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1 American Journal of Veterinary Research Index for Volume 72 No January December 2011 Published by AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 1931 N MEACHAM RD, SUITE 100, SCHAUMBURG, IL

2 Index to News A Access to Animal-Related Careers Program AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Accreditation Education council schedules site visits, 7 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 AVMA COE accredits Ross, UNAM, 590 Coconut trees and DVM degrees, 590 Views on NAVMEC draft report shared, 723 Ross dean retires after school accredited, 724 Organization to accredit public health departments, 725 House to consider accreditation of foreign schools, 861 Education council schedules site visits, 862 St George s inching closer to accreditation, 864 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Education council schedules site visits, 1294 USDA accreditation training available, 1295 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 St George s accredited by COE, 1562 Acquisitions AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Adobe Animal Hospital Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Adult Feline Progenitor Cells Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 Adverse Reactions Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 Afghan Hounds Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Africa Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Agricultural Research Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Agriculture Appropriations Bill Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 AHA Animal Welfare and Research Institute Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 Alabama Tuskegee veterinary alumnus donates to school, 157 We re all in this together, 723 AVMA announces new officials, candidacies, 1146 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Alaska Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 American Academy of Veterinary Nutrition (AAVN) Nutrition research funded, 1149 American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 American Association of Veterinary Clinicians (AAVC) Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 American Association of Veterinary Clinicians Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program American Association of Veterinary Immunologists (AAVI) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists (AAVP) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) AAVMC gives accolades, 725 American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 American College of Poultry Veterinarians (ACPV) Oklahoma State s new dean gets to work, 1565 American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists (ACVA) Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology (ACVCP) American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology, 2011;72:1149 Correction: 2011;72:1298 American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) University of Minnesota launches Animal Trauma Center, 591 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Colorado professor takes over as NC State dean, 1565 American College of Veterinary Microbiologists (ACVM) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 American College of Veterinary Pathology (ACVP) ACVP announces diplomates, 429 American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (ACVSMR) Sports medicine and rehab specialty to publish certifi cation requirements, 860 New specialty college issues certifi cation requirements, sets exam date, 1294 American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) Veterinary editors added to AVMA publications staff, 1563 American Humane Association (AHA) Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 American Kennel Club American Medical Association Resident Work House Policy SAVMA heading in a new direction, 722 American Pet Products Association (APPA) Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 1

3 American Society of Veterinary Medical Association Executives (ASVMAE) Committee to improve AVMA for young members, 1003 American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 AVMA seeks input on model practice act, 7 Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Committee to improve AVMA for young members, 1003 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 AVMA recognizes contributions to profession, 1148 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Student loan subsidy s end raises concerns, 1292 Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 AVMA, FVE strengthen ties with joint statements, 1425 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) Auxiliary considers leaving loan business, 158 AVMF makes disaster preparedness possible, 292 AVMF seeking scholarship, disaster training applications, 426 Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Analytic & Diagnostic Techniques Researchers map sites of early FMD infection, 160 Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 Safety guidance addresses radiation in the workplace, 863 Anaplasma marginale School for Global Animal Health receives $26 million, 158 Anesthesiology Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Animal Agriculture Liaison Committee (AALC) Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 Animal Decontamination Best Practice Working Group Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Animal Health Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Nine veterinarians to aid USDA on animal health issues, 159 Animal Health Institute (AHI) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Animal Health Network Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Animal Rights Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Animal Welfare Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 TAMU Equine Initiative receives $2.5 million grant, 1001 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 AVMA, FVE strengthen ties with joint statements, 1425 Animal Welfare Act Parham named new APHIS administrator, 591 Anniversaries Profession s global leaders converge on Paris, 426 Antimicrobial Resistance Phages gaining attention, 9 Antimicrobials Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 AVMA, FVE strengthen ties with joint statements, 1425 Appetite Regulation University to establish mouse research center, 1566 Applications Deadline for AVMA fellowship approaching, 158 Appointments Iowa State