Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Medicine/

L’association canadienne de la m├ędecine des animaux de laboratoire


Congratulations to our Previous

 Award Winners

Veterinary Student Scholarship Award:

2016-2017: 

Kaila Lawton, OVC

2015-2016: 

Lily Hu, OVC and Teigen Bond, AVC

2014-2015: 

Sabina Romanescu, OVC and Marie-Chantal Giroux, FMV

Student Travel Fellowship Award:

2017: 

 Jessie Chisholm, AVC

2016: 

 Chelsea Schuster, UCVM;

 Jessie Chisholm, AVC and 

Sabina Romanescu, OVC

Charles River Canada Award:

2017: 

Dr. Craig Bihun

2016: 

Dr. Andrew Winterborn

2015: 

Dr. Badru Moloo

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

CALAM/ACMAL CHARLES RIVER CANADA AWARD

 

It is time to submit nominations for the 2018 award. The award consists of a commemorative plaque and a cash award of $1250 and it is presented at the CALAM/ACMAL Annual General Meeting, held in conjunction with the CALAS/ACSAL Symposium (May 5 – 8 2018 in Quebec City). 

 

The criteria for the award are as follows:

 

(a)     CALAM/ACMAL association and service.

 

(b)    Outstanding contributions to the field of Laboratory Animal Medicine. Consideration will be given to innovations or refinements that improve the care and welfare of laboratory animals, advancement of public knowledge or veterinary education with respect to care and use of animals in research, or advances or innovations in facility management or regulatory oversight processes.  

 

The nomination letter should include the reasons for the nomination, using the criteria above, a curriculum vitae, and two supporting letters of reference from CALAM/ACMAL members. All nomination letters and supporting documents should be sent to the CALAM/ACMAL Secretary no later than January 31, 2018. Any questions about the award should be directed to Dr. Michele Martin.

 

In accepting the award the recipient confers the right to have their name published by CALAM/ACMAL or Charles River Canada in association with the award. Announcements of the award may be made in the CALAS Symposium Program, the Canadian Veterinary Journal, and Interface or on the CALAM Website.


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