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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE
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  • 1. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAM REGISTRATION 2009-2010 ONCOLOGY New applications for ACVIM Residency Training Programs must be received by the Residency Training Committee 90 days prior to any residents beginning training. Before completing this form, please review the general and specific requirements for oncology residency training programs in the ACVIM General Information Guide (GIG). The most current version of the GIG is available on the ACVIM website at www.ACVIM.org. If there is a discrepancy between this form and the GIG, the GIG will be considered correct, however, please contact the ACVIM office or the Residency Training Committee Chairperson for clarification. Prior to making significant changes in a residency training program, approval of the ACVIM and Oncology Resident Training Committee must be obtained. The candidate and/or program director must notify ACVIM, in writing. Significant changes could include, but are not limited to: changes in program director or any mentors, transferring from one program to another, alterations in program duration, switching to a ‘dual board’ program, or enrolling in an institutional graduate program. Notice: Some questions in this form are included for data collection purposes. The inclusion of an item does not imply that the item is a program requirement for ACVIM. For multi-site residency programs: To ensure uniformity of training and compliance with current GIG requirements, training programs which include multiple sites must provide detailed information as to which Diplomates in the specialty of Oncology, as well as other Specialties, will be supervising the resident(s) at each site. In this updated program registration form, the program director must provide specific, detailed information regarding supervision and facilities available at each specific site(s). Check box if this is a renewal application with unaltered information from the previous year: Part 1 Date: 08AUG2009 Program Director: William C. Kisseberth, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (Oncology) (Must be a Diplomate of ACVIM in the Specialty of Oncology) Program Director’s Contact Information: Work Phone: 614-247-7201 Fax: 614-292-6464 E-mail: kisseberth.2@osu.edu Mailing Address: College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Teaching Hospital The Ohio State University 601 Vernon L. Tharp Street Columbus, OH 43210-1089 1. Location of Training Program: Primary Site: College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Teaching Hospital The Ohio State University 601 Vernon L. Tharp Street
  • 2. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Columbus, OH 43210-1089 Secondary Site (if applicable): (Please attach specific information regarding the percentage of time scheduled at each site and which rotation requirement shall be met at each site). N/A Outside Rotations/Other Sites (if applicable): (Please attach signed Letters of Support from all individuals providing off-site training of oncology residents to this registration form. Each Letter of Support should contain specific information regarding the percentage of time schedule at each site and which rotation requirement shall be met at each site. Letters of Support must be submitted annually WITH program renewal forms and WITH each new program request. N/A 2. Length of Training Program: Yes 2 years 3 years X Other -provide details 3. Advanced Degree: Yes No Optional Masters: X PhD: X Comments: 4. Resident Advisor(s): (Must be ACVIM Diplomate(s) in Oncology.) Guillermo Couto, DVM (O, IM) William Kisseberth, DVM, PhD (O) Cheryl London, DVM, PhD (O) 5. Supervising Diplomates: (Must be ACVIM Diplomates in Oncology.) Guillermo Couto, DVM (O, IM) William Kisseberth, DVM, PhD (O) Cheryl London, DVM, PhD (O) 6. It is essential that the candidate have direct face to face contact with the supervising Diplomate(s) in the Specialty of Oncology. The minimum 104 week intensive training must be structured in the following way (GIG H1.a.3.f): a. Indirect Supervision: For a minimum of 24 weeks of the residency, the supervising Diplomate(s) must be available for face-to-face contact at least one hour per day for four days per week.
