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|AAV/Lafeber Manuscript Awards|
The Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery is honored to be the leading source for publication of avian clinical reports and original research. In recognition of the important contributions of our authors, this year the Lafeber Company partnered with the AAV to create the AAV/Lafeber Manuscript Awards. The winners were announced at the 2019 ExoticsCon recently held in St. Louis, Missouri.
Members can read these manuscripts via AAV’s E-journal Access page.
The recipient group of authors each received a $500 honorarium which was generously provided by the Lafeber Company. The Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery publishes over 50 manuscripts and other related special features per year. The manuscript competition was based on an evaluation of all original research and clinical reports published from September 2018 through June 2019. The criteria for evaluation included:
The selection committee was comprised of the Scientific Editor, Dr. Kathy Quesenberry and the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. James W. Carpenter. Both Kathy and Jim are in different phases of completing their illustrious and long-standing terms of service, and this award was also a wonderful recognition of the important roles they have played in ensuring the publication of quality manuscripts in the journal.
We at the Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery are always seeking to raise the level of quality publications and invite authors to submit their original work for peer review and publication in our great journal. YOU COULD BE THE NEXT WINNER! Just visit https://www.aav.org/page/jams to find out how to submit your work.