fills deanship internally, 9 NC State appoints veterinary dean as provost, 157 Parham named new APHIS administrator, 591 UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 Ross dean retires after school accredited, 724 Colorado State searches for dean, 1001 New vet dean for UC-Davis, 1296 Colorado professor takes over as NC State dean, 1565 Oklahoma State s new dean gets to work, 1565 AquaBounty Technologies Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 AquAdvantage Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 Arizona 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Arkansas 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant, 293 Reconciling scope-of-practice disputes, 425 Agriculture department funding climate, environmental studies, 1297 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 Artwork Exhibition tells history of profession, 1149 Asia Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Assistance Animals Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Honoring the dogs of 9/11, 1291 Association for Veterinary Epidemiology (AVE) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 Comments invited on NAVMEC draft report, 8 Veterinary school applicant-to-seat ratio trending downward, 156 Profession s global leaders converge on Paris, 426 Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 SAVMA heading in a new direction, 722 Views on NAVMEC draft report shared, 723 AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 Partnership to promote preventive care, Index AJVR, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011

4 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Association of Racing Commissioners (ARC) Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Research reduces guesswork of ape transfusions, 291 Australia Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 Auxiliary to the American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary considers leaving loan business, 158 Avian Influenza Award winner recognized for forward thinking, 1295 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 AVMA American Board of Veterinary Specialties (ABVS) Sports medicine and rehab specialty to publish certifi cation requirements, 860 New specialists will have to maintain certifi cation, 1004 AVMA Animal Health Studies Subcommittee Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 AVMA Animal Welfare Committee (AWC) Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA Annual Convention 2011 July World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 AVMA Aquatic Veterinary Medicine Committee AVMA Biennial Economic Survey AVMA Board of Governors Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Bylaws Delegates to deliberate on Veterinarian s Oath, 861 AVMA Candidates AVMA president-elect candidates make their case, 723 AVMA announces new offi cials, candidacies, 1146 AVMA Congressional Science Fellowship Program Deadline for AVMA fellowship approaching, 158 AVMA fellows take posts on Capitol Hill, 293 AVMA Congressional Science Fellows get to work on Capitol Hill, 1562 AVMA Council on Biologic and Therapeutic Agents (COBTA) Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA Council on Education Candidate Qualification Review Committee The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA Council on Education (COE) Education council schedules site visits, 7 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Education council schedules site visits, 427 AVMA COE accredits Ross, UNAM, 590 Coconut trees and DVM degrees, 590 Ross dean retires after school accredited, 724 Education council schedules site visits, 862 St George s inching closer to accreditation, 864 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Education council schedules site visits, 1294 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 St George s accredited by COE, 1562 AVMA Council on Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine (CPHRVM) The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA Council on Research (COR) Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Stem cell policy updated, 1004 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA Council on Veterinary Service (CVS) The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA Councils and Committees Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA Early Career Development Committee (ECDC) Committee to improve AVMA for young members, 1003 AVMA Economics Vision Steering Committee AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 AVMA Ed AVMA Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) AVMA COE accredits Ross, UNAM, 590 House to consider accreditation of foreign schools, 861 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Education and Research Division Education council schedules site visits, 7, 427, 1294 AVMA Elections Helfat wins AVMA Executive Board election, 589 AVMA Executive Board Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Rawson elected to AVMA Executive Board, 426 Helfat wins AVMA Executive Board election, 589 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 AVMA releases draft revisions to model practice act, 1004 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA, FVE strengthen ties with joint statements, 1425 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AMVA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 AVMA Finances Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA Future Leaders Program Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA invites nominations for trial leadership program, 292 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 3

