Dr. Sriveny Dangoudoubiyam
Phi Zeta, the international honor society of veterinary medicine, recently presented two awards for research manuscripts.
Dr. Sriveny Dangoudoubiyam (RJV '00) received the 2009 Phi Zeta Research Award in the Clinical Sciences category. Dr. Dangoudoubiyam's manuscript "PCR Assays for Detection of Bayliscaris procyonis eggs and larvae" was submitted by the Omicron Chapter at Purdue University.
Dr. Kristen Hobbie (MSU '99) received the 2009 Phi Zeta Research Award in the Basic Sciences category. The Psi Chapter at North Carolina State University submitted Dr. Hobbie's manuscript "Toward a molecular equivalent dose: Use of the medaka model in comparative risk assessment."
Each award consists of a plaque and a check in the amount of $1,000.
Phi Zeta has chapters at 28 U.S. veterinary colleges and at St. George's University in Grenada. Each chapter conducts a local competition and then submits its winning manuscript to the Phi Zeta Research Awards Committee.