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2012 Veterinary Surgery Publication Awards

Presented by the ACVS Foundation.
Sponsored by KYON Veterinary Surgical Products

First Place Clinical

Neil J. Burton (University of Bristol), Conservative Versus Arthroscopic Management for Medial Coronoid Process Disease in Dogs: A Prospective Gait Evaluation. Neil J. Burton, Martin R. Owen, Lisa S. Kirk, Michael J. Toscano, G. Robert Colborne. Veterinary Surgery, 40: 972-980.

Second Place Clinical

2011 Outstanding Surgical Residents’ Awards

Presented by the ACVS Foundation
Sponsored by Biomedtrix

The ACVS established the Outstanding Surgical Residents’ Awards competition to encourage the development of clinically important research and the dissemination of the results of these investigations, particularly those conducted by surgical residents. Congratulations to each of the award recipients.

Awards were presented in the following categories:

Past Presidents

2017 Spencer A. Johnston
2016 Jeffrey N. Peck
2015 Gary M. Baxter
2014 Charlie E. DeCamp
2013 Rolf M. Embertson
2012 Cheryl S. Hedlund
2011 Earl M. Gaughan
2010 Dale E. Bjorling
2009 Stephen B. Adams
2008 Steven C. Budsberg
2007 Larry R. Bramlage
2006 Michael M. Pavletic
2005 Norm G. Ducharme
2004 Marvin L. Olmstead
2003 Mark D. Markel
2002 Jamie R. Bellah
2001 Robert K. Schneider
2000 Ronald M. Bright
1999 John A. Stick

Donor Recognition

The ACVS Foundation funds innovative research proposals to support the advancement of surgical care of all animals. These research projects have resulted in numerous publications in refereed journals and presentations at national and international meetings. The following individuals, practices and companies have each contributed $500 or more on a cumulative basis.*

ACVS Foundation Research Grant Recipients

In keeping with the objectives of the Constitution of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, whereby ACVS encourages its members to pursue original investigations and to contribute to the veterinary literature, the ACVS Foundation has established research grant awards programs.  The current grant programs include: Surgeon-In-Training, Diplomate Clinical Research, and the Zoetis Dual Training Research Grant Program which is designed for ACVS residents or Diplomates currently enrolled in a PhD program. Applications are received annually and reviewed by the ACVS Research Committee.


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