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.
This month’s image contest winner is a gorgeous scanning electron micrograph of a digenean Renicola sloanei operculated egg sampled from the kidney of a Manx shearwater (Puffinus puffinus)
Dr. Corrie Brown, Foundation board member and popular speaker, was awarded the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges Billy E. Hooper award for Distinguished Service in December 2020.
The Davis-Thompson Foundation invites you to submit your best-quality digital gross, microscopic, or ultrastructural images depicting a gorgeous lesion to our monthly image contest.
We are proud to announce that Dr. Bruce Williams, the Foundation’s Treasurer and longtime tireless supporter, has been named a Distinguished Member of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists.