meichner, North Carolina State University: Apoptosis-regulating proteins Bcl-2 and Bax in canine lymphoma


  • Dr. Mandy J. Meindel, Kansas State University: Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay to measure serum ferritin in toucans (Ramphastidae sp.)
  • Dr. Lauren B. Radakovich, Colorado State University: Reticulocyte hemoglobin content (CHR) does not differentiate true from functional iron deficiency in dogs


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


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


  • Dr. Helen T. Michael: Isolation and characterization of canine natural killer cells
  • Dr. Charlotte Hollinger: Hematologic findings predictive of myelofibrosis in dogs


  • Dr. Jennifer Brown, Texas A&M University: 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: Significance of mastocythemia in cats


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