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2017 AAZV Post Graduate Competitions and Veterinary Student Recognitions
AAZV invites veterinary students, MS and PhD students, and veterinarians in a post-graduate training program (interns and residents) to present their work at the AAZV annual conference. Individuals who have recently completed these programs are also eligible. The top presentations in the Graduate Degree Program Competition and the Post-graduate Veterinarian Competition will be recognized with awards. The intent of these competitions is to foster and recognize scholarly efforts from developing clinicians and researchers in zoo and wildlife medicine and the related sciences. See below for details on each of the three competitions.
Veterinary Student Accepted Presentations and Posters
This recognition is for current veterinary students and veterinarians within one year of graduation that have accepted presentations or posters during conference. Presentation subjects can include any of the traditional veterinary or related science disciplines that impact the management of non-domestic species. This is not a judged competition, but all participants will be awarded a complimentary banquet ticket sponsored by Safe-Capture International, Inc. and recognized at banquet. Please see specific eligibility criteria below.
Click HERE for a listing of recent winners.
Graduate Degree Program Competition
This competition is open to students currently enrolled in or who have recently completed a MS or PhD degree program. Presentation subjects can include any of the traditional veterinary or related science disciplines that impact the management of non-domestic species. One $500 award will be presented to the winner of this judged competition sponsored by Animal Necessity, Inc. Only oral presentations are eligible. Please see specific eligibility criteria below.
Click HERE for a listing of recent winners. This award was generously supported by Wildlife Pharmaceuticals, Inc. from 1984 thru 2012. In 2012, Wildlife Pharmaceuticals, Inc. increased its support of AAZV with an annual contribution to the Wild Animal Health Fund, and Animal Necessity graciously volunteered to sponsor the award.
Post-graduate Veterinarian Competition
This competition is open to graduate veterinarians who are currently enrolled in or have recently completed postgraduate training in a clinical internship or residency program. Presentation subjects can include any of the traditional veterinary or related science disciplines that impact the management of non-domestic species. A $900 first place award and a $600 second place award will be presented to the winners of this judged competition sponsored by Morris Animal Foundation. Please see specific eligibility criteria below.
The Morris Animal Foundation has generously supported this award since 1991. Click here for a listing of the past winners.
Contact Information:All questions should be directed to Dr. Kim Rainwater at email@example.com
Anneke Moresco spent the last year doing post doctoral work at Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden in the Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW). Anneke and colleagues participated in a conservation and reproduction project for the black-footed cat in South Africa. See the spotlight HERE. Photo credit Dr. Alex Sliwa (curator at the Cologne zoo)