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Therio eNews March, 2008 - Issue 3 Society for Theriogenology
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Have You Registered for the Therio Annual Conference & Symposia?

More scientific programs than ever before! Multi-level sessions! More workshops! More "How-To” sessions! Don’t pass up this opportunity to
take advantage of more than 93 hours of continuing education. All of this
and more is waiting for you during the 2008 annual Therio convention in beautiful St. Louis, Missouri, August 12 -16. (More Details)

 

Dr.Alexander Named Mississippi Veterinarian of the Year 

  Dr. James Alexander of Yazoo City, Mississippi was honored recently by 
  his colleagues by being selected as "Veterinarian of the Year for 2008. To

  be eligible for this award an individual must be a member of the Mississippi
  VMA for at least five years, and have attended a majority of the meetings of 
  the Association. (To Read More)

Ina Dobrinski Selected 2008 Theriogenologists of the Year

Ina Dobrinski, D.V.M., Ph.D, DIPL-ACT, has been selected to receive
the "Theriogenologist of the Year” award for 2008 according to an announcement by Dr. Ahmed Tibary, Awards Committee Chairman of
the AmericanCollege of Theriogenologists. Dr. Dobrinski is the 9th
recipient since the award was established in 1999. (To Read More) 

 

Student Grant Application Program Recipient

The Society for Theriogenology is pleased to announce the first recipient
of grant funding through the new student grant application program. Ms. Brittany Beall from the University of Pennsylvania was awarded the
funding with a project entitled "Influence of delivery methods on neonatal canine viability parameters". (To Read More)

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