5 AVMA Governance Performance Review Committee AVMA Governmental Relations Division Deadline for AVMA fellowship approaching, 158 AVMA fellows take posts on Capitol Hill, 293 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 Student loan subsidy s end raises concerns, 1292 AVMA Congressional Science Fellows get to work on Capitol Hill, 1562 AVMA Group Health & Life Insurance Trust (GHLIT) The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA Guidelines Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 AVMA Headquarters Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 AVMA House Advisory Committee (HAC) The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA House of Delegates (HOD) AVMA president-elect candidates make their case, 723 Delegates to deliberate on Veterinarian s Oath, 861 House to consider accreditation of foreign schools, 861 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Institute for Companion Animal and Equine Research Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 AVMA Judicial Council (JC) The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA Member Services Committee (MSC) Delegates to deliberate on Veterinarian s Oath, 861 AVMA Membership AVMA Membership and Field Services Division Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Committee to improve AVMA for young members, 1003 AVMA Model Veterinary Practice Act AVMA seeks input on model practice act, 7 AVMA releases draft revisions to model practice act, 1004 AVMA Model Veterinary Practice Act Task Force AVMA seeks input on model practice act, 7 AVMA Office of the Executive Vice President AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 AVMA Officers AVMA announces new offi cials, candidacies, 1146 AVMA Panel on Euthanasia AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 AVMA Panel on Humane Slaughter AVMA PLIT The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA Policies Delegates to deliberate on Veterinarian s Oath, 861 Stem cell policy updated, 1004 AVMA Political Action Committee (AVMAPAC) Leininger wins AVMAPAC award, 1294 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 AVMA Programs for Students and Recent Graduates AVMA invites nominations for trial leadership program, 292 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 AVMA Publications Division Veterinary editors added to AVMA publications staff, 1563 AVMA Report on Veterinary Compensation (2011) Some incomes rise, but others fall, 425 AVMA Scientific Activities Division Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA Staff Veterinary editors added to AVMA publications staff, 1563 AVMA Steering Committee for FDA Policy on Veterinary Oversight of Antimicrobials Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA Strategic Plan AVMA asks members for input on strategic goals, 157 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 AVMA Strategic Planning Task Force AVMA asks members for input on strategic goals, 157 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 AVMA Task Force on AVMA Programs for Students and Recent Graduates Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 AVMA Task Force on Foreign Veterinary School Accreditation Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Task Force on Governance and Member Participation Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Task Force on National Hazardous Waste Product Database Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 AVMA Task Force on the Model Veterinary Practice Act AVMA releases draft revisions to model practice act, 1004 AVMA Task Force on Veterinary Internships Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 AVMA US Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook 6 factors in declining veterinary visits, 2011;72:290 Correction: 2011;72:1426 AVMA Veterinary Leadership Experience (VLE) AVMA Veterinary Medical Assistance Teams (VMATs) Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Honoring the dogs of 9/11, 1291 AVMA 20/20 Vision Commission Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 AVMA Web Site AVMA seeks input on model practice act, 7 4 Index AJVR, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011

6 Awards Research awards conferred, 10 Award nods sought for influential veterinarians, 294 CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 Veterinarians supported in their pursuit of research careers, 593 AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Phi Zeta presents research awards, 865 Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 AVMA recognizes contributions to profession, 1148 Nutrition research funded, 1149 Honoring the dogs of 9/11, 1291 Leininger wins AVMAPAC award, 1294 Award winner recognized for forward thinking, 1295 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Veterinary research fellowship awarded, 1565 B Bacteria Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 Bacteriophage Journal Phages gaining attention, 9 Bacteriophages Phages gaining attention, 9 Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 Banfield Pet Hospitals Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Bang s Disease New vet dean for UC-Davis, 1296 Bayer Animal Health 6 factors in declining veterinary visits, 2011;72:290 Correction: 201;72:1426 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Survey examines decline in patient visits, 1294 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Bayer Veterinary Care Usage Study 6 factors in declining veterinary visits, 2011;72:290 Correction: 2011;72:1426 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 Survey examines decline in patient visits, 1294 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Baylor College of Medicine With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Beef Cattle Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Berlin Zoo With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Beyond the Basics AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Bhutan Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation School for Global Animal Health receives $26 million, 158 Biologics FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Biomarkers NIH funds study of leishmaniasis in Brazil, 6 Biosecurity Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 Birds One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Bisphenol A (BPA) Missouri researchers say BPA exposure is underestimated, 1005 Blood Research reduces guesswork of ape transfusions, 291 Blood Vessels Sutureless procedure can rejoin blood vessels, 1564 Board Certification ACVP announces diplomates, 429 New specialists will have to maintain certifi cation, 1004 New specialty college issues certifi cation requirements, sets exam date, 1294 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Books Exhibition tells history of profession, 1149 Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Brakke Consulting Survey examines decline in patient visits, 1294 Brazil NIH funds study of leishmaniasis in Brazil, 6 Breeds Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Budget Control Act Student loan subsidy s end raises concerns, 1292 Bulldogs Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Program continues to foster young researchers, 1296 Bylaws SAVMA heading in a new direction, 722 Delegates to deliberate on Veterinarian s Oath, 861 C California Education council schedules site visits, 7 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Racetrack surfaces just one factor in horse racing fatalities, 293 Education council schedules site visits, 427 UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 Veterinarians supported in their pursuit of research careers, 593 We re all in this together, 723 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Education council schedules site visits, 862 Research building under way at UC-Davis, 1002 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Nutrition research funded, 1149 Education council schedules site visits, 1294 New vet dean for UC-Davis, 1296 Program continues to foster young researchers, 1296 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 Sutureless procedure can rejoin blood vessels, 1564 California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 5

