Health Physics graduate student Jessica Gillis.
Health Physics Society Honors CSU Professor and Students
The Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences received three of four honors presented by the Dade Moeller Fund at the Health Physics Society 59th Annual Meeting, in Baltimore in July.
Professor Emeritus John Zimbrick was invited to present the Dade Moeller Lectureship in recognition of his expertise in adverse health effects of radiation. His featured presentation during the society meeting was titled, “Low Dose Radiobiology Studies and Radiation Dose Limits: Is the Knowledge Gap Narrowing?”
Health Physics graduate students John Brogan and Jessica Gillis were two of three students nationwide to receive the $2,000 Dade Moeller Scholarship. The two were invited to the annual meeting to learn from experts and to present their research.
Vet Students Claim Top National Awards for Equine Case Studies
Fourth-year veterinary students Aileen Rowland and Suzanne Miller claimed first and second prizes in the 23rd Annual Student Case Report Contest, hosted by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, for their equine case studies.
Rowland earned first place for “Diagnosis and Treatment of Biaxial Keratomas in the Left Fore Foot of a 15-Year-Old Clydesdale Mare.” She won an $800 award and a $1,100 stipend to attend the 19th Annual ABVP symposium in November.
Miller won second place for “A Case of Sterile Pleuropneumonia with Secondary Endotoxemia Successfully Treated in a 3-Year-Old Quarter Horse Filly.” She received a $400 award.