NCSU CVM Research Forum Success

EMC students and house officers were well in evidence at the 2015 CVM Research Forum held this past Friday, September 18th, 2015.  The key note speaker for the largest research forum in recent history was Dr. Robin Warren, Nobel Laureate for his work on the importance of Helicobacter in gastrointestinal disease.  His talk to an overflow audience was well received by the DVM, Graduate Students, House Officers and Faculty able to attend. The day of science gave the opportunity for budding scientists at all stages of their career to gain experience presenting in a large forum.

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Dr. Jennifer Niemuth presents new techniques for sea turtle metabolomics (photo Mary Doerr)

Dr. Brianne Phillips, the senior resident in zoological medicine made the podium, when her presentation “POPULATION PHARMACOKINETICS OF ENROFLOXACIN AND ITS METABOLITE CIPROFLOXACIN IN THE GREEN SEA URCHIN (STRONGYLOCENTROTUS DROEBACHIENSIS) FOLLOWING INTRACOELOMIC AND IMMERSION ADMINISTRATION” won second place in the hotly contested oral presentation division which featured 45 scientific presentations.

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Dr. Brianne Phillips starts her presentation on sea urching pharmacokinetics (photo Mary Doerr)

Dr. Lori Westmoreland anchored the EMC presence in the largest poster session ever at the CVM Research Forum which boasted 49 research posters.

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Dr. Lori Westmoreland explains her poster to founding dean Terry Curtin (right) and Emeritus Clinical Pathology Professor Jerry Stevens (photo Mary Doerr)

 

EMC participants included

Presentations:

DVM Students

Jarred, JoAnna Jarred, speaking on “IDENTIFICATION OF TWO NOVEL MYCOPLASMA SPEICES IN AN EASTERN BOX TURTLE (TERRAPENE CAROLINA CAROLINA) AND YELLOW-BELLIED SLIDER (TRACHEMYS SCRIPTA SCRIPTA)”

Gerlach, Jamie Gerlach, speaking on “THE ROLE OF TRIM9 IN MACROPHAGE MIGRATION IN DEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH (DANIO RERIO) IN RESPONSE TO A BACTERIAL AGONIST”

Shaina Stewart speaking on “ASSESSMENT OF ZEBRAFISH AS XENOGRAPH MODELS OF CANINE CANCER”

Graduate Students

Stasia Bembenek-Bailey speaking on “1H-NMR METABOLOMICS OF HATCHLING LOGGERHEAD SEA TURTLE (CARETTA CARETTA) WHOLE BLOOD AND SKELETAL MUSCLE AFTER CRUDE OIL EXPOSURE”

Amanda Kortum speaking on “FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL PEPTIDES EXPRESSED BY ZEBRAFISH”

Jennifer Niemuth speaking on “A NOVEL EXTRACTION METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF HEPARINIZED CHICKEN (GALLUS GALLUS DOMESTICUS) AND HORSE (EQUUS CABALLUS) WHOLE BLOOD FOR H-NMR METABOLOMICS USING DRABKIN’S REAGENT)”

House Officers

Cannizzo, Sarah Cannizzo speaking on “TENSILE FAILURE LOAD IN TWO MONOFILAMENT ABSORBABLE SUTURES: A COMPARISON OF THREE INCUBATION TEMPERATURES OVER TIME”

Brianne Phillips speaking on “POPULATION PHARMACOKINETICS OF ENROFLOXACIN AND ITS METABOLITE CIPROFLOXACIN IN THE GREEN SEA URCHIN (STRONGYLOCENTROTUS DROEBACHIENSIS) FOLLOWING INTRACOELOMIC AND IMMERSION ADMINISTRATION”

Morika Williams speaking on “ORAL TRANSMUCOSAL DETOMIDINE GEL IN NEW ZEALAND WHITE RABBITS (ORYCTOLAGUS CUNICULUS)”

Posters

DVM Students

Leland Garrett – PARTITIONING OF DRUGS AND CHEMICALS DURING TWO CHEESE MAKING PROCESSES

Jamie Gerlach – FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL PEPTIDES EXPRESSED BY ZEBRAFISH

Margaret Hull – INDUCING METAMORPHOSIS IN THE BUDGETT’S FROG (LEPIDOBATRACHUS LAEVIS), A NEW AMPHIBIAN MODEL WITH CANNIBALISTIC TADPOLES

Adeline Noger – MICROSCOPIC AND MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION AND SPECIATION OF LUNGWORM INFECTIONS IN CATS IN NORTH CAROLINA

Graduate Students

Dustin Wcisel – FUNCTIONAL AND GENOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL IMMUNOGLOBULIN-LIKE TRANSCRIPTS IN ZEBRAFISH

Mandy Womble – PITX2C MEDIATES ASYMMETRICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE HEPATOBILIARY SYSTEM

House Officers

Lori Westmoreland –  NONTARGETED METABOLOMIC INVESTIGATION OF CAPTIVE HARD (ACROPORA SP.) AND SOFT (LOBOPHYTUM SP.) CORAL IN GOOD AND COMPROMISED WATER CONDITIONS USING 1H-NMR SPECTROSCOPY