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Net Vet Weekly Week in Review: Publications Faculty Singh, K; Holbrook, TC; Gilliam, LL; Cruz, RJ; Duffy, J; and Confer, AW: Severe Pulmonary Disease Due to Multisystemic Dr. Carey Pope has been elected to serve as a permanent member Eosinophilic Epitheliotropic Disease in a Horse. 43:189-193 of the Neurotoxicology and Alcohol study section with the (2006) National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Awards Banquet Drs. Todd Holbrook, Lyndi Gilliam, Charlotte Ownby, Mark Payton (OSU Statistics Department) and Scott Martin (Hansford The Annual Awards Banquet was held on Thursday, April 13, in County Veterinary Clinic in Spearman, Texas) received an the Wes Watkins Center. Scholarships and awards were given to American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) students, staff and faculty totaling $195,800. Congratulations to grant fund to study the cardiotoxic effects of snake bites in horses all the recipients! over the next two years. Dr. Michael Davis received an ACVIM Foundation grant to Transition Ceremony determine the efficacy of famotidine (Pepcid AC) for preventing gastric ulcers and gastrointestinal hyperpermeability in sled dogs On Friday, April 14, the Class of 2007 was center stage for their under racing conditions. He also received an ACVIM grant to Transition Ceremony, where approximately 150 attended. A total determine whether horses that exercise while breathing cold air of 43 people—faculty, staff, parents or mentors—participated in develop impaired immune function in their lungs. the ceremony as 63 veterinary students were “coated” during the ceremony. The ACVIM Foundation awards six grants each year; OSU received three of those awards. Great representation for the Week Ahead: CVHS! SCAVMA Public Service Committee Students Approximately 14 veterinary students will do a hands-on lung Kyle Jameson, OADDL Toxicology Laboratory work study dissection demonstration for 5th grade students at the Highland student, was a finalist in the OSU Student Employee of the Year Park Elementary School on Friday, April 21. (6 out of 48). Kyle is the son of Danny and Debbie Jameson and nephew of Rod Hough and grandson of Wiley Hough, who are both veterinarians at the Miami Animal Hospital. Finalists were Library News honored at a ceremony where they each received a framed OSU subscriptions now linked through PubMed! Instead of certificate. beginning your PubMed search at http://www.pubmed.gov, try http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?otool=okstlib. If CVHS students participated in the Academy of Veterinary you begin your searches at this new URL, your results will now Consultants Student Leadership Conference held in Irving, TX. display the orange "OSU Get Article" button. Clicking on that Brandon Dutton, B. K. Glover, Jered Harlan, Kyle Rozell and button will, in most cases, provide you with links to: Kevin Wahl were 5 of 14 students from across the U.S. participating in this conference. Sessions ranged from • full-text of article if OSU has an online subscription relationships/personality testing and impact on work to • library catalog to search for OSU print subscription presentations on large animal, food animal, and mixed practice to • request the article through document delivery or consulting opportunities. interlibrary loan Alumni You can bookmark http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?otool=okstlib on Congratulations to Dr. Michael D. Thames, Class of 1976, on your personal computer. being named Arkansas 2005 Veterinarian of the Year! Dr. Thames owns the Labahn Veterinary Hospital in Fort Smith, AR. Admissions Dr. Lyndon Tate, Class of 1970, was recently elected as President The deadline for responding to offers of admission is Monday, of the Arkansas Veterinary Association. Dr. Tate is semi-retired April 17. All but one resident offered admission has responded and resides in Mansfield, AR. Congratulations! affirmatively. Approximately 50 percent of the non-resident positions in the Class of 2010 have been filled. Final admission Announcements decisions concerning resident alternate candidates will be made when Spring grades are received, at which time the remaining Student Job Opening: The Animal Resources Unit is seeking positions in the class will be filled. applications from first, second or third year veterinary students for the live-in animal caretaker position at the Cohn Family Shelter for Small Animals. The position involves providing weekend, holiday and after-hours animal husbandry and security at the Shelter in exchange for free housing. For an application and/or additional information, contact Animal Resources, 101 McElroy Hall Annex, 744-7631. This is a publication of the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. We welcome your comments as well as suggestions for content. Please send all feedback to Derinda Lowe, Coordinator of Public Relations and Alumni Affairs.