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15 Veterinary students to present in 2023 AASV poster competition

This year presentations will address the theme, “Built to Last: Celebrating 50 Years of Progress.”
Topics include evaluating market trailer hygiene, deactivating PRRSv in water sources and comparing suckling pig fecal microbiomes.

The American Association of Swine Veterinarians has announced the participants in the annual Veterinary Student Poster Competition, sponsored by United Animal Health. The competition will be held Sunday, March 5, during the 2023 Annual Meeting in Aurora, Colorado. Based upon scores awarded in the judging of abstracts submitted for the AASV Student Seminar, the top 15 poster abstracts have been chosen for judging from those selected for poster presentation at the meeting. The full conference program is online.

A panel of judges will conduct a brief interview with each of the 15 students selected to participate, and will evaluate the students' posters at the meeting. All posters will be available for viewing by the meeting attendees starting at noon on Sunday and continuing through Monday. The results of the poster competition will be announced during the AASV Luncheon on Monday, March 6.

United Animal Health is sponsoring the following scholarship awards to the poster competitors:

  • 1st place poster: $500
  • 2nd and 3rd place: $400 each
  • 4th, 5th and 6th place: $300 each
  • 7th-15th place: $200 each

The following presentations have been selected for the competition:

  1. Comparison of high-performing and low-performing suckling pig fecal microbiome, Elisha Snezek, University of Georgia
  2. An investigation of the number of pigs in gestation pens that will chew on a rope during oral fluid collection, Brenna Werner, University of Minnesota
  3. Evaluation of ozone viricidal effects on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus within semi-truck cabs, Alexandra Bishop, Iowa State University
  4. Serial dilution of serum samples to assess the relative antibody levels generated by ELISA serotests for common swine pathogens, Erin Larsen, Lincoln Memorial University
  5. Investigation of factors associated with the receipt of an etiologic diagnosis for suckling piglets at a veterinary diagnostic laboratory, Morgan Johnson, Iowa State University
  6. Tissue submission quality of nursery-age enteric cases and effect on receiving a diagnosis, Lauren Tidgren, Iowa State University
  7. A field study examining the effects of a novel maternal pheromone on performance and livability of weaned pigs, Braden Steidley, Oklahoma State University
  8. Pharmacokinetics of extravascular maropitant citrate in swine, Jessica Gebert, Lincoln Memorial University
  9. Evaluating the economic impact of an autogenous influenza vaccine in the finishing phase with a pre-post analysis utilizing closeout data, Kaci Way, The Ohio State University
  10. Evaluation of market trailer hygiene and transmission of porcine enteric coronaviruses, Sarah Albers, University of Wisconsin
  11. Evaluation of chemical treatments to deactivate PRRSv in water sources, Austin Janssen, Iowa State University
  12. Evaluation of the relative PCR cycle times (Ct) of rotavirus A and C in natural planned exposure (NPE) materials, colostrum deprived piglets, and environmental samples, Alexis Berte, Iowa State University
  13. Antibiotic use for the treatment of lameness in sows, Bridget Cincotta, University of Pennsylvania
  14. Lessons from swine biosecurity outreach programs directed to small producers and show pig exhibitors, Juan Hernandez Cuevas, The Ohio State University
  15. Impact of foot trimming on gilt productivity and foot health, Amanda Patev, University of Pennsylvania

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