THE BENJAMIN AND BELLA RABBIT RESEARCH GRANT
The AEMV is excited to announce the formation of this new grant made possible by a couple in the Boston area with a profound interest in the education, care, and research of pet rabbits. The purpose of this grant is to promote scientific research in rabbits.
Funding level is limited to a maximum of $5000 per submission.
Priority will be given to proposals making a meaningful contribution to the care of rabbits. Research proposals may not end with the termination of the animal. Other species may be considered if an appropriate rabbit survival protocol is not identified. Proposals must increase the knowledge of the veterinarians seeing a predominately rabbit clientele.
AEMV officers, AEMV board members, or AEMV committee chairs are not eligible for application. Members of AEMV will be given first consideration.
2017 Reasearch Grant proposals are due by July 1st.
Winners will be notified by September 1st.
Winners of the Rabbit Research Grant:
Dr. Jennifer Graham, DVM, DABVP (Avian/ECM), DACZM ( Tufts University) -- Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Activity Patterns in Healthy Rabbits Using Duplex Doppler Sonography
Joanna Corey, DVM Candidate 2016 (Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine) --Rabbit Sex Cord Stromal Tumors: a Retrospective Study to Determine Prevalence, Treatment Recommendations and Prognosis
Molly Gleeson, DVM -- Venous lactate levels in rabbits presenting for gastrointestinal stasis