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Congratulations to the Following 2019 Award Recipients!
These awards were announced on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at the ACVP Recognition and Awards Event in San Antonio.

ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award

Characterization of Neuropathologic Lesions Associated with Avian Reovirus Infection in Commercial Broiler Chickens
Tzushan Yang, Mississippi State University

ACVP Young Investigator Awards

Diagnostic Pathology

First Place: DY-10: Pathological and Flow Cytometric Features of a Case of Canine Lymphangiosarcoma Carolina Azevedo, Texas A&M University

 

Second Place: DY-02: Characterization of Neuropathologic Lesions Associated with Avian Reovirus Infection in Commercial Broiler Chickens

Tzushan Yang, Mississippi State University

 

Third Place: DY-41: Morphologic Characterization of Nasopharyngeal Cicatrix Syndrome in Ten Horses Brianne Taylor, Texas A&M University

 

Experimental Disease and Industrial & Toxicologic Pathology

First Place: EY-54: Age-Related Differences in the Pathogenesis of Clade 2.3.4.4A H5N2 HPAIV in Commercial Broad Breasted White Turkeys

Silvia Carnaccini, University of Georgia

 

Second Place: EY-44: Requirement of Sterol Regulatory Element-Binding Protein Pathway in Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma

Stephanie Myers, Johns Hopkins University

 

Third Place: TY-64: The Effect of Glutathione on Itraconazole-Associated Hepatocyte Toxicity in an In Vitro Canine Model

Natalie Kirk, University of Illinois, Champaign

 

Natural Disease

First Place: NY-69: A Subset of Equine Gastric Squamous Cell Carcinomas are Associated with Equus caballus Papillomavirus 2

Elizabeth Alloway, North Carolina State University

 

Second Place: NY-86: Histologic Characterization of the Major Duodenal Papilla of Cats and Correlation to the Incidence of Concurrent Hepatic, Pancreatic, and Intestinal Inflammation and Neoplasia

Megan Schreeg, North Carolina State University

 

Third Place: NY-88: Mechanisms of Tumorigenesis and Immune Tolerance in Canine Melanoma

Valentina Stevenson, Virginia Tech

 

Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals Travel Award

 

Pathologic Changes Associated with Respiratory Compromise and Morbidity Due to Massive Interlamellar Henneguya Exilis Infection in Channel X Blue Hybrid Catfish 

Justin Stilwell, University of Georgia

 

Society of Toxicologic Pathology Student and Resident Poster Award

 

EY-59: The Potential Use of Biological Products for the Alleviation of Neuron Inflammation in the Feline Model of Gangliosidosis

Maria Naskou, Auburn University

 

Veterinary Student Poster Awards

Clinical Cases

First Place: SP-37: Specific In Situ Detection of Trypanosoma cruzi in Chagas Disease
Anna K. Blick, Texas A&M University

Second Place: SP-55: Genetic Diversity of Amdoparvoviruses in Striped Skunks (Mephitis mephitis) and Demonstration in Tissue By In Situ Hybridization
Maya S. Schlesinger, University of California, Davis

Third Place: SP-48: Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Lymphohistiocytic Nodules in Dogs

Alea Agrawal, University of Pennsylvania

 

Experimental Disease

First Place: SP-57:  Injection Site Reactions Following Administration of Sustained Release Meloxicam in Three Strains of Mice: BALB/CJ, C57BL6/J, and ICR(CD1)
Stephanie Fuetsch, University of California, Davis

Second Place: SP-27: Microrna Expression as a Diagnostic Tool for Urothelial Carcinoma in Canine Urine Sediment
Cecilia E. Silva, Purdue University

Third Place: SP-26: Histopathology of Rat Vocal Folds Following Systemic Dehydration
Adrianne R. Glaser, Purdue University

 

2019 ACVP and ASVCP Awards Competition Eligibility

 Veterinary Students

Residents and/or Graduate Students in Veterinary Pathology

  • Several award programs are available as outlined below
  • Anyone eligible is strongly encouraged to compete for these awards

Travel Awards to the 2019 ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting
Individuals enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary pathology are able to submit abstracts for consideration.  All abstracts are to be submitted through the ACVP website.  More than one abstract may be submitted per person, but submitters will be eligible for only one travel award each year.

