We encourage our members to pursue original investigations and report results in scientific meetings and high quality veterinary journals.
ves grant program
The Veterinary Endoscopy Society (VES) was established to advance the art and science of veterinary endoscopy, encourage its members to pursue original investigations, and report results in scientific meetings and high quality veterinary journals. To that end, VES has established a goal of providing grant funding for research projects that will have a direct impact on advancing the field of veterinary endoscopy (flexible or rigid).
To be eligible for this award, the Principal Investigator must be an active member of the VES. Proposals will undergo a blinded review process by the VES Research Committee. Pending evaluation of submitted proposals, one award of $10,000 USD will be awarded; however, if additional funding is available and more than one proposal is selected, two grants may be awarded.
More details to follow in August 2021.
previous grant winners
Evaluation of Near-Infrared Fluorescence Cholangiography in Clinical Dogs undergoing Cholecystectomy
PI: Dr. Brigitte Brisson
Biomechanical Comparison Of Two Barbed Sutures In Laparoscopic Canine Gastropexy
PI: Dr. Jacqueline Scott