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College of Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Journal Club/Lecture/Discussion

2017 Schedule
Monday, 12:00PM – 235 Coles Hall
DateInstructors/FacilitatorsTopic/Assigned Reading
May 15

Orientation Week


May 22

Faculty: Dr. Annelise Nguyen
Student: Emma Winkley

Topic: Scientists – Translational Research

  1. Developing Translational medicine professionals 2016.pdf– Petrelli et al. J Transl Med 2016, 14:329
  2. Young scientists go for fresh ideas; Nature 2015, Volume 518, page 283.
  3. The place of implementation science in the translational medicine continuum – Thornicroft et al. Psychological Medicine 2011, 41:2015-2021.
  4. Topics in research\Translational Medicine\Translating clinical trials from human to veterinary oncology and back 2015.pdf  Furdos et al. J Transl Med 2015, 13:265.
June 5

Faculty: Dr. Annelise Nguyen
Student: Chester McDowell

Topic: Approaches to Biomedical Research

  1. Organ Function
  2. Tissue Pathology
  3. Cellular Response
  4. DNA/RNA/protein alteration
June 12

FacultyDr. Bruce Schultz
Student: Danielle Pickering

Topic:  Laboratory Ethics and Laboratory Relationships

  1. Scientists behaving badly.  Martinson BC, Anderson MS, De Vries RG.  Nature. 2005;435:737-738.
  2. Research, evidence and ethics: new technology or grey medicine. Zhai, H, Zhong, W, Wu, Y. Annals of Translational Medicine. 2015;3(2)15.
June 19

Faculty: Dr. Bruce Schultz
Students: Mollie Burton
Margherita Zecchin

Topic: Ethical Use of Animals

  1. Using Animal Models in Biomedical Research –  Chow et al. (2008).
  2. Why animal research needs to improve – Malcohm Macleod (2011) Nature 466:511.
June 26

Faculty: Dr. Annelise Nguyen
StudentAsia Fernandes

  1. Finding a Mentor
  2. Research Project
  3. Young Investigator Perspectives. Choosing an Intellectually Generous Mentor. Hoffman (2016)
  4. Thoughts on Choosing a Mentor.
  5. Early Career Mentoring.
 July 10

Faculty: Dr. Beth Davis
StudentJennie Kim 

Topic: Collaboration

  1. Case Study: When Collaborators Disagree
  2. Case Study: Why Can't We all Just Get Along?
  3. Stress in Biomedical Research Six Impossible Things. Green (2010)
  4. The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research. Schwartz (2008)
 July 17

Faculty: Dr. Beth Davis
Student: Kainoa Johnson

Topic: Authorship and Contribution

  1. Ethical assignment of authorship in scientific publications: issues and guidelines. Feeser et al, Academic Emergency Medicine 2008, 15:963-969.
  2. Authorship Matrix: a rational approach to quantify individual contributions and responsibilities in multi-author scientific articles – Clement (2014) 20:345-361.
 July 24Faculty: Dr. Annelise Nguyen
StudentAnnie Sheu

Topic: Big Data

  1. Sharing big biomedical data – Toga and Dinov Journal of Big Data (2015) 2:7.
  2. What is Data Sharing and Why Should Biomedical Researchers Embrace it? Bobrow (2015) Transplantation, 99(4):654.
 July 31Poster Presentation on August 1 Poster Session / Discuss plans for travel to NIH campus, Bethesda, Maryland