Behind-the-Scenes of the educational opportunities and materials the Davis-Thompson Foundation offers is a skilled team of volunteers. These professionals carve personal time for tasks and projects that directly impact the Foundation’s mission.
To showcase our volunteers’ efforts, we are launching a space on our blog, newsletter and social media to bring awareness to their hard work and express our gratitude. Please join us in applauding their noble gestures and helping each see the great impact their efforts have made on our pathology community and beyond.
The inaugural Necropsy course was held on June 11 and 12, 2022 at Murray State University, Breathitt Veterinary Center in Hopkinsville, KY. This was a new endeavor of the Foundation […]
Navigating the transition for our big 4 courses (Descriptive Veterinary Pathology, Current Lab Animal Science Seminar (CLASS) & Pathology of Lab Animals (POLA), Current Literature and Image Interpretation Course (CLIC) and General Pathology Review Course from the desk of the Davis-Thompson Foundation President, Dr. Jey Koehler.
Awardees in this category are a select group of residents or graduate students from university members of the Foundation. These individuals are chosen by their faculty for having demonstrated superior scholarship, exceptional diagnostic skills, mentorship, leadership in addition to talent and enthusiasm for teaching.
The Veterinary Pathology Journal Award is given for best article from the previous year’s Veterinary Pathology journal as judged by writing, illustrations, pertinence and importance.
The Best Diagnostic Exercise Award is sponsored and selected by the Latin American Comparative Pathology Group. It is awarded to the best diagnostic exercise from the previous year.
The Barbara Jean Thompson Service Award is given to Foundation volunteers who have provided outstanding service to the Foundation.
The Samuel W Thompson Distinguished Lecturer Award is presented to the presenter of an outstanding lecture given during the year’s “Gross Pathology Review Course”, as voted on by the attendees of this annual course.
The Robert L. Farrell Lectureship Award is presented to an individual who has provided outstanding service in the area of lectureship and teaching for the Foundation over the course of a career.
Surgical Pathology of Tumors of Domestic Animals. Volume 4: Tumors of Bone, Cartilage and Other Hard Tissues. The 4th volume of “Surgical Pathology of Tumors of Domestic Animals” covers tumors […]