Dr. Natalie Carrillo Receives National Phi Zeta Research Award for Best Clinical Research in 2006

Dr. Natalie Carrillo received the 2006 National Phi Zeta Award for Best Clinical Research on July 14, 2006 from Dr. Rowan Milner, Secretary-Treasurer of Phi Zeta Upsilon. Dr. Steeve Giguere, Associate Professor in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences was Dr. Carrillo's research supervisor. Dr. Carillo's manuscript was published from her large animal medicine residency research project in the American Journal of Veterinary Research and was titled, "Disposition of orally administered cefpodoxime proxetil in foals and adult horses and minimum inhibitory concentration of the drug against common bacterial pathogens of horses." The publication was initially selected by the local Phi Zeta Upsilon chapter as best clinical research manuscript at the University of Florida in 2006. It was selected as the best paper nationally by the National Phi Zeta Award Committee from 27 chapter submissions this Spring.

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Dr. Natalie Carrillo (center) receives the 2006 National Phi Zeta Research Award for
best clinical research from Dr. Rowan Milner (right), Secretary-Treasurer, Phi Zeta Upsilon
and Dr. Steeve Giguere (left) , Dr. Carrillo's research mentor.

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Dr. Natalie Carrillo (right) with Dr. Steeve Giguere

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Research Paper Citation: Carrillo NA, Giguere S, Gronwall RR, Brown MP, Merritt KA, O'Kelley JJ. Disposition of orally administered cefpodoxime proxetil in foals and adult horses and minimum inhibitory concentration of the drug against common bacterial pathogens of horses. Am J Vet Res 66:30-35, 2005.

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posted 14 July 2006