  • 3. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine b. Direct Supervision: The supervising Diplomate(s) must be actively receiving patients with the resident for a minimum of 50 training weeks (as defined in the GIG, section D.2.d.) during the residency. This is in addition to the 24 weeks listed in 1 above. Affiliated Rotations: In addition to the 74 weeks outlined in 1 and 2 above, a minimum of 24 weeks must be spent actively receiving (direct supervision) patients in affiliated rotations as outlined in the GIG H1.a.3.f. c. Supervising Diplomate(s) Choice of Additional Rotations: In addition to the weeks outlined in 1, 2, and 3 above, 6 weeks of the residency may be unsupervised; this includes any time used for conferences, research, studying for boards or similar activities. Does your residency program comply with the guidelines outlined in a – c above? Yes No X 7. Have the supervising Diplomate(s) and residency candidate read the objectives for an oncology residency as outlined in the General Information Guide, Specialty of Oncology? Yes No X While it may have no bearing on your program, we recommend that the supervising Diplomat(s) and the residency candidate review the GIG yearly. You may obtain a copy of the GIG from the ACVIM website at www.ACVIM.org. 8. Does your training program consist of a minimum of 104 weeks? Yes No X 9. The supervising Diplomate(s) should also periodically evaluate the resident (a minimum of once every 6 months) and should discuss the results of those evaluations with the candidate and be able to provide the Residency Training Committee with written summaries of those evaluations if required. A more formal yearly evaluation is required by this Committee every year, and should be sent to the ACVIM Office by August 31st . This evaluation consists of a. the candidate’s updated Oncology Resident weekly schedule log available from the ACVIM Office. b. an evaluation of the resident candidate using the Yearly Update Resident Evaluation form available from the ACVIM Office. Does your program comply with these standards of resident evaluation? Yes No X 10. Please list the residents who have completed the training program within the last five years, including the year that each individual’s training program ended. If possible, please indicate whether the individual has completed the board certification process. Name Program End Date Board-certified? Carrie Kosarek Francisco Alvarez Ana Lara García Iain Grant Melanie McMahon Kenji Hosoya 2003 2006 2007 2007 2009 2009 Yes (Oncology) Yes (Oncology) Yes (Oncology) Yes (Oncology) Yes (Oncology) eligible 2010 11. Please list all residents currently enrolled in the training program in addition to their actual program start and end dates. Name Program Start Date Program End Date Bridget Urie Matthew Sherger 2009 2009 2012 2012
  • 4. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 12. Please list all Diplomates of ACVIM responsible for supervision of clinical training who specialize in areas other than the program being registered. For multisite programs, please use the comments section to give detail pertaining to the method of providing direct (in person, not videoconference) contact with the resident and at which site. Specifically, list the number of contact hours (direct and indirect; see GIG H1.a.2) each diplomate will spend with the resident per month. Name and degree Specialty Site Number of hours Dennis Chew, DVM – Professor Steve DiBartola, DVM - Professor Sue Johnson, DVM, MS - Assoc. Professor Bob Sherding, DVM - Professor Aimee Kidder, DVM - Clinical Instructor John D. Bonagura, DVM - Professor Karsten Schober, DVM, PhD -Asst. Professor Brian Scansen, DVM, MS - Asst. Professor Ronaldo DaCosta -Asst. Professor Internal Medicine/Nephrology Internal Medicine/Nephrology Internal Medicine/Gastroenterology Internal Medicine/Gastroenterology Internal Medicine Internal Medicine/Cardiology Cardiology (ECVIM) Cardiology Neurology 13. Please list all Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Pathology in the areas of clinical pathology or gross/histopathology associated with residency training. For multisite programs, please use the comments section to give detail pertaining to the method of providing direct (in person, not videoconference) contact with the resident and at which site. Specifically, list the number of contact hours each diplomate will spend with the resident per month. Name Clinical or Anatomic Pathology Site How contact provided Steve Krakowka, DVM, PhD - Professor Michael Oglesbee, DVM, PhD - Professor Judy Radin, DVM, PhD - Associate Professor Paul Stromberg, DVM, PhD - Professor Steve Weisbrode, VMD, PhD - Professor Maxey Wellman, DVM, PhD - Assoc. Professor Mary Jo Burkhard, DVM, PhD - Assoc. Professor Michael Lairmore, DVM, PhD - Professor Tracey Papenfuss, DVM, PhD - Asst. Professor Chris Permanandan, DVM, PhD -Asst. Professor Thomas Rosol, DVM, PhD - Professor Anatomic Anatomic Clinical Anatomic Anatomic Clinical Clinical Anatomic Anatomic Anatomic Anatomic A board certified veterinary pathologist with training in clinical pathology and a fully equipped laboratory facility should be routinely available. In addition, there should be at least 40 hours of direct contact with a clinical pathologist to facilitate training in diagnostic clinical cytology. A board-certified pathologist should be routinely available for evaluation of clinical material. A minimum of 40 hours of direct contact exploring surgical histopathology is required during the residency. Does your program meet these requirements for clinical/surgery pathology training in your residents? Yes No X 14. Please list all Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Radiology (not including radiation oncology) associated with residency training. For multisite programs, please use the comments section to give detail pertaining to the method of providing direct (in person, not videoconference) contact with the resident and at which site. Name Site How contact provided Tod Drost, DVM - Associate Professor Eric Green, DVM - Associate Professor
