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Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Veterinary Science. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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2019-03-11 18:23
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
11.03.2019

TPX February 2019 Podcast: Toxicologic Pathology Forum*: Opinion on Considerations for the Use of Whole Slide Images in GLP Pathology Peer Review

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Matt Jacobsen to discuss their article "Opinion on Considerations for the Use of Whole Slide Images in GLP Pathology Peer Review" featured in the February 2019 issue of Toxicologi...
6.03.2019

ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Practical Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats

SAGE’s Jennie Atkinson interviews Martha Cannon, co-author of the 2015 ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Practical Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Cats. Martha discusses the signs of diabetes mellitus in cats and the recommended management and treatm...
6.03.2019

Shelter Housing for Cats

Denae Wagner, co-author of the popular two-part guideline articles “Shelter Housing for Cats”, talks to Margie Scherk, co-editor of Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. Denae and Margie discuss the design and location of housing for cats as well as ...
23.01.2019

TPX January 2019 Podcast: The Emergence of Microphysiological Systems (Organs-on-chips) as Paradigm-changing Tools for Toxicologic Pathology

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Daniel G. Rudmann to discuss their article "The Emergence of Microphysiological Systems (Organs-on-chips) as Paradigm-changing Tools for Toxicologic Pathology" featured in the Jan...
26.11.2018

TPX October 2018 Podcast: Historical Data: Histopathology Lesions Observed in the Eyes of Control Rabbits in Topical Ocular Administration and Contact Lens Studies

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites authors Nicholas E. Langevin, Kenneth A. Schafer, Oliver C. Turner, Brittany J. McPherson, and Robert E. Rose to discuss their article "Historical Data: Histopathology Lesions Observed i...
19.10.2018

AAFP Feline Anesthesia Guidelines

AAFP Feline Anesthesia Guidelines Margie Sherk, Co-editor of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery talks to Susan Gogolski and Shelia Robertson about the AAFP guidelines on Feline Anesthesia
13.09.2018

TPX August 2018 Podcast: Preparation of Three-dimensional (3-D) Human Liver (HepaRG) Cultures for Histochemical and Immunohistochemical Staining and Light Microscopic Evaluation

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Darlene Dixon to discuss her article "Preparation of Three-dimensional (3-D) Human Liver (HepaRG) Cultures for Histochemical and Immunohistochemical Staining and Light Microscopic...
11.07.2018

TPX July Podcast: Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Points to Consider: Data Visualization for Clinical and Anatomic Pathologists

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Sean P. Troth to discuss his article "Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Points to Consider: Data Visualization for Clinical and Anatomic Pathologists" featured in the Jul...
1.06.2018

TPX April Podcast: Use of Severity Grades to Characterize Histopathologic Changes

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites author Wendy G. Halpern to discuss her article "Use of Severity Grades to Characterize Histopathologic Changes" featured in the April 2018 issue of Toxicologic Pathology.   Click here to...
11.04.2018

TPX February 2018 Podcast: Evaluation of Uracil, Sodium Ascorbate, and Rosiglitazone as Promoters of Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinomas in Male Sprague-Dawley Rats

In this podcast, Editorial Board member Elizabeth McInnes invites authors Evan Janovitz and Magnus Söderberg to discuss their article "Evaluation of Uracil, Sodium Ascorbate, and Rosiglitazone as Promoters of Urinary Bladder Transitional Cell Carcinoma...
4.12.2017

TPX December 2017 Podcast: A Diagnostic Approach for Rodent Progressive Cardiomyopathy and Like Lesions in Toxicology Studies up to 28 Days in the Sprague Dawley Rat (Part 1 of 2)

In this podcast, Associate Editor Kevin Keane and author James "Rick" Hailey discuss his article "A Diagnostic Approach for Rodent Progressive Cardiomyopathy and Like Lesions in Toxicology Studies up to 28 Days in the Sprague Dawley Rat (Part 1 of 2)" ...
24.10.2017