Presentation Awards at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting
Individuals enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary pathology are encouraged to compete for awards for poster and oral presentations given at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.  Please choose a maximum of two presentation award categories in which to compete.  As long as the criteria of the pertinent award categories are met, individuals will be eligible to win both awards for which they apply.

The awards for presentations include:

  • ACVP Young Investigator Awards 
    Poster presentation in one of the following concentrations:
    • Diagnostic Pathology
    • Experimental Disease
    • Industrial and Toxicologic Pathology
    • Natural Disease
  • ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award
    • Oral presentation in Diagnostic Pathology Focused Group Session
    • Presenters at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting receive travel funding to attend the following year's AAVLD Annual Meeting
    • Abstracts must be placed in the Diagnostic Pathology Focused Group Session 

Additional Travel Awards
Travel Awards to other scientific meetings are supported by the ACVP for residents and graduate students in veterinary pathology.

Abstract Deadline Date

  • Call for Abstracts Submission Deadline:  July 1, 2019
  • Online Submission Site:  Open now!

Resident Scholarships

 

General Information for Award Submissions: 

Awards are open to the following: graduate students., current veterinary clinical pathology and anatomic pathology residents and residents within 6 months of separation from a training program in which the abstract represents work conducted during the residency program.

Veterinary Students may apply for three different awards:  STP Resident and Student Poster Award and the Wildlife and Zoo Pathology Award which must be selected with the initial abstract deadline, and the ACVP Veterinary Student Poster Award, which will be announced and accepted at a later date. The announcement will include a link to the submission site.   

To assist with selecting award categories with a maximum of 2 awards, please refer to the table below for general information on the type of submission, session category, and award. Please note that submitters are responsible for fulfilling the requirements of each award selected which can be found below.  Please note that the ACVP Abstract Awards Committee may determine that a submission would be better suited to a different award category.  

 Scientific Session Category Designation
Type of Submission  Session Category Award
  • Cases series/study with less than 3 animals
  • Individual case report
  • Clinical diagnostic method
Diagnostic Pathology
  • ACVP/AAVLD Travel Award
  • ACVP Young Investigator Award
  • Wendy Coe Travel Award
  • Disease investigation involving 4 or more animals
  • Disease pathogenesis
Natural Disease
  • ACVP Young Investigator Award
  • Wendy Coe Travel Award
  • Toxicologic Pathology
  • Experimental Studies
Toxicologic Pathology
 
  • ACVP Young Investigator Award
  • ACVP Travel Award to Experimental Biology
  • STP Resident and Veterinary Student Poster Award
  • Wendy Coe Travel Award
  • Clinical Pathology
Clinical Pathology
  • ASVCP Young Investigator Award
  • ASVCP Share the Future Research and Travel Grants
  • Zoo and Wildlife Case Series/Study
Any
  • Pathology of Zoo Wildlife and Animals Award

Please note:  The Latin Comparative Pathology Group Travel Award and ACVP Experimental Biology travel award are specialty awards. Information on the award submissions can be found below.

If you are unsure of the best fit category or have other questions, please contact meetings@acvp.org. In the subject line, please put ACVP Award Category Request and provide brief information about the planned submission or other questions in the body of the email.  Responses do not guarantee acceptance or award status of the abstract.

 

 ACVP and ASVCP Abstract Submission Awards Criteria
 Award Eligibility Presentation Type Judged On Application
Due Date
ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award 1 Residents and Graduate Students Oral Abstract + Oral

Abstract due July 1

ACVP Travel Award to Experimental Biology5  Resident and Graduate Students  Poster   Abstract + Application Abstract due July 1 and application due September 3 
ACVP Wendy Coe Memorial Graduate Student/Resident Travel Award Resident and Graduate Students; Additional application materials required Oral or Poster Abstract + Application