7 California Poultry Industry Federation (CPIF) UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 California Veterinary Medical Association Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 Calls for Applicants AVMF seeking scholarship, disaster training applications, 426 Calls for Comments AVMA seeks input on model practice act, 7 Comments invited on NAVMEC draft report, 8 AVMA asks members for input on strategic goals, 157 AVMA releases draft revisions to model practice act, 1004 Calls for Nominations AVMA invites nominations for trial leadership program, 292 Award nods sought for influential veterinarians, 294 The search is on for nominations to AVMA entities, 1425 Calls for Proposals Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Cambodia With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Canada Education council schedules site visits, 7 Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Education council schedules site visits, 427 AVMA COE accredits Ross, UNAM, 590 Research, clinical training improved at Ross, 590 Veterinarians supported in their pursuit of research careers, 593 We re all in this together, 723 Education council schedules site visits, 862 Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Marine mammals succumbing to dual parasite infections, 1005 Education council schedules site visits, 1294 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Center Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Canine Distemper Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 Carbon Dioxide Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 Carcasses Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Cardiovascular System Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Careers Some incomes rise, but others fall, 425 Caribbean St George s inching closer to accreditation, 864 Cat Health Network Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 Cattle Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 CDC Office of State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support Organization to accredit public health departments, 725 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Organization to accredit public health departments, 725 Certification Sports medicine and rehab specialty to publish certifi cation requirements, 860 Ceylon (Sri Lanka) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Chernobyl FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Chihuahuas Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Chikungunya LSU researcher aims to predict emerging viruses, 1292 Chimeric Protein Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 Chimpanzees Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Research reduces guesswork of ape transfusions, 291 China Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Chinese Society for Emergency Medicine Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Chromosome 20 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Lichens may combat chronic wasting disease in wildlife, 860 Client Education Climate Agriculture department funding climate, environmental studies, 1297 Clinical Skills Research, clinical training improved at Ross, 590 Clinical Trials FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Cloning Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 Clostridium perfringens Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 Collaborating Centers for Research and Diagnosis of Emerging and Existing Pathogens of Wildlife Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Collaboration Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 Colorado Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 AVMF makes disaster preparedness possible, 292 Colorado State searches for dean, 1001 AVMA announces new offi cials, candidacies, 1146 Colorado lab devastated by fi re, 1296 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Colorado professor takes over as NC State dean, 1565 Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Colorado State searches for dean, Index AJVR, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011

8 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 Colorado professor takes over as NC State dean, 1565 Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory Colorado lab devastated by fi re, 1296 Colorado State University Professional Veterinary Medical Program Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation AVMF makes disaster preparedness possible, 292 Common Reading Program AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Communication Inclusion is catalyst for diversity, 1293 Vet student developing database software, 1295 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Communique Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 Companion Animals 6 factors in declining veterinary visits, 2011;72:290 Correction: 2011;72:1426 Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 University of Minnesota launches Animal Trauma Center, 591 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Survey examines decline in patient visits, 1294 Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD) CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 Conjunctivitis Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Connecticut AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 AVMA Congressional Science Fellows get to work on Capitol Hill, 1562 Conservation With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Continuing Education USDA accreditation training available, 1295 Controlled