Research Committee

Research Committee



The charge to the committee is to:
  • Plan agendas for business and informational meetings held in conjunction with the annual AAVMC and the AAVMC-AVMA meetings.
    • It shall be the responsibility of the Chairperson in collaboration with the Secretary Treasurer and the Past-Chairperson to:
      • Develop meeting agendas for both informational and business meetings of the Associate Deans and Directors of Research.
      • Prepare annual budget requests for committee sponsored activities to the Chief Executive Officer of AAVMC.
  • It shall be the responsibility of the Secretary-Treasurer to:
    • Prepare and distribute minutes from business meetings.
    • Prepare annual committee reports in collaboration with the Past-Chairperson and the Chairperson to the Executive Director of AAVMC.
  • Coordinate and disseminate information regarding the NASULGC Board on Veterinary Medicine regarding research issues, interests and needs to the group
  • Monitor and disseminate information regarding federal legislation that may potentially affect veterinary medical research with the help of AAVMC Staff.

2017-2018 Committee Leadership Roster

 


Dr.  Susan VandeWoude, Chair

Associate Dean for Research, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 

Colorado State University


 


Dr.  Sawkat Anwer, Past Chair

Associate Dean for Research, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University


 


Dr. Harm HogenEcsh , Chair-Elect

Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Programs

College of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue University



 


Dr. Ted Mashima, Staff Liaison

Senior Director for Academic and Research Affairs, AAVMC


 


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