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The ACVP/STP Coalition for Veterinary Pathology Fellows 4 th Scientific Conference Nashville Convention Center The ACVP/STP Coalition for Veterinary Pathology Fellows 4 th Scientific Conference Nashville Convention Center Nashville, TN Saturday, December 3, 2011 1

Welcome! • Coalition participants – – – Fellows Academic and Industrial Mentors Sponsors Board Welcome! • Coalition participants – – – Fellows Academic and Industrial Mentors Sponsors Board of Governors Coalition Administrative Office • Visitors – thank you for attending 2

Today’s Program • Coalition Scientific Conferences held at ~18 month intervals alternating between ACVP Today’s Program • Coalition Scientific Conferences held at ~18 month intervals alternating between ACVP and STP meetings • One of several important means to provide ongoing interaction between Fellows, training institutes and sponsors • 13 presentations by Fellows • Joint academia/industry presentation • Breakfast, lunch, evening reception 3

The Coalition Concept Establish funding mechanisms to increase the supply of veterinary pathologists by The Coalition Concept Establish funding mechanisms to increase the supply of veterinary pathologists by integrating the common interests of three groups ACVP and STP • Promote programs that enhance candidates’ success • Assist training programs and sponsors achieve their goals Sponsors • Meet the need for more veterinary pathologists • Demonstrate commitment to science and career opportunities in industry Training Institutions • Increase number of funded training positions • Communicate goals of training programs and career opportunities in academia 4

Coalition Management Structure (2011) ACVP Council & STP Executive Committee Oversight Board of Governors Coalition Management Structure (2011) ACVP Council & STP Executive Committee Oversight Board of Governors ACVP • Dr. Mark Cline • Dr. Robert Jacobs • Dr. Linda Johnson (Chair) • Dr. Holly Jordan (Sec) • Dr. Daniel Rudmann • Current President (ad hoc) STP • Dr. Curtis Colleton • Dr. Denzil Frost • Dr. William Iverson (Treas) • Dr. Thomas Rosol • Dr. Bhanu Singh • Current President (ad hoc) Director Admin Offices Dr. Gary Cockerell The Rees Group Strategic Leadership Implementation & Administration 5

Metrics for Success of the Coalition • Absolute increase in the number of funded Metrics for Success of the Coalition • Absolute increase in the number of funded training positions for veterinary pathologists • Robust response from training institutions for privately funded training positions • High rate of success of Coalition-sponsored trainees on ACVP certification examination • Coalition-sponsored trainees assuming prominent positions in veterinary pathology • High visibility of Coalition activities 6

Total Positions and Financial Commitments $6. 8 M 30 Ph. D Grad Student Number Total Positions and Financial Commitments $6. 8 M 30 Ph. D Grad Student Number of Positions 25 $6. 0 M Clin Path Resident Anat Path Resident $6. 2 M $5. 0 M 20 $3. 3 M 15 $2. 8 M 10 5 $1. 1 M 0 Oct '05 Oct '06 Oct '07 Oct '08 Oct '09 Oct '10 Oct '11 Time 7

First Positions Post-Coalition Fellowships (as of Nov 2011) 5 Number of Fellows Ph. D First Positions Post-Coalition Fellowships (as of Nov 2011) 5 Number of Fellows Ph. D Grad Student 4 Clin Path Resident Anat Path Resident 3 2 1 0 CRO Dx Labs Bio. Pharm Academia Add'l Training Type of Position 8

Performance of Fellows on ACVP Certifying Examination • Twelve of seventeen (71%) Fellows who Performance of Fellows on ACVP Certifying Examination • Twelve of seventeen (71%) Fellows who have attempted the ACVP Certifying Examination have successfully completed all parts • 92% of the successful candidates passed all parts on their first attempt This outstanding success rate is a tribute to the quality of the Fellows, the excellence of their training programs and the foresight of sponsors who support the Coalition! 9

Progress to Date: RFAs Yr RFA Issued Positions Offered/Applications Received Anat Path Residencies Clin Progress to Date: RFAs Yr RFA Issued Positions Offered/Applications Received Anat Path Residencies Clin Path Residencies Ph. D Grad Programs 2005 6/17 - - 2006 4/17 1/13 2/4 2007 2/10 - - 2008 3/19 2/6 2/2 2009 1/11 - 2/7* 2010 1/1* - - 2011 - - 3/9* *Includes non-competing applications for 2 Ph. D graduate research positions (1 each in 2009 and 2011), and 1 anatomic pathology residency (2010) 116 applications for 29 positions 10

Information Requested on Annual Progress Reports • Course Work/Grade (if your program does not Information Requested on Annual Progress Reports • Course Work/Grade (if your program does not include formal coursework, please indicate) • Teaching Responsibilities • Diagnostic Case Material (including species distribution and number of cases)/Service Activity and/or Research Progress • Scientific Meetings/Off-Site Courses/Publications/Presentations (including in-house) • Externships at Sponsor’s Site • Academic Mentor’s Comments/Assessment of Progress • Industrial Mentor’s Comments/Assessment of Progress • Other Comments/Plans for Coming Year 11

Examples of Board of Governors Feedback on Annual Reports • “The Fellow has made Examples of Board of Governors Feedback on Annual Reports • “The Fellow has made an excellent progress, continues to pursue education and training, has the continued support of academic and industrial mentors, and is in good academic standing. Details of teaching (courses, contact hrs) and diagnostic work (number of cases, species distribution), are not provided. The time line for Ph. D defense and ACVP exam are close which will make it difficult to balance dissertation writing and board prep. Budget expenditures show under spending in travel. The institution should be encouraged to fully utilize these funds for Fellow to attend and/or present at meetings, symposia, and seminars, as well as for externship opportunities. Continued funding is recommended. ” • “Fellow is making excellent progress as evidenced by defense of Ph. D, publications, abstracts and posters. Continues in the diagnostic service and is working at a high level, is in good standing academically and academic mentor is pleased with progress. Fellow and industrial mentor are urged to plan carefully for an externship during yr 3, since externships did not occur in yrs 1 or 2. Continued funding is recommended. ” • “Fellow’s academic standing, and academic and industrial mentor’s support appear strong and positive. Fellow continues to progress on Ph. D projects and publications are in preparation. Fellow has a variety of necropsy and biopsy cases to progress diagnostic skills (it would be useful to know the approximate numbers of her Dx caseload). Another externship at sponsor’s site is being planned and will focus on extension of the Ph. D project and to gain exposure to R&D in the pharmaceutical industry. Continued funding for year 2 recommended. ” 12

Coalition Strategic Plan • Subcommittee: Dan Rudmann (Chair), Claire Andreasen, Dale Dunn, Denny Frost Coalition Strategic Plan • Subcommittee: Dan Rudmann (Chair), Claire Andreasen, Dale Dunn, Denny Frost (Co-Chair), Keith Harris and Ricardo Ochoa • Three primary objectives to be pursued over next 5 yrs – Develop and implement novel industry/academia collaborations and specialized training opportunities to support industry and academia objectives, and augment pathologists’ career development – Continue to increase the number of privately funded veterinary pathology training positions – Collaborate with academic partners to lead relevant quality initiatives identified by ACVP Credentialing and Training Committees for North American-based veterinary pathology training programs 13

Thanks For Your Participation! • This conference is for the primary benefit of the Thanks For Your Participation! • This conference is for the primary benefit of the Fellows • Audience participation is strongly encouraged • Please offer constructive criticism 14