Dr. Rachel Olson
Assistant Research Professor
“Mouse Models of Pandemic Pathogens:
Yersinia pestis and Sars-CoV2”
CVM Research Day will take place Friday, May 7th. The purpose of the day is to promote scholarly activity within the College of Veterinary Medicine. We invite you to submit an abstract for a virtual presentation this year. Any undergraduate, graduate, or professional student, technician, intern, resident or post-doctoral fellow within the veterinary college or with a mentor who has an appointment within the CVM is eligible to submit an abstract and compete for awards.
As the date approaches, more information about the day’s activities will be distributed.
See the attached documents for guidance. Awards will be given and presented at the end of the day!
Abstract deadline is 11:59 pm Friday, April 23rd, to Sherri Oliver (email@example.com)
Presenters must be present at the virtual awards ceremony to receive an award.
Thank you and on behalf of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society and we hope to see you on Friday, May 7th.
0.5 Hour CE Credit available
The Department of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery
2020-2021 Resident-Intern Seminar Series
Presents by Zoom
Elizabeth Jones, DVM
Small Animal Medicine & Surgery Rotating Intern
The acutely down cat
Advisor: Dr. Joan Coates, Professor