Substances Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Controlled Substances Act Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Convention to Community Program AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Core Competencies Views on NAVMEC draft report shared, 723 OIE seeking to defi ne minimum competencies, 1001 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine We re all in this together, 723 Phi Zeta presents research awards, 865 Program continues to foster young researchers, 1296 Veterinary editors added to AVMA publications staff, 1563 Corrections American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology, 2011;72:1149 Correction: 2011;72:1298 Curriculum 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Views on NAVMEC draft report shared, 723 St George s inching closer to accreditation, 864 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 Cystitis Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 D Dachshunds Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Dairy Cattle Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Data Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Databases Racetrack surfaces just one factor in horse racing fatalities, 293 AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Wealth of wildlife data free online, 1146 Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Vet student developing database software, 1295 Death Racetrack surfaces just one factor in horse racing fatalities, 293 Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Deepwater Horizon Vet student developing database software, 1295 Deer Lichens may combat chronic wasting disease in wildlife, 860 Degenerative Diseases Stem cell policy updated, 1004 Delaware Helfat wins AVMA Executive Board election, 589 Dengue Fever Research, clinical training improved at Ross, 590 LSU researcher aims to predict emerging viruses, 1292 Dentistry Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Depopulation AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 Dermabond Sutureless procedure can rejoin blood vessels, 1564 Dermatitis Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Diarrhea Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Diet Study fi nds gut loops predictable, 1292 After losing weight, nearly half of dogs regain the pounds, 1564 Diluents Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 Dioxin FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 7

9 Diplomates American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology, 2011;72:1149 Correction: 2011;72:1298 ACVP announces diplomates, 429 Olson to lead new AHA welfare initiative, 593 Sports medicine and rehab specialty to publish certifi cation requirements, 860 New specialists will have to maintain certifi cation, 1004 Disasters Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 AVMF makes disaster preparedness possible, 292 AVMF seeking scholarship, disaster training applications, 426 Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Honoring the dogs of 9/11, 1291 Vet student developing database software, 1295 Colorado lab devastated by fi re, 1296 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Disciplinary Procedures Disposal Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Distemper Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 District of Columbia Deadline for AVMA fellowship approaching, 158 Helfat wins AVMA Executive Board election, 589 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 Diversity Helfat wins AVMA Executive Board election, 589 We re all in this together, 723 AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Inclusion is catalyst for diversity, 1293 DNA Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 Dog Abdominal Surrogate for Instructional Exercises (DASIE) Research, clinical training improved at Ross, 590 Dolphins Marine mammals succumbing to dual parasite infections, 1005 Double-Stranded RNA-activated Caspase Oligomerizer (DRACO) Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 Drug Abuse Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Drug Approval FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Drug Disposal Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Proposal to schedule propofol draws reactions, 592 Duty Hours SAVMA heading in a new direction, 722 E EarthEcho International Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 Earthquakes Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Ecole Vetérinaire de Lyon Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 Economics 6 factors in declining veterinary visits, 2011;72:290 Correction: 2011;72:1426 Veterinary school applicant-to-seat ratio trending downward, 156 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Economics Vision Steering Committee AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Eggs Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 Elections Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Rawson elected to AVMA Executive Board, 426 CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 AVMA president-elect candidates make their case, 723 Electronic Identification AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Elephants Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Emergencies University of Minnesota launches Animal Trauma Center, 591 Emergency Veterinary Medicine Partnership forged between ISU, specialty practice, 294 Emerging Infectious Diseases School for Global Animal Health receives $26 million, 158 Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 Wealth of wildlife data free online, 1146 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Encephalitis Marine mammals succumbing to dual parasite infections, 1005 Encyclopedia Wealth of wildlife data free online, 1146 Endocrinology University to establish mouse research center, 1566 England With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 ACVIM honors researchers, 1298 After losing weight, nearly half of dogs regain the pounds, 1564 Environment Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Missouri researchers say BPA exposure is underestimated, 1005 Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Agriculture department funding climate, environmental studies, 1297 Environmental Health Perspectives Missouri researchers say BPA exposure is underestimated, Index AJVR, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011

