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AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Awards

Research projects having direct application to the health, welfare and productivity of cattle are being solicited for presentation at the Research Summaries (oral presentations) and Scientific Poster Sessions for the Annual Conference of the AABP. Project summaries focused on all areas of bovine health, welfare and production are welcome including pharmacology, epidemiology, medicine, surgery, economic analysis, pathology, pre-harvest food safety, diagnostics, and health monitoring. Projects may be broadly applicable to the cattle industry or more specifically applicable to the beef or dairy industry.

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2016

Member Name School Award
 Kathryn Bach  University of Pennsylvania  1st - Comparison of four electronic cowside tests for diagnosing hyperketonemia in dairy cows
 Kristen Davenport  Colorado State University  2nd - Exploring the susceptibility of humans to animal prion diseases
 Erika Ganda  Cornell University  3rd - Milk microbiome assessed through 16S rRNA sequencing during antimicrobial treatment of mastitis – A randomized clinical trial and longitudinal follow up

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2015

Member Name School Award
 Amy K. Vasquez  Cornell University  1st(tie)-Clinical outcome comparison of immediate blanket treatment versus a delayed pathogen based treatment protocol for clinical mastitis in a New York dairy herd
 Charlotte Winder  University of Guelph-Ontario Veterinairy College  1st(tie)-Practices for the disbudding dehorning of dairy calves by veterinarians and dair producers in Ontario, Canada
 Kaitlynn Abell  University of Florida  3rd-Effecvt of vaginal temperature on behavior patterns of Mannheimia haemolytica challenged beef heifer calves

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2014

Member Name School Award
 Sarah Holland  Ohio State University  3rd-Comparison of serum progesterone curves in beef heifers during luteolysis after administration of dinoprost in the muscle or the ischiorectal fossa

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2013

Member Name School Award
 Theresa L Ollivett  Cornell University  1st - Ultrasonographic progression of lung consolidation after experimental infection with Mannheimia haemolytica in Holstein bull calves
 Aaron Schaffer  Kansas State University  2nd - Effects of BRD in Holstein dairy calves during the first 120 days of life on subsequent production, longevity, and reproductive performance as cows
 Sara W. McReynolds  Kansas State University  3rd - Impact of uncertainty in foot & mouth disease indirect transmission probability on outbreak duration and herds depopulated

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2012

Member Name School Award
 Andreia Arruda  OTHER, Brazil  1st - Preliminary Results from a Non-Inferiority Clinical Trial: Ability of Three Commercial Dry Cow Mastitis Preparations to Cure Intramammary Infections Present at Dry Off
 Lindsey Kissell  North Carolina State  2nd - Pharmacokinetics and Milk Elimination of Flunixin in Dairy Cattle Following Different Routes of Administration
 Alexandria Glover  University of Georgia  3rd - A Randomized Clinical Trial for the Effect of Oral Zinc Supplementation as a Treatment for Diarrhea in Neonatal Holstein Calves

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2011

Member Name School Award
 Jessica McArt  Cornell University  1st - A Field Trial on the Effect of Propylene Glycol on Milk Yield and Resolution of Ketosis in Fresh Cows Diagnosed with Subclinical Ketosis
 Natalia Martinez  OTHER, Universidad Nacional de Colombia  2nd - Evaluation of Peripartal Calcium Status and Neutrophil Function of Dairy Cows of Low or High Risk of Developing Uterine Diseases
 Alvaro Garcia Guerra  OTHER, OTHER  3rd - Sensitivity of a Real Time PCR Assay for Bovine Trichomonosis in Pooled Preputial Samples

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2010

Member Name School Award
 Ben W. Wileman  Iowa State University  1st - E. coli O157:H7 Shedding in Beef Calves Vaccinated with E. coli O157:H7 SRP® Vaccine Born to Cows Vaccinated Pre-partum with E. coli O157:H7 SRP® Vaccine
 Ruby Mosher  Kansas State University  2nd - Meloxicam Administration Mitigates Behavioral and Performance Effects of Scoop Dehorning without Local Anesthesia in Weaned Holstein Calves
 Claire Windeyer  University of Guelph-Ontario Veterinairy College  3rd - Randomized Clinical Field Trial of the Effect of Preweaning Viral Vaccination on the Incidence of Respiratory Disease in Dairy Heifer Calves up to 4 Months of Age

AABP Research Summaries Graduate Student Award Winners in 2009

Member Name School Award
 Theresa L Ollivett  Cornell University  1st - Effect of Nutritional Plane on Health and Performance in Dairy Calves after Experimental Infection with Cryptosporidium parvum
 Alfonso Lago  OTHER, OTHER  2nd - Effect of the Treatment of Clinical Mastitis Based On On-Farm Culture on Secondary Therapy, Days to Clinical Cure, Days Out of Tank, Mastitis Recurrence, Somatic Cell Count, Milk Yield and Culling
 Jason S. Nickell  University of Missouri  3rd - Variation in Viremic Concentration among Cattle Persistently Infected with Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus

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