Clin pathology resident
receives scholarship

Dr. John Harvey and Dr. Jen Owen

Dr. John Harvey presents Dr. Jen Owen with the C.L. Davis Veterinary Scholarship Award.

Dr. Jennifer Owen, a third-year clinical pathology resident at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, was recently awarded the 2011 CL Davis Foundation Scholarship Award for Veterinary Pathology.

She received the award Dec. 5 at the annual meeting of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists  in Nashville, Tenn. Presenting the award to Owen was Dr. John Harvey, a clinical pathology specialist and the UF veterinary college’s executive dean.

Since 1976, the foundation has made this award to postgraduate students or residents-in-training in veterinary pathology to recognize scholarship. Each institutional member of the foundation that conducts a formal training program in veterinary pathology may participate in the award program by selecting one or two graduate students or residents-in-training in veterinary pathology in their second or later year to receive the award. 

Owen, a 2009 graduate of the UF veterinary college, also holds a doctoral degree from the University of Miami and performed postdoctoral work at Florida Atlantic University before coming to Gainesville to attend veterinary school.

 

 

 

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