Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
Results for: Graduate Students
Article ItemAbdelhamid awarded 'Nutrients" Travel Award in Nutritional Immunology , article
Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology Ph.D. student Leila Abdelhamid received the Nutrients Travel Award in Nutritional Immunology for 2021. Abdelhamid's research in the Luo Lab explores the complex cellular and molecular pathways of how vitamin A modulates the inflammation-associated with systemic autoimmunity.
Article ItemBaker and Ogunmayowa present at VCOM Via Research Day , article
Charlotte Baker, assistant professor of epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Sciences, and Tosin Ogunmayowa, PhD student in the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences PhD program, presented their poster, "Application of multilevel modeling in sports and recreational injuries studies,” at the VCOM Via Research Day. Their presentation reviewed the way researchers have used multilevel modeling to look at sports and recreation-related injury.
Article ItemJoyce and Bertke publish in Vaccines , article
Jonathan D. Joyce and Andrea Bertke have published "Assessment of Two Novel Live-Attenuated Vaccine Candidates for Herpes Simplex Virus 2 (HSV-2) in Guinea Pigs" in Vaccines.
Article ItemCash and Theus publish in International Journal of Molecular Sciences , article
Alison Cash, a graduate student in the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences program and in Michelle Theus's lab, has published a comprehensive review on the the blood brain barrier (BBB). Cash's research is focused on understanding a novel mechanism that drives the negative consequences of BBB disruption in brain injury.
Article ItemFranchini receives 2021 Journal of Veterinary Cardiology Young Investigator Award , article
Alessandra Franchini, a Ph.D. candidate in small animal medicine and surgery and a researcher in the Comparative Cardiovascular Laboratory, received the 2021 Journal of Veterinary Cardiology Young Investigator Award for the best original study published in the journal during the period of June 2019 through June 2021.
Article ItemFranchini, Lahmers, Menciotti, and Borgarelli publish in Journal of Veterinary Cardiology , article
Alessandra Franchini, J. Abbott, W. Tyrrell, S. Rosenthal, Sunshine Lahmers, Giulio Menciotti, S. Crosara, J. Häggström, and Michele Borgarelli have published "Predictors of reoccurrence of congestive signs within 180 days after successful treatment of the first episode of congestive heart failure in dogs with myxomatous mitral valve disease" in the Journal of Veterinary Cardiology.
Article ItemLatifi, Hay, Carroll, Dervisis, Kierski, Klahn, Allen, and Tuohy publish in Veterinary and Comparative Oncology , article
Max Latifi, Alayna Hay, Jennifer Carroll, Nikolaos Dervisis, Lauren Arnold, Sheryl L. Coutermarsh-Ott, Katharine R. Kierski, Shawna Klahn, Irving C. Allen, Eli Vlaisavljevich, and Joanne Tuohy have published "Focused ultrasound tumour ablation in small animal oncology" in Veterinary and Comparative Oncology.
Article ItemPalmer, Ramos, Woodoff-Leith, and Galarza publish in Veterinary Ophthalmology , article
Samantha V. Palmer, Renata Velloso Ramos, Elias D. Woodoff-Leith, and Roxanne M. Rodriguez Galarza have published "Causes, outcomes, and owner satisfaction of dogs undergoing enucleation with orbital implant placement" in Veterinary Ophthalmology.
Article ItemSafian, Menciotti, Lahmers, Jeong, Franchini, and Borgarelli publish in Animals , article
Alexander M. Safian, Giulio Menciotti, Sunshine M. Lahmers, Hyeon Jeong, Alessandra Franchini, and Michele Borgarelli have published "Performance of Different Echocardiographic Measurements of Left Atrial Size in Dogs by Observers with Different Levels of Experience" in a special issue of Animals: Diagnostic Imaging of Cardiovascular Disease in Small Animals.
Article ItemSwartwout awarded NIH F31 predoctoral grant , article
An NIH F31 predoctoral grant has been awarded to Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health doctoral student Brianna Swartwout, who works in the lab of Xin Luo, associate professor of immunology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology.
Article ItemWerre and Shepherd publish in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association , article
Lauren E. Dodd, Stephen R. Werre, and Megan L. Shepherd have published "Effect of food toys on owner-perceived quality of life of cats during a prescribed weight loss plan" in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association.