Student, intern, resident authors win inaugural JAVMA, AJVR awards
August 16, 2022
The AVMA Journals recognized the recipients of the inaugural JAVMA Awards and AJVR Awards during AVMA Convention 2022 in Philadelphia.
Student, intern, and resident authors of manuscripts whose work was judged as exceptional by the Associate Editor Board’s Awards Committee each received a certificate of achievement and a $500 award.
The recipients of the JAVMA Awards are as follows.
- Briana Domenegato, University of Prince Edward Island, for “Effects of handling and storage on potassium concentration in plasma and serum samples obtained from cats.”
- Brendan Nagler, Michigan State University, for “ATP7A, ATP7B, and RETN genotypes in Labrador Retrievers with and without copper-associated hepatopathy.”
- Dr. Ashley Iodence, University of Georgia, for “Dogs undergoing surgical excision of mast cell tumors are not at increased risk of incisional complications.”
- Dr. Tyler Sugerman-McGiffin, Inland Valley Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center, Upland, California, for “Clients’ attitudes toward veterinarians’ attire in the small animal emergency medicine setting.”
- Dr. Christina De Armond, University of Florida, for “Accuracy of virtual surgical planning and custom three-dimensionally printed osteotomy and reduction guides for acute uni- and biapical correction of antebrachial deformities in dogs.”
- Dr. Melissa Moya, Michigan State University, for “Investigation of the urine cortisol to creatinine ratio for the diagnosis of hypoadrenocortisicm in dogs.”
The recipients of the AJVR Awards are as follows.
- Corey Fisher, University of Florida, for “Effects of a flotation vest and water flow rate on limb kinematics of Siberian Huskies swimming against a current.”
- J. Blake Everett, University of Tennessee, for “Effects of stacked wedge pads and chains applied to the forefeet of Tennessee Walking Horses for a five-day period on behavioral and biochemical indicators of pain, stress, and inflammation.”
- Dr. Brenna Pugliese, Tufts University, for “Biochemical and wearability testing of novel legwear for variably limiting extension of the metacarpophalangeal joint of horses.”
- Dr. Nicole Alessia Mikoni, University of California-Davis, for “Evaluation of weight-bearing, locomotion, thermal antinociception, and footpad size in a carrageenan-induced inflammatory model in the cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus).”
- Dr. Paula Rodriguez, University of California-Davis, for “Pharmacokinetics of grapriprant administered to red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) after food was withheld for 24 hours.”