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Theriogenologist of the Year

Call for Nominations-2017 Theriogenologist of the Year Award

Nomination due date - November 11, 2016.

The American College of Theriogenologists is seeking nominations for “Theriogenologist of the Year,” an award which recognizes a theriogenologist for recent, outstanding contribution(s) to the discipline of theriogenology.

The award is accompanied by a plaque and monetary honorarium of $1,500.

2017 Nomination Form

Qualifications include:

a. ACT Diplomate in good standing

b. Has made recent, outstanding contribution(s) to the discipline of Theriogenology.

1. In most cases the contribution(s) will have been made within the past five year period. Exceptions would involve protracted contribution(s) with culmination and/or results realized within the past five years.

2. Outstanding contribution(s) may take many forms and will be judged in part on furthering awareness and understanding of the discipline of Theriogenology and Theriogenologists among the veterinary profession, veterinary students, other disciplines and professions, academic administrators, industry, producers/breeders, animal owners and/or the public at large.

3. Note: The award is not intended to recognize career achievement or be weighted toward scholarly activities.

Past Recipients

2016 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Richard Hopper

2015 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Rob Gilbert 

2014 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Gregg Adams

2013 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Peter Chenoweth

2012 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Barry Ball

2011 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Ahmed Tibary

2010 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Margaret Root Kustritz

2009 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. John Kastelic

2008 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Ina Dobrinski

2007 Theriogenologist of the Year - No Recipient

2006 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Terry Blanchard

2005 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Dirk Vanderwall

2004 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Donald Schlafer

2003 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Katrin Hinrichs

2002 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Dickson Varner

2001 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Bob Youngquist

2000 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Michelle LeBlanc

1999 Theriogenologist of the Year - Dr. Richard Fayrer Hosken

Mission Statement

The mission of the ACT is to promote animal well-being, reproductive health, responsible breeding and genetic practices, and efficient management of breeding-age animals in agriculture, veterinary practice, zoos, preserves, and ecosystems. In particular, the ACT envisions development of focus areas in theriogenology to incorporate the following in theriogenology/reproductive medicine:

1. Population control for domestic and non-domestic animals including feral animals, free-ranging and captive wildlife.

2. Genomics in livestock and companion animal practice.

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