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Results of the Board elections are in!

The CGS Board of Directors is pleased to announce the results of the 2017 election. Thank you to all the members who took the time to vote!

Dr. Al Jergens is our new president, Dr. Stan Marks is our new president-elect, and Dr. Tracy Hill is our new at-large member overseeing the Gutsea and Gutski conferences.  Congratulations to all!

CGS Board membership:
President: Al Jergens
President-Elect: Stan Marks
Past-President: Craig Ruaux
Secretary/Treasurer: Jan Suchodolski
Webmaster: Kate Arnell
At-Large I (Gutsea/Gutski): Tracy Hill
At-Large II (Grants): Katie Tolbert

 

ONGOING RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:

Please find the link below to access Dr. Garcia-Mazcorro's new research involving fecal microbiota transplantation:

https://www.dovepress.com/articles.php?article_id=27224

Please find the link below to access an article written about Ellen Everson and her CGS ACVIM Poster Presentation Award!
http://ovc.uoguelph.ca/news/cats-may-soon-benefit-new-undergraduate-research-ovc

 

Award Winners for 2017!


CGS/Royal Canin Professional Development Travel Award for the 2018 CGS Gutski conference

This year's awards go to:

Intern category:  Dr. Kasey Mabry, rotating small animal intern at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Resident category:  Dr. Elizabeth Golly, small animal internal medicine resident at the University of Tennessee

Graduate student category:  Dr. Melanie Werner, graduate student under the direction of Dr. Stefan Unterer at Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

Congratulations to all and many thanks to Royal Canin for their continued support of such important awards!

 

CGS Poster Awards at the 2017 ACVIM Forum

This year's awards go to Dr. Julia Honeffer for her project entitled,

"Longitundinal assessment of fecal sterol and fatty acid concentrations in dogs with diarrheal diseases"

and

Dr. Agostino Buono for his project entitled,

"Analytical validation of a radioimmunoassay for the measurement of soluble CD25 concentrations in canine serum"

Thank you to Nutromax Laboratories for sponsoring the awards and congratulations to all!

 

CGS Oral Presentation Awards at the 2017 ACVIM Forum

This year’s awards go to Dr. Garraway for his project entitled,

"Relationship of mucosal microbiota to inflammation and disease activity in cats with intestinal lymphoma"

and

Blake Guard for his project entitled,

"Effect of the bile acid sequestrant cholestyramine on fecal bile acid concentrations in healthy dogs"

Thank you to Nutromax Laboratories for sponsoring the awards and congratulations to all!


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