Abstract due July 1;
application due July 15

ACVP Young Investigator Award 2  Residents and Graduate Students Poster Poster Abstract due July 1
ASVCP Share the Future Research and Travel Grants Residents and Graduate Students Oral or Poster Abstract + Application Abstract due July 1; application due August 23
ASVCP Young Investigator Award Residents and Graduate Students Oral Oral Abstract due July 1
Latin Comparative Pathology Group 4  Trainees, Postdocs, Graduate Students, Junior Faculty Oral or Poster Abstract + Application Abstract due July 1;
application due September 27
STP Resident and Student Poster Award 3  Resident/Veterinary Student Poster Poster Abstract due July 1

 Pathology of Zoo Wildlife and Animals Award

Resident, Graduate Students, and Veterinary Students 

 Oral or Poster  Abstract Abstract due July 1 

 

1 Will require an oral presentation at the next AAVLD Meeting. 

2 May also be asked to give an oral (platform) presentation, too.

3 Will require a poster presentation at the next STP Meeting.

4 Must have an abstract accepted at the ACVP or AAVLD Annual Meeting; must also give oral presentation at the LCPG session.

5Will require a poster presentation at the next Experimental Biology meeting.

 

ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award

Purpose
The American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) and the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) encourage trainees in veterinary pathology to participate in the Annual Meetings of both organizations.  The ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award is available to graduate students and/or residents in veterinary pathology for travel to and participation in the Annual Meeting of the AAVLD.

  • The recipient will be awarded a $1,000 grant from the ACVP to help defray travel and lodging costs associated with attending and presenting at the AAVLD Annual Meeting.
  • The recipient will be granted a waiver for the AAVLD meeting registration fee.

Eligibility
Candidates for the Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award must be veterinarians or other medical professionals currently enrolled in a full-time residency program and/or graduate program in veterinary pathology or a related discipline in the U.S. or Canada.  Candidates who have completed a graduate and/or residency program in veterinary pathology within a year before the AAVLD meeting are eligible to compete. 

Candidates should be aware of the requirement for the award recipient to attend and present their work at the AAVLD Annual Meeting in the calendar year following the ACVP meeting at which the award is given (2019 AAVLD Annual Meeting).

Application and Selection Procedure
The presentation must represent original work of the applicant completed during his/her residency or graduate program.

Five or more oral presentations will be invited from abstracts submitted for the Diagnostic Pathology Focused Scientific Session at the ACVP Annual Meeting. This means that if you wish to compete in this category, it counts as one of your two abstract submissions, and you may or may not be selected as a finalist. Commonly, finalists for this award may be required to give both a poster too if competing for both the YIA poster award and the ACVP/AAVLD Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award from the same abstract. On the website, an applicant can choose either a poster (if also applying for YIA) or oral presentation and still be eligible for this award, but only the travel award finalists will be asked to do oral presentations.

Judging
The judging panel consisting of College Diplomates will select the best oral presentation by a trainee as well as a runner-up*. The presentation will be judged on originality and creativity, impact, organization, interpretation of findings and quality of the visual aids.  The recipient will attend and present the same oral presentation at the next AAVLD Annual Meeting.

*If the selected candidate is unable to attend the next AAVLD Annual Meeting, then the runner-up will receive the award.

Award Announcement 
The recipient of the award will be announced at the ACVP Awards and Recognition Event on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.

Timeline
Trainees will be notified in September if their abstract has been selected for oral presentation in the Diagnostic Pathology Focused Scientific Session at the ACVP Annual Meeting of the same year.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract online at www.acvp.org by July 1, 2019 and indicate your interest by checking the applicable box.

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ACVP Wendy Coe Memorial Graduate Student/Resident Travel Award

Residents and graduate students can apply for this award by submitting an abstract (deadline of July 1, 2019) and submitting this online application by July 15, 2019.  

Purpose
This award was created in honor of ACVP's longtime Executive Director, Wendy Coe.  Travel awards are given to encourage residents and graduate students in veterinary pathology to present at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.  The awardees will be selected on the basis of the quality of an abstract submitted by July 1, 2019 and an application submitted by July 15, 2019.

