Dr. Jamie Anderson presented a poster at the American Academy of Oral Medicine meeting in Memphis.
See the full poster here
Lee County Animal Services, Florida
Lee County Domestic Animal Services Shelter with special thanks to the Make Me Smile Project hosted a training for their veterinarians and veterinary technicians December 16 and 17, 2021 on dental procedures and use of dental x-ray equipment. This training has been over four years in the making and is thanks to the Make Me Smile program from the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry (https://veterinarydentistry.org/about).
Identification of Targetable Activating Mutations in Canine Acanthomatous Ameloblastoma. Principal Investigator: Santiago Peralta, DVM, DAVDC
The Foundation is pleased to announce a new publication by Dr. Peralta et al regarding the genetic mutations of canine acanthomatous ameloblastoma in dogs. Funding of grants from the Foundation provide opportunities for new discoveries in veterinary dentistry and information that may have future benefits for pets and people.
The Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry Board and Grants Committee would like to extend its appreciation to all of the talented researchers that submitted proposals for the 2021 Grants cycle. Despite the many challenges of the past year, the Grants Committee saw a significant uptick in the number of research proposals received, and the Committee reviewed a record-setting number of proposals. The Foundation is pleased to have seen such strong growth in the awareness of its global mission to advance the science of veterinary dentistry and oral surgery.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2023 TITANIUM MEMBER CONTRIBUTORS
THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 TITANIUM MEMBER CONTRIBUTORS
- Dr. Briana Mirchel
- Dr. Paul Hobson
- Dr. Erich Rachwitz
- Dr. William Gengler
- Dr. Cindy Charlier
- Dr. Jan Bellows
- Dr. Josephine Banyard
- Dr. Susan McTaggart
- Companion Animal Dentistry of Kansas City
- Robert Manne
- Dr. Glenn Brigden
- Dr. Stephen Juriga
- Jay Haenert
- The Pet Dentist at Tampa Bay
- Dr. Bonnie Shope