TPX July 2017 Podcast: A Black Cohosh Extract Causes Hematologic and Biochemical Changes Consistent with a Functional Cobalamin Deficiency in Female B6C3F1/N Mice

In this podcast, Associate Editor Denise Bounous and author Michelle C. Cora discuss her article "A Black Cohosh Extract Causes Hematologic and Biochemical Changes Consistent with a Functional Cobalamin Deficiency in Female B6C3F1/N Mice" featured in t...
13.10.2017

TPX July 2017 Podcast: A Naturally Transmitted Epitheliotropic Polyomavirus Pathogenic in Immunodeficient Rats: Characterization, Transmission, and Preliminary Epidemiologic Studies

In this podcast, Associate Editor Jerrold Ward and author Cynthia Besch-Williford discuss her article "A Naturally Transmitted Epitheliotropic Polyomavirus Pathogenic in Immunodeficient Rats: Characterization, Transmission, and Preliminary Epidemiologi...
25.09.2017

JOVD: Veterinary Dentistry Matters with Sandra Manfra Marretta

John Lewis, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, interviews Dr. Sandra Manfra Marretta. The official podcast of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, “Veterinary Dentistry Matters,” provides interviews with those who influenced the sp...
26.06.2017

ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Hypertension in Cats

ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Hypertension in Cats: Samantha Taylor talks to Jennie Atkinson from SAGE about the ISFM guidelines on diagnosis and management of hypertension in Cats. Posted June 2017.
11.05.2017

JOVD: Veterinary Dentistry Matters with Colin Harvey

John Lewis, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, interviews Dr. Colin Harvey about veterinary dentistry matters. This podcast is designed to provide readers with a new venue for insight into the community and the biggest players in t...
13.03.2017

TPX February 2017 Podcast: Special Issue: Contemporary and Emerging Applications in Clinical Pathology

In this podcast, Associate Editor Denise Bounous discusses the February 2017 Special Issue with guest editors Adam Aulbach, Holly Jordan, and Jacqueline Tarrant. The editors discuss Contemporary and Emerging Applications in Clinical Pathology and provi...
9.12.2016

JOVD 2016 Inaugural Podcast

John Lewis, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, presents the inaugural podcast for the journal by interviewing Dr. Mark Smith, the longest tenured editor of the journal. This podcast is designed to provide readers with a new venue f...
26.10.2016

TPX October 2016 Podcast: Spontaneous and Dosing Route–related Lung Lesions in Beagle Dogs from Oral Gavage and Inhalation Toxicity Studies

In this podcast, Dr. Sydney Mukaratirwa discusses this study which was conducted to characterize lung microscopic lesions in control beagle dogs from inhalation and oral gavage toxicity studies, to determine differences associated with the route of adm...
25.10.2016

TPX August 2016 Podcast: Femoral Head Growth Plate Dysplasia and Fracture in Juvenile Rabbits Induced by Off-target Antiangiogenic Treatment

In this Toxicologic Pathology podcast, Stacey L. Fossey interviews author Peter Hall on his article "Femoral Head Growth Plate Dysplasia and Fracture in Juvenile Rabbits Induced by Off-target Antiangiogenic Treatment." Epiphyseal growth plate dysplasia...
25.04.2016

AAFP's Feline Hyperthyroidism Guidelines

The AAFP Guidelines for the Management of Feline Hyperthyroidism (FHT) help primary clinicians answer common questions and suggest when referral may benefit the feline patient. The Guidelines shed light on FHT as a disease and also dispel myths surroun...
1.03.2016

ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

ISFM Consensus Guidelines on the Diagnosis and Management of Feline Chronic Kidney Disease: Jennie Atkinson from SAGE talks to Dr Andy Sparkes about the ISFM Consensus Guidelines for Feline Chronic Kidney Disease. Posted: March 2016
24.11.2015

TPX October 2015: Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee Review: Review of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Guidance on the GLP Requirements for Peer Review of Histopathology

