The American Association of Swine Veterinarians announces an opportunity for up to 15 veterinary students to make scientific presentations at the Student Seminar during the AASV annual meeting on Sunday, March 3, 2002 in Kansas City, Missouri. Interested students are invited to submit a one-page abstract of a research paper, clinical case study, or literature review for consideration by September 24, 2001 (firm deadline). The abstracts will be reviewed by a panel of private practitioners, academicians, and industry veterinarians. Students whose papers are selected for presentation at the meeting will be notified by October 15, 2001, and will be expected to provide the complete paper or an abstract for publication by November 16, 2001.
To help defray the costs of attending the AASV meeting, ALPHARMA Animal Health is generously providing a $500 honorarium to the student presenter of each paper selected for the seminar.
Veterinary students whose papers are selected for presentation at the meeting will be eligible to compete for one of eight veterinary student scholarships awarded through the AASV Foundation. The oral presentations will be judged to determine the scholarship winners. ALPHARMA will provide a $5000 scholarship to the student whose paper, oral presentation, and supporting information are judged best overall. The Eli Lilly and Company Foundation on behalf of Elanco Animal Health has increased their funding of the Elanco Veterinary Student Scholarship Program, enabling the AASV Foundation to provide seven additional awards of $2000 each. The awards will be presented at the AASV annual meeting awards banquet on Monday, March 4, 2002.
Students interested in competing for the ALPHARMA and Elanco Veterinary Student Scholarships must also submit the following supporting information along with their abstract (all supporting information must also be received by September 24, 2001):
For complete details including abstract content, formatting, and submission information, students should contact their swine faculty advisor or the AASV office (Phone: 515-465-5255; Fax: 515-465-3832; E-mail: email@example.com).
Plans are underway for the 33rd Annual Meeting of the AASV, to take place in Kansas City, Missouri on March 2-5, 2002. As part of the meeting, there will be a session highlighting topical research projects related to swine health and production.
Those interested in making a 15-minute presentation should submit a one-page abstract on applied research related to swine health and production issues (virology, bacteriology, parasitology, environment, food safety, odor) to: AASV, 902 1st Ave, Perry, Iowa 50220. Fax: 515-465-3832; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the presenting author's name, mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address with each submission. No submissions will be accepted after August 15, 2001. Authors of papers selected will be notified in October, and must provide their manuscript for publication in the AASV proceedings by November 16, 2001.
The American Association of Swine Veterinarians announces the call for abstracts for the Industrial Partners session of the 33rd AASV Annual Meeting, to be held March 2-5, 2002, in Kansas City, Missouri. This is an opportunity for commercial companies to make brief presentations of a technical, educational nature to members of the AASV. As in previous years, each presentation is limited to 15 minutes. The session will be held on Sunday afternoon, March 3, 2002.
Topic titles, a brief description of the presentation content,
and presenter information (name, address, telephone and fax numbers,
and e-mail address) must be received in the AASV office by October
1, 2001. Send to: Commercial Sessions, AASV, 902 1st
Ave, Perry, Iowa 50220.
Fax: 515-465-3832; E-mail: email@example.com.
There will be a review of the abstracts to assure technical merit of the presentations. Restricted program space necessitates a limit on the number of presentations per company. Authors will be notified of their selection by October 15, 2001, and must be prepared to submit the complete manuscript for publication in the AASV proceedings by November 16, 2001.
The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) is accepting applications for 2002 examinations. An application requires an application form, three evaluations from colleagues, curriculum vitae with descriptions of all practice settings, continuing education documentation, copy of diploma, two case reports, and current fee. Applications are due in the ABVP office at 5:00 pm, January 15, 2002. Examinations for all practice categories will be administered in Chicago, November 2002, for those who qualify. Practice categories now available include Avian Practice, Beef Cattle Practice, Canine and Feline Practice, Dairy Practice, Equine Practice, Food Animal Practice, and Swine Health Management. Applicant Handbooks are available by writing to the ABVP, 530 Church St, Suite 700, Nashville, Tennessee 37219. Phone: 615-254-3687; Fax: 615-254-7047; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or download from www.abvp.com.
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