Award Winners for 2022!

ACVIM 2022 ePoster and oral abstract Awards

The top scores for the ePosters were awarded to:

  1. Dr. Andy Wu (TAMU) for his abstract entitled “A Randomized Non-Controlled Open-Label Trial in Cats Comparing Cyclosporine and Prednisolone for Treating Chronic Pancreatitis”
  2. Dr. Jane Yu (University of Sydney) for her abstract entitled “Characterizing the Serum Proteome of Cats with Chronic Enteropathy”

The top scores for the oral abstracts were awarded to:

  1. Sarah Yeung (UC Davis) for her abstract entitled “Utility of Fluorescence Imitating Brightfield Imaging Microscopy for the Diagnosis of Feline Chronic Enteropathy”
  2. Matthew Salerno (OSU) for his abstract entitled “Standardized Preparation of Canine Fecal Transplant Material Does Not Alter Microbial Community Structure”

Congratulations to all the winners!

CGS/Royal Canin USA 2022 Research Grant

Please join us in congratulating this year’s research grant recipients:

Drs. Molly Doyle (Member-in-training, SAIM resident) and Tracy Hill (PI), of the University of Minnesota. Their proposal is titled “Efficacy of 3 colonoscopy preparation protocols in dogs.” 

We wish them the best of luck with their project!


CGS/Royal Canin USA 2022 Professional Development Awards for a research meeting

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the CGS/Royal Canin 2022 Professional Development Awards for a research meeting:
  • Vojtech Gabriel (Iowa State University, graduate student)
  • Jamie Hui (LSU, SAIM resident)
  • Sabrina Kanski  (LMU Munich, graduate student)
  • Hannah Klein (Ohio State University, SAIM resident)
  • Mary Ann Lee (UC Davis, student)
  • Leslie Mitchell (Michigan State University, SAIM resident)
Congratulations to all the winners!

CGS/IDEXX 2022 Veterinary Student Summer Scholar Award

We are excited to announce the recipients of the 2022 CGS/IDEXX Veterinary Student Summer Scholar award:

Student researcher Mary Ann Lee with mentor Dr. Sina Marsilio (University of California, Davis) for their project, “Community shifts of canine gut microbiome after fecal microbiota



Stay tuned!