The American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN) will accept abstract proposals for the 22nd Annual Clinical Nutrition and Research Symposium between December 1, 2022 and 11:59 pm (EST), January 15, 2023.
The Symposium will take place in conjunction with the ACVIM Forum in Philadelphia on Tuesday, June 13 and Wednesday, June 14, 2023.
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The deadline for the AAVN Pet Nutrition Blog Writing competition has changed. Submissions for the 2023 contest are due on Saturday, December 31st. For more detailed information click here
Student members of the AAVN can now apply to serve on the AAVN’s Student Member Committee. Applications are due by September 15 and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "AAVN Student Member Committee Application". Selected students will be notified by October 1.
The AAVN Student Member Committee will select up to two veterinary students each academic year to serve on the committee. The selected student(s) will serve in an advisory position to the AAVN Student Member Committee and be a leader for all AAVN Student Members. Students may have the opportunity to take on additional tasks if desired. If selected, the student(s) will serve in this role for the duration of 1 academic year, ending on June 30.
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The AAVN recognized these individuals at the 2022 Clinical Nutrition and Research Symposium.
Congratulations 2022 Waltham Award Winner!
Yuki Okada, Essential Nutrient Retention Factor Ranges for Formulating Home Cooked Dog and Cat Recipes
Congratulations Richard R. Weiss Memorial Student Research Award Recipients!
Sarah Dodd and Andronie Verbrugghe
The award prize includes $500 for Dr. Dodd. In addition, $2000 is designated for Dr. Verbrugghe, to promote future student research projects.
Congratulations Student Blog Contest Winners!
First Place, Caitlin M. Holly, What's Up with WSAVA? Food for Thought for the Pet Focused
Second Place, Vivian Pedrinelli, Should You Preserve Your Pet's Food or Your Pet's Health?
The first place winner receives a $500 award for use to travel to a future AAVN Symposium. Each of these blogs will be published in a future issue of the AAVN E-Newsletter.
The American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN) will accept abstract proposals for the 22nd Annual Clinical Nutrition and Research Symposium between January 3rd and February 14th, 11:59 pm (EST), 2022.
The Symposium will take place in conjunction with the ACVIM Forum in Austin in June. It is anticipated that AAVN's programs will be scheduled on Tuesday, June 21st and/or Wednesday, June 22nd.
For additional details, including the full Call for Abstracts click here
At this time, the AAVN is also pleased to announce the following award:
Richard R. Weiss Memorial Student Research Award Amount: $500 (student), $2000 (mentor)
Criteria: All oral and poster abstracts submitted to the AAVN Clinical Nutrition & Research Symposium by primary authors in training programs will be considered for this award. Research projects with a focus on companion animal product testing are preferred. Priority will be given to 1st- 4th year veterinary student submissions, although graduate student and resident submissions are also eligible. A professor affiliated with an academic institution must be identified as mentor to the project and agree to all terms and conditions for use of the mentor portion of the award, which should be used to promote future student research projects.
The abstract review committee will decide the recipient for the Richard R. Weiss Memorial Award. The award will be announced in advance of the Symposium so that the recipient may opt to use the student portion of the funding to cover the cost of travel and/or accommodations to the Symposium.
The Richard R Weiss Memorial Student Research Award was established by Laurie Martin, DVM in honor of her brother who pursued truth and honesty in all things. Their last conversation together was about inaccurate pet food product labeling claims.
Welcome New Executive Board Members
Secretary, Ashley Self, BS, LVMT, VTS (Nutrition)
Treasurer, Lisa Weeth, DVM, MRCVS, DACVN
Member-At-Large, Michelle Evason, DVM, BSc, DACVIM
Thank You Outgoing Board Members
Amanda Ardente, DVM, PhD
Rebecca Mullis, DVM, DACVN
Korinn Saker, DVM, PhD, DACVN
for your service on the Executive Board. We are so grateful for your contributions of time and energy to the AAVN.
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