Diplomate Research Grant Award Recipients

Previous recipients of the Diplomate Research Grant Award:

  • 2022: Dr. Tiffany Martin – “Palliative radiation therapy for canine osteosarcoma with or without bisphosphonates for pain management”
  • 2022: Dr. Monique Mayer – “Is surface lead on radiology shielding a risk for adverse health effects in private practice veterinary workers?”
  • 2021: Dr. James Karnia – “Cardiac-gated thoracic computed tomographic angiography in the assessment of pulmonary hypertension in dogs with respiratory disease”
  • 2020: Dr. Michael Nolan – “Investigating radiotherapy-activated pain signaling as a driver of aggressive tumor behavior”
  • 2020: Dr. Alexane Durand – “Neuronal Current Imaging in Epileptic dogs”
  • 2019: Dr. Alison Lee – “Computed tomography angiography of biliary disease and comparison of computed tomography to abdominal ultrasound in the diagnosis of biliary disease manifesting as acute abdominal pain in the dog”
  • 2018: Dr. Monique Mayer – “Impact of a Training Module on Worker Use of Leaded Eyeglasses and Head Position during Small Animal Radiography at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital.”
  • 2017: Dr. Eric T. Hostnik – “Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Compressive Cervical Myelopathy Before and After Ventral Slot Surgery.”
  • 2017: Dr. Valeria Sabina Meier – “Randomized prospective clinical trial assessing a dose-escalated, simultaneously integrated boost radiation therapy in canine sinonasal tumors.”
  • 2016: Dr. Michael Nolan – “Cellular and molecular mechanisms of pain caused by acute radiation injuries.”
  • 2015: Dr. Sarah Nemanic – Oregon State Univeristy: “Comparison of abdominal CT and ultrasound for detection of mast cell neoplasia in liver and spleen in dogs.”
  • 2015: Dr. Heather Chalmers – University of Guelph: “Evaluation of Discogel as a treatment for intervertebral disc protrusion in dogs.”
  • 2015: Scott Secrest – University of Georgia: “Triple phase CT angiography of the pancreas in healthy cats and those with diabetes mellitus.”