  • 5. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Valeri Samii, DVM - Associate Professor Lisa Zekas, DVM - Assistant Professor Rita Echandi, DVM - Assistant Professor 15. Please list all Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Radiology responsible for training in Radiation Oncology. For multisite programs, please use the comments section to give detail pertaining to the site (if off site) and method of providing direct (in person, not videoconference) contact with the resident and how the 4 weeks of GIG-mandated radiation oncology training will be fulfilled. Please attach a letter of support if this training is provided by an off-site ACVR-RO diplomate. Name Comments Eric Green, DVM - Associate Professor The resident should have access to radiation therapy and a board certified veterinary radiation oncologist. The oncology resident should have a minimum of one month of direct contact with a board certified veterinary radiation oncologist to discuss clinical management of patients receiving radiation therapy, radiation planning, dosimetry, and physics related to clinical radiation therapy. Does your program meet this requirement for radiation oncology training of your residents? Yes No X 16. Please list the non-ACVIM Diplomates available for consultation in the areas of dermatology, surgery, ophthalmology, anesthesiology, emergency/critical care, clinical nutrition, clinical pharmacology, and/or theriogenology. For multisite programs, please use the comments section to give detail pertaining to the method of providing direct (in person, not videoconference) contact with the resident and at which site. Specifically, list the number of contact hours (direct and indirect; see GIG H1.a.2) each diplomate will spend with the resident per month. Name Site How contact provided Richard Bednarski, DVM, MS - Assoc. Professor John Hubbell, DVM, MS - Professor Philip Lerche, BVSc, MS - Asst. Professor Turi Aarnes, DVM, MS - Clinical Instructor Edward Cooper, VMD, MS - Asst. Professor Amy Butler, DVM, MS - Asst. Professor Jonathan Dyce, VetMB, MRCVS - Assoc. Professor Jennifer Au, DVM - Asst. Professor Bianca Hettlich, MedVet - Asst. Professor Stephen Birchard, DVM - Assoc. Professor Mary A. McLoughlin, DVM, MS - Assoc. Professor Christopher Adin, DVM, MS - Asst. Professor Rebecca Ball, DVM, MS - Clinical Instructor Marco Coutinho da Silva, DVM, PhD - Asst. Professor Carlos Pinto, MedVet, PhD - Asst. Professor Andrew Hillier, BVSc, MACVSc - Assoc. Professor Lynette Cole, DVM, MS - Assoc. Professor Wendy Lorch, DVM, PhD - Staff Dermatologist Anne Gemensky-Metzler, DVM, MS - Assoc. Professor Dave Wilkie, DVM, MS - Professor Anesthesia Anesthesia Anesthesia Anesthesia Critical Care Critical Care Orthopedic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Soft Tissue Surgery Soft Tissue Surgery Soft Tissue Surgery Soft Tissue Surgery Theriogenology Theriogenology Dermatology Dermatology Dermatology Ophthalmology Ophthalmology 17. In addition to directly supervised patient care, the candidate should also be involved in patient-oriented teaching rounds and formal teaching conferences such as clinical pathologic conferences, resident seminars, and grand rounds sessions. The candidate must participate in these teaching exposures a minimum of several times each week during the residency training program.
  • 6. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Please provide a description of the conferences, etc., which directly pertain to training in Oncology and attach a schedule that gives specific details for rounds, seminars, and journal clubs given on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Oncology patient rounds (daily, M-F) Journal club/resident instruction (weekly) Clinical pathology rounds (weekly) Cytology rounds (weekly) Tumor board (surgery/med onc/rad onc joint conference) (intermittent) Comprehensive Cancer Center grand rounds (weekly) Client communication rounds (weekly) Gross necropsy rounds (weekly) Oncology patient rounds: Oncology patient rounds are conducted and attended daily by all oncology faculty and residents that are on service. Journal club/resident instruction: Discussion of articles/book chapters by residents and faculty and specific didactic discussion of topics relevant to veterinary oncology. (1-2 hrs/wk) Clinicopathologic Conference (CPC): case presentation/discussion by residents and faculty. (1 hr/wk) Cytology rounds: Weekly presentation and discussion of submitted cytologic specimens from the week. Jointly conducted by the Oncology and Clinical Pathology Services. (1 hr/wk) Tumor Board: Joint presentation and discussion of oncology cases by surgical, medical, and radiation oncology. (intermittent) Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center grand rounds: Didactic seminar series presented weekly at the OSU-CCC. The majority of the speakers are national/international leaders in oncology (1 hr/wk) Client communication rounds: discussion of interesting client interaction situations. (1 hr/wk) Gross necropsy rounds: Presentation of necropsy cases Organ/Disease-Oriented Graduate Courses (eg; Urinary, Oncology, Hematology, etc): didactic lecture/case discussion by faculty member for residents aimed at ACVIM Examination. (1-3 hrs/wk) 18. Please list all opportunities offered to and/or required of the resident for attendance and/or giving formal presentations at local, regional, state or national meetings. Indicate whether the resident will attend or present at these meetings. OSU-VTH Clinical Pathology Conference: Residents present twice yearly Veterinary Cancer Society Annual Meeting: Attend (year 1), Present (years 2 and 3) ACVIM Annual Meeting: Attend (years 2 and 3) 19. For board-certification in oncology, the resident must have a minimum of one major publication in the field of oncology in print or accepted for publication in a refereed scientific journal. A literature review or case report is not acceptable. Please describe how this program supports this requirement for publication. The oncology residency program is combined with a graduate (MS or PhD) program. Publications resulting from graduate thesis work will fulfill the publication requirement. Additionally, typically residents will have additional research projects that will satisfy the publication requirement.