This podcast, with Dr. James D Fikes, from Biogen, focuses on the Guidance on the GLP Requirements for Peer Review of Histopathology (guidance # 16) published on September 26, 2014 by the Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). This guidance repr...
21.10.2015

TPX October 2015: Immunophenotype of Spontaneous Hematolymphoid Tumors Occurring in Young and Aging Female CD-1 Mice

This podcast with Dr. Jerold Rehg and hosted by Dr. Odete Mendes discusses the classification  of mice hematolymphoid tumors in CD1 mice, their pattern of incidence in regards to the age, sex or feeding status and their morphology, cell composition, or...
3.08.2015

A VetPath July 2015 Podcast: Autosomal Recessive Congenital Ichthyosis in American Bulldogs Is Associated With NIPAL4 (ICHTHYIN) Deficiency

Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "Autosomal Recessive Congenital Ichthyosis in American Bulldogs Is Associated With NIPAL4 (ICHTHYIN) Deficiency" with Dr. Mauldin and Dr. Casal, two of the authors of the study....
2.06.2015

TPX: Scientific and Regulatory Policy Committee (SRPC) Review* Interpretation and Use of Cell Proliferation Data in Cancer Risk Assessment

This podcast with Dr. Sam Cohen and hosted by Dr. Peter Hall  concerns the publication of a STP committee chaired by Dr. Charles Wood concerning the role of increased cell proliferation in the evaluation of the mode of action of carcinogenesis, particu...
23.04.2015

A VetPath May 2015 Podcast: A Comparison of Biochemical and Histopathologic Staging in Cats With Chronic Kidney Disease

Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "A Comparison of Biochemical and Histopathologic Staging in Cats With Chronic Kidney Disease" with Dr. Quimby, one of the authors of the study. To view this article, click here.
8.04.2015

TPX: Nonlesions, Misdiagnoses, Missed Diagnoses, and Other Interpretive Challenges in Fish Histopathology Studies: A Guide for Investigators, Authors, Reviewers, and Readers

This podcast with Dr. Jeff Wolf discusses the development of a career in the specialized field of fish pathology, and the use of fish in biomedical and environmental research.  As a veterinary pathologist, Dr. Wolf became involved with fish research du...
11.03.2015

A VetPath March 2015 Podcast: Prognostic Value of Histologic Grading for Feline Mammary Carcinoma - A Retrospective Survival Analysis

Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the the article, "Prognostic Value of Histologic Grading for Feline Mammary Carcinoma: A Retrospective Survival Analysis" with Dr. Simko, one of the authors of the study. To view this article, c...
7.01.2015

A VetPath January 2015 Podcast: Illuminating Dark Cases - Veterinary Forensic Pathology Emerges

Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt discusses the emerging field of veterinary forensic pathology with Sean McDonough, who co-authored the editorial “Illuminating dark cases: veterinary forensic pathology emerges”, which will appear in the ...
22.12.2014

5: Feline Dentistry

 Feline Dentistry: Jennie Atkinson from SAGE talks to Rachel Perry, guest editor for the two special issues on Feline Dentistry published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery – vol 16:11 and 17:1 respectively. Rachel is a leading figure in fel...
14.11.2014

A VetPath July 2014 Podcast: Tumor Microenvironment Regulates Metastasis and Metastasis Genes of Mouse MMTV-PymT Mammary Cancer Cells in Vivo

Thomas Rosol discusses the role of tumor microenvironment on cancer metastasis in a murine breast cancer model with Leah Schutt. Dr. Rosol coauthored the paper entitled “Tumor microenvironment regulates metastasis and metastasis genes of mouse MMTV-Pym...
14.11.2014

A VetPath May 2014 Podcast: Systemic Scuticociliatosis (Philasterides dicentrarchi) in Sharks

Leah Schutt discusses an emerging systemic ciliated protozoal disease of aquarium sharks with Mark Stidworthy, who co-authored the paper entitled "Systemic Scuticociliatosis (Philasterides dicentrarchi) in Sharks" in the May 2014 issue of Veterinary Pa...
14.11.2014