The award recipient will receive funding to be used for lodging and travel to the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting scheduled in San Antonio, TX on November 9-13, 2019.  The recipient should plan on presenting at this meeting.

Eligibility 
To be eligible to compete for this award, submitters must have obtained a degree in veterinary medicine and be enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary pathology or a related discipline.

Award Announcement

Recipients of the awards will be informed of the amount they were awarded in August 2019.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract by July 1, 2019 and this online application by July 15, 2019.

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ACVP Young Investigator Awards (YIA) Poster Competition

Purpose
This ACVP awards program recognizes quality poster presentations by veterinary pathology residents and graduate students.

Eligibility
Individuals eligible for this competition must be veterinarians currently enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary pathology or that have completed such a program after June 30, 2018. The poster must present original work that the competitor completed during the period of residency or graduate training.

 Award Category Concentrations

  • Diagnostic Pathology
  • Experimental Disease
  • Industrial and Toxicologic Pathology
  • Natural Disease

Each of these categories will offer up to three monetary awards:
     First Place: $500
     Second Place: $300
     Third Place: $200

If fewer than three abstracts are submitted within a specific category, the YIA category will be combined with the most compatible group.  If there are more than three submissions but less than five submissions, one award will be given in the category.  If there are greater than 5 participants in a category, three awards (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) will be given.

Judging
The posters will be judged by College Diplomates representing each focused scientific group, during the 2019 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX on November 9-13. 

Award Announcements
Awards will be announced at the ACVP Awards and Recognition Event, on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at the Annual Meeting. Recipients are asked to display their winning poster, if possible, on Wednesday morning from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 noon in the Young Investigator Award poster session.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract online at www.acvp.org by July 1, 2019 and indicate your interest by checking the applicable box.

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ACVP Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals Award  new

This award was endowed through a gift of royalties from publication of “Pathology of Wildlife and Zoo Animals” by the editors to the ACVP.   To apply for this award, submit an abstract and indicate your interest by selecting the appropriate box under the Awards tab in the abstract submission system.

Purpose
Travel awards are given to encourage veterinary students, residents and graduate students to present research and investigations into naturally occurring diseases of non-domestic species at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.  Awardees will be selected based on the quality of the submitted abstract and judged on scientific merit, health and conservation (in situ or ex situ) significance.  The Awardee will receive $500 to be used towards lodging, travel and/or registration to the 2019 ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting. 

Eligibility
To be eligible to compete for this award, submitters must be a veterinary student, resident or graduate student and have had their abstract accepted for presentation (oral or poster).  Awardees should plan on presenting at the meeting. 

Award Announcement
Recipients will be informed of the award in late September.  

ASVCP Share the Future Travel Grant

Purpose
Travel awards are given to encourage residents and graduate students in veterinary pathology to present at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.  The awardees will be selected on the basis of the quality of an abstract (submitted by the July 1, 2019 deadline) and additional application materials (submitted by August 23, 2019 deadline).  

The award recipient will receive funding to be used for lodging and travel to the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting scheduled in San Antonio, Texas, on November 9-13, 2019.  The recipient should plan on presenting at this meeting.

Eligibility
To be eligible to compete for this award, submitters must have obtained a degree in veterinary medicine and be enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary pathology or a related discipline.

Award Announcement
Recipients of the awards will be informed in late September 2019.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract by July 1, 2019.  Additional application materials are due on August 23, 2019.  To access the application materials, click here.

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ASVCP Young Investigator Award

Background
This award was inaugurated in 2000 to recognize veterinary clinical pathology trainees (residents or graduate students) with outstanding oral presentations during the ASVCP Focused Scientific Sessions (FSS) at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.  While one award annually was initially provided, two awards are currently given for excellent oral presentations providing new knowledge in the field of veterinary clinical pathology. One is for the best oral presentation involving basic science research and one for the best oral presentation involving applied or translational research or case reviews.