  • 7. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 20. Please indicate the availability of the following facilities or equipment. Indicate if these are available at the primary training site, or at a different location. (In the Location column, indicate on-site for primary location or the name of the facility where the equipment is located if off-site.) For facilities that are not on-site, please describe the situation and availability in the space at the end of this section. Available? (Y or N) Location of equipment? (On-site or list site name) a) Standard radiological equipment Y OSU-VTH b) Ultrasonographic equipment Y OSU-VTH c) Color flow/Doppler equipment Y OSU-VTH d) Endoscopy equipment GI equipment Y OSU-VTH Bronchoscopy Y OSU-VTH Cystoscopy Y OSU-VTH Rhinoscopy Y OSU-VTH Laparoscopy Y OSU-VTH e) Clinical Pathology capabilities: Y OSU-VTH (includes CBC, serum chemistries, blood gases, urinalysis, cytology, parasitology, microbiology, and endocrinology) f) Electrocardiography Y OSU-VTH g) Blood Pressure Measurement Y OSU-VTH h) Nuclear Medicine Y OSU-VTH i) Computed Tomography Y OSU-VTH j) Magnetic Resonance Imaging Y OSU (Wright Center) k) Radiation Therapy Facility Y OSU-VTH l) Intensive Care Facility – 24 hours Y OSU-VTH m) Total parenteral nutrition capability Y OSU-VTH n) Computerized Medical Records w/Searching Capabilities Y (limited) OSU-VTH If any of the above equipment or facilities are available off-site, please explain how the resident can access them for case management, research, or study. MRI and PET-CT are available at the Wright Center of Innovation in Biomedical Imaging, a university core research and clinical facility for advanced imaging that provides advanced imaging for clinical veterinary patients. This includes 3.5 and 7.0T MRI and PET-CT capabailities. The facility is located 5 minutes from the VTH. 21. The resident should have access to a human or veterinary medical library with on-line searching capacity and at a minimum have access to all textbooks (current editions) and full text access to all journals on the current examination committee reading list (See item 21. to be completed by Program Director. Note that on-line access to texts must be full-text not abstracts only). This library should be available on-site or within a reasonable commuting distance (defined as within a 15 mile radius of the primary training site). Please indicate how your resident can obtain access to the following textbooks/journals. Text or journal Hard copy or subscription available on site, or Medical/Veterinary Library (insert name) Available through CD- ROM or online subscription Available through pub- med only (free or will purchase articles) Not available DeVita: Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology, 7 th ed. (2005) X Withrow: Veterinary Clinical Oncology, 4th Ed. (2007) X Chabner: Cancer Chemotherapy, 4 th Ed. (2006) X Tannock&Hill: Basic Science of Oncology, 4 th Ed. (2005) X
  • 8. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Abbas: Cellular and Molecular Immunology, 5 th Ed. (2005) X Meuten: Tumors in Domestic Animals, 4th ed. (2002) X Morrison: Cancer in Dogs and Cats, 2 nd Ed. (2002) X Ettinger: Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 6 th Ed. (2005) X Kirk: Current Veterinary Therapy XI, XII, XIII, XIV X Feldman & Nelson: Canine and Feline Endocrinology and Reproduction, 3 rd Ed. (2003) X Cowell: Diagnostic Cytology, 3 rd Ed. (2007) X Hall: Radiobiology for the Radiologist, 6 th Ed. (2006) X Ogilvie & Moore: Feline Oncology (2001) X Ogilvie & Moore: Managing the Canine Cancer Patient (2006) X Veterinary Clinics of North America- oncology-related issues (2000- present) X Duncan: Veterinary Laboratory Medicine: Clinical Pathology, 4 th Ed. (2003) X Feldman: Schalm’s Veterinary Hematology, 5 th Ed. (2000) X Norman and Streiner: Biostatistics- the Bare Essentials, 2 nd Ed. (2000) X Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine X Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association X American Journal of Veterinary Research X Compendium for Continuing Education X Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association X Veterinary Clinical Pathology X Veterinary and Comparative Oncology X Veterinary Pathology X Veterinary Surgery X Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound X Journal of Small Animal Practice X Research in Veterinary Science X Cancer X New England Journal of Medicine X Clinical Cancer Research X Nature Reviews: Cancer X Comments: Does your program meet these library requirements? Yes No X **Please note, any candidate that significantly changes or alters their residency training program before completion must notify ACVIM, in writing, before the changes are made to ensure that the proposed changes are approved. Significant changes could include, but are not limited to:
  • 9. © 2009 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - transferring from one program to another - alterations in program duration - switching to a ‘dual board’ program - enrolling in an institutional graduate program - change of Program Director

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