Congratulations to João Romerowho has successfully defended his PhD Examinations;
Supervisors: Ian Gardner and Krishna Thakur
April – May 2022
Introduction to Multilevel Modelling The 10-day course usually offered as part of the Epi on the Island summer school was this year instead run from May 9 – 20 in a hybrid format. There were 22 participants: 8 participants from the AVC and 14 external participants from the other Canadian veterinary colleges. Drs. Henrik Stryhn and Ian Dohoo were the course instructors.
Congratulations to Svenja Kopper for successfully passing the comprehensive exams for her PhD program;
Supervisors: Krishna Thakur and Crawford Revie
Congratulations to Landon M. Warder for successfully passing the comprehensive exams for his PhD program;
Supervisors: Javier Sanchez and Luke Heider
January – March 2022
A belated welcome to Dr. Kristen Reynolds as a postdoctoral fellow in aquatic epidemiology. Kristen started her position with CVER in April 2021. She has been working remotely in Halifax with Drs. Sonja Saksida and J. McClure to investigate the antibiotic use in salmon aquaculture, as well as the gut microbiome of farmed salmon. Kristen was a 2013 DVM graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College with a prior MSc in epidemiology. Following several years as a practicing veterinarian, Kristen completed a DVSc in population medicine, specializing in epidemiology, pharmacokinetics and pain behaviour research in swine.
Dr. Jason Stull appointed to the inaugural Associate Editor Board for the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR). The AJVR is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the American Veterinary Medical Association. The board of AJVR will be responsible for reviewing submitted manuscripts, overseeing peer review, advising on journal policy and scope, attracting new authors and submissions, and promoting the journals to their peers. Dr. Stull’s three-year appointment is effective January 2022.
Welcome to the new epidemiology graduate student Lauren MacNeil:
Lauren’s supervisors are Drs. Javier Sanchez and Luke Heider
Welcome to the visiting graduate student Tita Phiriyaphokhai from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Kasetsart University in Thailand. Her research focuses on “Population Dynamics of Free-roaming Dogs in Kasetsart University Kamphaeng Saen Campus.”
Tita’s supervisor at the Kasetsart University is Dr. Kansuda Leelahapongsathon; her local supervisor is Dr. Javier Sanchez.