10 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Epidemiology Researchers map sites of early FMD infection, 160 Award winner recognized for forward thinking, 1295 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Equine Industry TAMU Equine Initiative receives $2.5 million grant, 1001 Equine Initiative TAMU Equine Initiative receives $2.5 million grant, 1001 Equine Injury Database Racetrack surfaces just one factor in horse racing fatalities, 293 Eradication Rinderpest eradicated, 862 Escherichia spp Phages gaining attention, 9 Cloned lysins could be used as antimicrobials, 159 Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 Ethics Stem cell policy updated, 1004 Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Europe Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 Euthanasia Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine Association (EBVMA) Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Exhibitions World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 Exhibition tells history of profession, 1149 Externships Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 F Famciclovir With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Federal University of Bahia NIH funds study of leishmaniasis in Brazil, 6 Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) AVMA, FVE strengthen ties with joint statements, 1425 Feed Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Feedlots Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Feline Distemper Groups issue warnings on improper vaccine use, 863 Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 Feline Infectious Peritonitis Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Feral Animals Marine mammals succumbing to dual parasite infections, 1005 Finding One Another Project Honoring the dogs of 9/11, 1291 Fires Colorado lab devastated by fi re, 1296 Fleas Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Flinders University School of Nursing and Midwifery Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Floods Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Florida FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Nutrition research funded, 1149 Inclusion is catalyst for diversity, 1293 Program continues to foster young researchers, 1296 Flowcharts AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 Agriculture department funding climate, environmental studies, 1297 Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) No rest between eradication campaigns, 158 Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant, 293 Profession s global leaders converge on Paris, 426 Rinderpest eradicated, 862 Award winner recognized for forward thinking, 1295 One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Phages gaining attention, 9 Stem cells in theory and practice, 290 Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Food Animal Industry Swine center planned for Iowa State, 156 UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Food Animal Medicine Swine center planned for Iowa State, 156 AVMF seeking scholarship, disaster training applications, 426 Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD) FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Food Safety Phages gaining attention, 9 Profession s global leaders converge on Paris, 426 Veterinary public health bills back before Congress, 592 Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 One-health approach key to UN wildlife task force, 1298 Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Food Safety Consortium Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant, 293 Food Systems Veterinary Medicine for the 21st Century Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant, 293 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 9

11 Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) Researchers map sites of early FMD infection, 160 Foot Rot Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Foreign Animal Diseases Nine veterinarians to aid USDA on animal health issues, 159 Foreign Veterinary Education Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 Foreign Veterinary Graduates AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Found Animal s Foundation Millions awarded in search for nonsurgical sterilant, 1426 Fox Terriers Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 France World Veterinary Year kicks off Jan 1, 6 Legends in veterinary medicine being profi led, 426 Profession s global leaders converge on Paris, 426 Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Free Roaming, Owned Cats Fukushima Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Funding NIH funds study of leishmaniasis in Brazil, 6 Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Another 2+2 program in the works, 8 Veterinary postgraduate program in development, 8 Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 3 universities interested in veterinary programs, 18 Veterinary school applicant-to-seat ratio trending downward, 156 Satisfi ed MU client helps fund residency program, 157 Tuskegee veterinary alumnus donates to school, 157 Auxiliary considers leaving loan business, 158 Deadline for AVMA fellowship approaching, 158 No rest between eradication campaigns, 158 School for Global Animal Health receives $26 million, 158 Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 AVMF makes disaster preparedness possible, 292 Food safety problem-solving method to be explored with grant, 293 AVMF seeking scholarship, disaster training applications, 426 Research, clinical training improved at Ross, 590 UC-Davis to add poultry veterinarian to faculty, 591 Veterinarians supported in their pursuit of research careers, 593 Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 FARAD sees slight drop in FY 2011 funding, 861 Texas A&M obtains historical veterinary books, 864 Winn awards grants for feline research, 865 TAMU Equine Initiative receives $2.5 million grant, 1001 Executive Board actions range from strategic plan to stem cells, 1002 Research building under way at UC-Davis, 1002 Veterinary teaching hospital opens at NC State, 1002 AVMA to purchase assets of economics commission, 1003 Committee to improve AVMA for young members, 1003 Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 Foreign externships benefi t French, American students, 1004 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Nutrition research funded, 1149 NAVMEC ready for implementation, 1292 Student loan subsidy s end raises concerns, 1292 Survey examines decline in patient visits, 1294 Agriculture