The American Association of Fish Veterinarians Announces
Four Scholarship Recipients for 2018
The American Association of Fish Veterinarians announces the 4 recipients of their 2018 AAFV scholarships. As in previous years, all applicants were well qualified which made the task for the scholarship committee difficult. AAFV is very appreciative of the scholarship money they received from the University of Florida Wildlife and Aquatic Veterinary Disease Laboratory, Dr. Tim Kniffen, Merck & Company, Inc., Dr Allyson McNaughton and Dr. Rick Harmon. Their contributions help further aquatic veterinary medicine.
The American Association of Fish Veterinarians and the AAFV Scholarship Committee would like to announce the following recipients and congratulate them:
Courtney is in the class of 2019 at The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, She
plans to use the scholarship for externships at Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, TN , Clear Springs Foods, Buhl, ID, Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory, Ruskin, FL, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, and the University of Washington’s Department of Comparative Medicine. Her scholarship is sponsored
by the University of Florida Wildlife and Veterinary Disease Laboratory
Sarah is in the class of 2020 at University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine. She will use
the scholarship for attending: IAAAM conference in Long Beach, CA, AQUAVET® II
and AQUAVET® III
Josh is in the class of 2020 at North Carolina State University. College of Veterinary Medicine.
He will use the scholarship to attend AQUAVET ®I.
Katherine is in the class 2019 of University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine.
She will be use the scholarship to attend AQUAVET® I.