Eligibility
Candidates must have a degree in veterinary medicine and be enrolled in a residency or graduate program in veterinary clinical pathology or a related discipline. The oral presentation must be given by candidates during the ASVCP Clinical Pathology FSS at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting. The presentation must describe original work of the competitor that involves clinical, translational, or basic research relating to clinical pathology. Each resident or graduate student may submit only one presentation for this competition in a single year.  Candidates awarded a YIA the preceding year will not be eligible for a YIA in the subsequent year.

Award Categories
Two awards will be given to recognize presentations providing new knowledge in veterinary clinical pathology. One award will be given for the best oral presentation involving applied or translational research or case reviews and one will be for the best oral presentation involving basic research. The award category can be requested by the student, but final assignment of the category will be determined by the Chair of the Clinical Pathology Focused Scientific Group (typically the ASVCP President-Elect) and the Immediate Past President of the ASVCP. Candidates will be notified of the final category assignment prior to the meeting, typically via e-mail.

Call for Applications
Trainees apply for the award at the time of online abstract submission via the ACVP website which this year is July 1, 2019.

Selection procedure
Award selection will be based on scientific content, abstract composition, clarity of presentation, and ability to answer questions.

Finances and Award Presentation 
Recipients are notified (via e-mail) by the Immediate Past-President congratulating them and informing them that they should be present at this session to accept their award. The Immediate Past-President also notifies via e-mail candidates not receiving awards of this decision. Each recipient will receive a $500 check from the ASVCP and a congratulatory letter.  The awards are presented to the recipients at the beginning of the ASVCP Mystery Slide Session at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting. 

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract online at www.acvp.org by July 1, 2019 and indicate your interest by checking the applicable box.

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Latin Comparative Pathology Group Travel Award

The Latin Comparative pathology Group (LCPG), member of the CL Davis/Thompson Foundation, encourages professionals and students in veterinary pathology teaching, working or studying in Latin America to participate and present their research work in scientific meetings. The annual LCPG Travel Award is intended to support the development of the discipline Veterinary Pathology. The recipient for the travel award will be able to attend the American College of Veterinary Pathologist (ACVP) Annual Meeting, which will be held on November 9-13 in San Antonio, TX.

  • The recipient will be awarded a grant from the LCPG to help defray travel and lodging costs associated with attending the pathology meeting.
  • Applications will be received no later than September 29, 2019. 
  • The recipient of the award will be announced by email not later than October 16, 2019.
  • Applicants must have an accepted abstract in the ACVP meeting (poster and/or oral presentation).
  • LCPG will not send any letter in support of VISA (immigration) requirements.

Contact Marcia Pereira Bacares for the application materials and any additional questions.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract online at www.acvp.org by July 1, 2019. 

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Society of Toxicologic Pathology Resident and Student Poster Award

Purpose
The Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP) is pleased to announce the 14th Annual STP Student and Resident Poster Award to encourage residents and veterinary students to pursue careers in the field of Toxicologic Pathology.  The awardee will be selected on the basis of the quality of an abstract submitted to the 2019 Annual Meeting.  Residents would submit their abstract by July 1, 2019 and Veterinary Students submit their abstract by August 30, 2019.

The award recipient will receive free registration plus $1,000 to be used for lodging and travel to the 2020 STP Annual Meeting scheduled for June 13-18. The recipient should plan on presenting the poster at this meeting; an oral presentation may also be requested in some circumstances.

Eligibility 
To be eligible to compete for this award, students must be currently enrolled in a veterinary medicine program, or have obtained a degree in veterinary medicine and be enrolled in a residency or graduate program in toxicologic pathology/general pathology/clinical pathology or a related discipline.

Award Announcement
The recipient of the award will be announced at the ACVP Awards and Recognition Event on Tuesday, November 12, 2019.

If you would like to be considered for this award, submit your abstract online by July 1, 2019.

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ACVP Travel Award to Experimental Biology  

Purpose
Experimental Biology (EB) is an interdisciplinary meeting that brings together thousands of scientists across 5 scientific societies.  One of the founding members of this consortium is the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), a group with scientific interests that are closely aligned with those of ACVP members.  The ASIP program at EB includes an annual symposium co-sponsored by ACVP focused on emergent topics of interest to ACVP and ASIP members, as well as several pathology-related opportunities for data presentation and networking. As indicated on the EB website (http://experimentalbiology.org), the EB meeting additionally attracts scientists and researchers in the fields of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology.  ACVP trainees have many opportunities to contribute scientific findings, become aware of cutting-edge research, and network and forge productive collaborations with others at this meeting.