A VetPath March 2014 Podcast: Porcine Circovirus A Historical Perspective

Sean Callanan talks with author, John Ellis, about his article: "Porcine Circovirus: A Historical Perspective." To view this article, click here.
1.10.2014

TPX: Unexpected Thrombocytopenia and Anemia in Cynomolgus Monkeys Induced by a Therapeutic Human Monoclonal Antibody

A discussion with Drs. Nancy Everds, Nianyu Li and Katherine Sprugel from Amgen in Seattle, Washington about the article “Unexpected thrombocytopenia and anemia in cynomolgus monkeys induced by a therapeutic human monoclonal antibody”.  This manuscript...
2.09.2014

TPX: HIV Treatment and Associated Mitochondrial Pathology: Review of 25 Years of In Vitro, Animal, and Human Studies

This podcast provides further insights on mitochondrial pathology resulting from long-term treatment of patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus using cocktails of nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs).  The respondent i...
27.08.2014

A VetPath Sept. 2014 Podcast: Pathology of Articular Cartilage and Synovial Membrane From Elbow Joints With and Without Degenerative Joint Disease in Domestic Cats

Veterinary Pathology podcast editor Leah Schutt talks with Duncan Lascelles about feline degenerative joint disease and his article “Pathology of Articular Cartilage and Synovial Membrane From Elbow Joints With and Without Degenerative Joint Disease in...
8.08.2014

AAFP and ISFM Feline-Friendly Nursing Care Guidelines

Anna Norman of SAGE talks with Susan Little about the development and significance of the recently published Feline-Friendly Nursing Care Guidelines - a joint initiative of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and the International Society ...
3.07.2014

AAFP and ISFM Guidelines for Diagnosing and Solving House-Soiling Behavior in Cats

Jovie McMillan from SAGE talks to Hazel Carney about the AAFP and ISFM Guidelines for Diagnosing and Solving House-Soiling Behavior in Cats. Posted July 2014.
18.06.2014

TPX Podcast: Nonclinical Safety Biomarkers of Drug-induced Vascular Injury

A discussion with Dr. Igor Mikaelian from AbbVie Bioresearch in Worcester MA about special issue 4 that focuses on drug induced vascular injury. The discussion centers on why drug-induced vascular injury in animals is an issue, why is it important when...
6.03.2014

A VetPath March 2014 Podcast 1: Common and Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Animal Shelter

Patricia Pesavento discusses the discovery, importance and pathogenesis of infectious diseases in animal shelters with Jeff Caswell. Dr. Pesavento and Brian Murphy authored the paper entitled "Common and emerging infectious diseases in the animal shelt...
6.03.2014

A VetPath Jan. 2014 Podcast 2: Beyond H&E: Integration of Nucleic Acid-Based Analyses Into Diagnostic Pathology

Joshua Webster discusses the application and integration of nucleic acid-based molecular techniques in diagnostic pathology with Roger Maes and Matti Kiupel, who published the paper entitled "Beyond H&E: Integration of Nucleic Acid–Based Analyses I...
6.03.2014

A VetPath Jan. 2014 Podcast 1: When Tissue Antigens and Antibodies Get Along

Joshua Webster and Jose Ramos-Vara discuss immunohistochemistry protocol development, validation, and integration in diagnostic and investigative pathology, further expanding on Dr. Ramos-Vara's paper entitled "When Tissue Antigens and Antibodies Get A...
1.01.2014

Endoscopy and Endosurgery: Journal of Feline Medicine& Surgery

Elise Robertson, guest editor for two special issues on Endoscopy and Endosurgery discusses cutting edge developments in feline endoscopy Elise is a leading figure and she currently operates a visiting feline medicine referral and endoscopy consultancy...
1.11.2013

2013 AAFP Feline Vaccination Advisory Panel Report

Anna Norman of SAGE talks with Margie Scherk about the development and significance of the recently published Feline Vaccination Guidelines.