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College of Veterinary Medicine

College of Veterinary Medicine

Kansas State University
101 Trotter Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5660
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2015 AWARDS

POSTER: 

Grace ChenThe sodium-coupled monocarboxylate transporter (SLC5A8) associates with CFTR and the PDZ domain scaffolding protein, EBP-50, in the Fischer rat thyroid cell line, FRTL-5 

Sarah GuessThe Effect of Concurrent and Delayed Sucralfate Administration on the Relative Bioavailability of Fluoroquinolones in Greyhounds       

Izabela Ragan – The DETECTION of Antibodies against Rift Valley Fever NUCLEOCAPSID Protein by Luminex bead-  based multiplex Assay 

Chris Siepker – Clinical Stage of Infection is Critical for the Antemortem Detection of Chronic Wasting Disease in White-Tailed Deer

 

BASIC SCIENCE RESEARCH PRESENTATION 

1st place:

Jingjiao Ma – Characterization of Uncultivable Bat Influenza Virus Using Replicative Synthetic Virus 

2nd Place:

Megan C. Niederwerder – Association of clinical outcome following PCV2/PRRSV challenge with microbiome and immunological response 

3rd Place:

Giselle Cino – PRRSV infection of pigs that lack B and T cells shows that infection of pulmonary macrophages is necessary but not sufficient for lung pathology

 

CASE REPORT: 

Sarah M. Crilly Guess – Anicteric Gall Bladder Rupture in dogs: 4 cases (2007-2013) 

 

Clinical and APPLIED Science RESEARCH - COMPANION Animal/Other PRESENTATIONS: 

1st Place:

Katie Delph – Comparison of immunologic responses following intranasal and oral vaccination with  a USDA approved, live-attenuated Streptococcus equi vaccine 

2nd Place:

Keith D DeDonder – Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of gamithromycin in pulmonary epithelial lining fluid in naturally occurring bovine respiratory disease in multi-source commingled feedlot cattle 

3rd Place:

Ellen Heinrich – Effect of Sucralfate on the Relative Bioavailability of Fluoroquinolones and Tetracyclines in Greyhound Dogs 

 

Clinical and APPLIED Science RESEARCH - FOOD ANIMAL PRESENTATIONS: 

Group A 

1st Place:

Megan C. Niederwerder – Relationship between growth performance and clinical signs of PCV2/PRRSV co-infection in nursery pigs             

2nd Place:

Lance W. Noll – Culture- and PCR-based Methods for Detection and Quantification of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli O157 in Cattle Feces 

3rd Place:

Kaitlynn Abell– Effect of vaginal temperature on behavioral patterns of Mannheimia haemolytica challenged beef heifer calves 

GROUP B 

1st Place:

Elsie Suhr– Horn Growth during Feedlot Finishing Period 

2nd Place:

Charley A. Cull – Feedlot- and pen-level prevalence of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in feces of commercial feedlot cattle in two major cattle feeding states

3rd Place:

Pragathi B. Shridhar – Spiral plate- and real-time PCR-based quantification of non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing E. coli in cattle feces

 

Benjamin and Catherine Kurz Research Scholarship          Cristian Perez

A.S.R. Ganta Graduate Student Award                                  Scott Ferguson

A.S.R. Ganta Veterinary Student Award                               Anthony Hawkins         

Miller Pathology Scholarship Award                                        Anthony Hawkins

Dr. Harish C. and Ved K. Minocha Scholarship                      Megan Niederwerder

Zoetis Research Award for Excellence in                               Dr. Philip Hardwidge

Research by a Faculty Member                                                Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology

Dr. Cornelius Graduate Student Travel Award                      Jennifer Wright

Mahlon Vorhies Production Animal Award                             Jacob Hagenmaier

Phi Zeta Manuscript Competition                                             Dr. Jennifer Reinhart

Clinical/Applied Manuscript                                                       Dr. Jingjiao Ma

Horst W. and Elizabeth Leipold Award                                    Izabela Ragan