department funding climate, environmental studies, 1297 AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 Foreign accreditation, AVMA governance to be reviewed, 1424 Millions awarded in search for nonsurgical sterilant, 1426 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 Veterinary research fellowship awarded, 1565 Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Future Leaders Program AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 G Gastrointestinal System Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Study fi nds gut loops predictable, 1292 Gels Sutureless procedure can rejoin blood vessels, 1564 Gender Study seeks to explain feminization of veterinary profession, 10 Some incomes rise, but others fall, 425 Gene Silencing Millions awarded in search for nonsurgical sterilant, 1426 Genetics Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 Genetic markers could help avoid cattle disease, 1564 Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Genocide Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 Georgia Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Veterinary research fellowship awarded, 1565 Germany With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Golden Retrievers Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Gorillas Project: veterinary supplies, 6 Gorilla Species Survival Plan Research reduces guesswork of ape transfusions, 291 Grenada Education council schedules site visits, 7, 427 St George s inching closer to accreditation, 864 St George s accredited by COE, 1562 Guidelines Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 SAVMA heading in a new direction, 722 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Partnership to promote preventive care, 1146 AMVA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 SAVMA Task Force on Corporate Funding Learning under the infl uence, 1563 Guidelines for Classifying Veterinary Facilities Gut Loops Study fi nds gut loops predictable, Index AJVR, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011

12 H Haiti Veterinarians join global disaster congress, 1297 Harmonization OIE seeking to defi ne minimum competencies, 1001 Harvard University Study fi nds gut loops predictable, 1292 Hawaii Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Congress could intervene over modified salmon, 1291 Hazardous Waste Sites offer help with waste issues, 1295 Heartworm Banfi eld reports on state of pet health, 859 Helping Overpopulation through Education Project AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Herpesvirus With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Hill s Pet Nutrition AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Cousteau: we all have an echo, 1148 Partnership launches cat health initiative, 1563 Honolulu Zoo Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 Houston Zoo With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Human-Animal Bond Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Winn calls for feline research proposals, 1565 Humane Slaughter AVMA Board approves Panel on Euthanasia report, 1562 Human Genome FDA outlines goals, strategy, 1564 Hurricanes Vet student developing database software, 1295 I Idaho The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 Veterinary editors added to AVMA publications staff, 1563 Illinois Research reduces guesswork of ape transfusions, 291 Rawson elected to AVMA Executive Board, 426 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 AVMA Congressional Science Fellows get to work on Capitol Hill, 1562 Immunology With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Implicit Association Test Inclusion is catalyst for diversity, 1293 Income Some incomes rise, but others fall, 425 Indebtedness AVMA adopts plan addressing vet profession s economic woes, 1423 India CRWAD dedicated to veterinary microbiologist Maheswaran, 427 With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 Indiana Education council schedules site visits, 7 Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Rawson elected to AVMA Executive Board, 426 Education council schedules site visits, 427 Research initiatives focus on animal health, human-animal bond, 722 Views on NAVMEC draft report shared, 723 AAVMC gives accolades, 725 Education council schedules site visits, 862 The votes are in for AVMA councils, HAC, 1147 AVMA announces participants in Future Leaders Program, 1149 Education council schedules site visits, 1294 Researchers fi nd possible broad-spectrum antiviral, 1425 Indonesia Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 Infectious Diseases Study examines causes of death in dogs, 859 Rinderpest eradicated, 862 Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Veterinarian s Oath amended, among Executive Board actions, 7 Institute of Museum and Library Services Captive elephant welfare study under way, 159 International Atomic Energy Agency Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 International Elephant Foundation With few resources, researchers work to contain fatal elephant virus, 1006 International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) Panel recommends protocols to aid animals in Japan s no-go zone, 16 Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Expert panel to address radiologic impact on animals near Japan nuclear plant, 724 Tufts, IFAW sign partnership agreement, 1564 International Summit on Race Day Medication, Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage, and the Racehorse Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 International Symposium on Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy Sports medicine and rehab specialty to publish certifi cation requirements, 860 International Veterinary Education House to consider accreditation of foreign schools, 861 International Veterinary Medicine Japan s animal relief operations face considerable challenges, 589 Millions go toward cattle disease, feed intake research, 859 House to consider accreditation of foreign schools, 861 Rinderpest eradicated, 862 AVMA Annual Convention attracts thousands of attendees, 1147 Wildlife center joins international coalition protecting animal and public health, 1297 Internships Study to consider internship experiences, expectations, 1003 Interstate Horseracing Improvement Act of 2011 Renewed focus on race-day medications, 863 JAVMA, Vol 72, No. 1-12, January-December, 2011 Index 11

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