  • This travel award is designed to encourage ACVP trainees to showcase advances they have made in veterinary pathology, basic research, and translational science at the Experimental Biology (EB) Annual Meeting.
  • The ACVP will award $1,000 to a veterinary pathology trainee who has submitted an abstract to the ACVP meeting, to support the trainee's participation in the succeeding EB Annual Meeting.
  • The cost of abstract submission to the EB will be covered by this award.  The award will be distributed to the awardee after submission of receipts associated with EB meeting attendance.

Eligibility
Veterinarians pursuing residency or graduate degree training in pathology are eligible to apply.  The awardee will be selected on the basis of the quality of an abstract submitted to the ACVP/ASVCP meeting, a personal statement of commitment to research and interest in taking full advantage of opportunities afforded by EB and ASIP, and an ACVP mentor letter of recommendation.  Once chosen for the award, the awardee must update and submit their abstract for presentation at EB by the November 14, 2019 EB deadline. 

  1. Application materials must be submitted by September 3, 2019.  The applicant should submit a copy of their abstract to the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting (submission deadline of July 1, 2019).
  2. The applicant should also submit a personal statement that indicates the applicant’s commitment to pathology related basic science, translational, and/or investigative pathology research, and describes the benefits EB attendance and interaction with ASIP will provide to the applicant's work and career trajectory.
  3. A letter of recommendation from an ACVP, ECVP, or JCVP Diplomate who is directly involved in the applicant’s training must be included.  This letter should address the candidate's potential and commitment to pathology related basic science/translational/investigative pathology research, and probability of benefitting from attendance at EB, and should be sent directly to Amy Overby (aoverby@acvp.org) by the recommender. The submission e-mail should use the subject line:  ACVP/EB Travel Award [applicant last name] 
  4. Applications must be submitted by e-mail to Amy Overby (aoverby@acvp.org) by 4:00 p.m. central time on September 3, 2019.  The submission e-mail should use the subject line:  ACVP/EB Travel Award [applicant last name].

The ACVP/ASIP Meeting Travel Award is independent of other travel awards to the ACVP Annual Meeting.  Therefore, awardees do not have to select between this award and other ACVP travel awards.  The winner of this award will be recognized at the Awards and Recognitions Program at the ACVP/ASVCP Annual Meeting.

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ACVP Veterinary Student Poster Award

To qualify, veterinary students must submit an abstract and be in attendance at the Annual Meeting to present a quality poster of pathology-related research or case work material. The deadline for submission is Friday, August 30, 2019. One abstract per student will be considered. Abstracts can be submitted online through the ACVP website. 
Criteria for the Veterinary Student Poster Award include the following:
            • The student must:
                        * Be the first author of the presentation;

                        * Have performed the major portion of the work; and

                        * Be currently enrolled as a veterinary student.
            • The poster must present original work of the competitor or group completed during the period of student training.

Veterinary students are encouraged to review the abstract and poster presentation guidelines, sample posters, and poster evaluation forms provided on the ACVP Student Chapter website.
Veterinary student posters will be displayed during the Opening Reception on Saturday, November 9, from 7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. ONLY. 
Posters must be set up by 6:30 p.m. on Saturday to assist in the judging process, which will occur prior to the Opening Reception. The veterinary student posters will be the only posters presented that evening. Please make your travel arrangements accordingly. 
Two awards of $250 each will be presented: 
            * One for the best experimental disease poster; and  

            * One for the best clinical case report/series poster. 
  
An additional award of $250 will go to the ACVP-recognized Student Chapter (if the recipient[s] is/are a member of a Student Chapter).

Award recipients will be announced at the Veterinary Student Breakfast on Sunday, November 10 at 7:00 a.m.

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