September 01, 2003


 Council members to be seated

Posted Aug. 15, 2003

Council members

The House of Delegates cast ballots and elected the following 17 AVMA members to fill vacancies on councils.

Council on Biologic and Therapeutic Agents
Dr. Lisa Parshley, Fort Collins, Colo., representing members at large; Dr. Cory Langston, Starkville, Miss., representing clinical pharmacology; Dr. John M. Gay, Pullman, Wash., representing epidemiology; and Dr. John E. Branam, Sacramento, Calif., representing industry, exclusive

Council on Education
Dr. William J. Kay, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., representing nonprivate practice, nonacademic veterinary medicine; Dr. Mary M. Christopher, Davis, Calif., representing basic or preclinical science; and Dr. Gail Kunkle, Gainesville, Fla., representing small animal clinical science

Council on Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine
Drs. Keith A. J. Friendshuh, Stillwater, Minn., and Jan A. Leder, Columbus, Miss., representing agricultural agencies.

Council on Public Relations
Dr. David C. Koncal, Northfield, Ohio, representing private practice, predominantly small animal; and Dr. Martha A. Littlefield-Chabaud, Baton Rouge, La., representing public health or regulatory veterinary medicine

Judicial Council Dr. Kent D. McClure, Washington, D.C.

Council on Research
Drs. Jeffrey S. Klausner, St. Paul, Minn., and John C. Baker, East Lansing, Mich., representing veterinary medical colleges; and Dr. Michael E. Newman, Decatur, Ala., representing private clinical practice

Council on Veterinary Service
Dr. Laurel A. Kaddatz, Pound Ridge, N.Y., representing private practice, exclusively small animal; and Dr. Rebecca E. Stinson-Dixon, Lawrenceville, Ga., representing members at large