The ACVS established the Outstanding Surgery Residents’ Awards competition to encourage the development of clinically important research and the dissemination of the results of these investigations, particularly those conducted by surgery residents. Congratulations to each of the award recipients.
Awards were presented in the following categories:
- Large Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation
(Research and Clinical)
- Small Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation
(Research and Clinical)
- Veterinary Surgery Publication
- Poster Presentation
Studies may be prospective or retrospective clinical studies or controlled laboratory research.
Two posters were selected from those presented by residents. Eight oral presentations (four from both large animal and small animal categories) were selected from those presented. Three manuscripts were selected from those published in Veterinary Surgery. Presentations, publications and posters must represent the original work of the resident. Studies may be prospective or retrospective clinical studies or controlled.
Large Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation: Research
Brenna Pugliese, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Equine Mesenchymal Stomal Cell- and Plasma-Derived Extracellular Vesicles Contain Mitochondria.
Amanda Watkins, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. Comparison of Knot Elongation in Suture Materials Commonly Used for Prosthetic Laryngoplasty and the Effect of Cyanoacrylate.
Large Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation: Clinical
Lyndsey Hayden, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. Hyperosmolar Irrigation Compared with a Standard Solution in an Equine Stifle Arthroscopy Model.
Lawrence Kadic, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. An Ex Vivo Comparison of Metacarpophalangeal Joint Arthrodesis Techniques in the Horse.
Small Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation: Research
Philippe Larose, NIRF Cholangiography in Dogs: A Pilot Study.
Miriam Bates, Instillation Drain Configuration Influences the Completeness of Fluid Dispersion.
Small Animal Residents’ Forum Presentation: Clinical
Kaitlyn McNamara, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Intra-operative and Peri-operative Mortality Risk Factors for Dogs Undergoing Surgical Correction of a PDA.
Jenny Kwok, Clinical Outcomes of Canine THR Utilizing a BFX Lateral Bolt Femoral Stem: 205 Consecutive Joint Replacements (2013-2019).
Veterinary Surgery Publication
Martin Genton, (Clinique vétérinaire de Grosbois, Boissey-St-Léger, France; Ecole Nationale vétérinaire d’Alfort, Maisons-Alfort, France) Celine Robert, DVM, PhD, Hassen Jerbi, DVM, MS, Hélène Huet PhD, Nathalie Cordonnier, DVM, PhD, Amelie Vitte-Rossignol, DVM, Justin D. Perkins, BVetMed, MS, Cert ES (soft tissue), DECVS, Fabrice Rossignol DVM DECVS. Thyrohyoideus muscle innervation in the horse. Veterinary Surgery Volume 50/Issue 1: 53–61 (Research)
Kaitlyn M. Mullen, (Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, Florida, USA), Penny J. Regier, DVM, MS, Monica Waln, BS, W. Alexander Fox-Alvarez, DVM, MS, James Colee, PhD. Gastrointestinal thickness, duration, and leak pressure of six intestinal anastomoses in dogs. Veterinary Surgery Volume 49/Issue 7: 1315-1325 (Research)
The following are tied for third place:
Mathieu de Preux, (Swiss Institute of Equine Medicine, Vetsuisse-Faculty, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland; Agroscope, Avenches, Switzerland), Beatriz Vidondo MScBiol, MSc, IT, PhD, Christoph Koch, Dr Med Vet, DACVS, DECVS. Influence of a purpose-built frame on the accuracy of computer-assisted orthopedic surgery of equine extremities. Veterinary Surgery Volume 49/Issue 7: 1367-1377 (Research)
Georgia B. Shriwise, (Department of Surgical Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin), Samantha J. Loeber, DVM, DACVR, Robert J. Hardie, DVM, DACVS, DECVS. Lymphaticovenous anastomosis of the caudal thoracic duct to an intercostal vein: A canine cadaver study. Veterinary Surgery Volume 50/Issue 1: 207-212 (Research)
Allison Salinger1, Cathleen Mochal-King1, L. Priddy2, S. Elder2, Michael Jaffe1, 1Mississippi State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State, MS, 2Mississippi State University, College of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Mississippi State, MS. Biomechanical Comparison of “Headless Compression Screw Fasteners” and Cortical Bone Screws for Fixation of Equine Third Carpal Bone Fractures.
Lauren Smanik, Kurt Selberg, Chris Kawcak, Holly Stewart, Laurie Goodrich, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Computed Tomography Versus Radiographic Guidance for Internal Fixation of Central Tarsal Bone Fractures in Non-Racing Horses.