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Roger J. Panciera

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American College of Veterinary Pathologists

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American College of Veterinary Pathologists

2424 American Lane

Madison, Wisconsin,53704

United States

Company Description

The American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) is an organization of board-certified scientists that has been setting the standard for veterinary pathology since 1949. By promoting excellence in veterinary pathology, ACVP improves and protects human an... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Oklahoma State University


Affiliations

The Ohio State University

Member of the Veterinary School


OSU

Professor Emeritus of Center for Veterinary Health Sciences


Veterinary Pathobiology

Professor Emeritus, Department


Education

Academy of Veterinary Consultants


D.V.M.

College of Veterinary Health Sciences at Oklahoma State University


Master's Degree

Pathology

Cornell University


Ph.D. degree

Pathology

Cornell University


Web References(15 Total References)


OK Higher Education Heritage Society

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Roger J. Panciera
Roger J. Panciera Every school of higher learning in Oklahoma produces a legend. At Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, that legend is Roger J. Panciera. Raised in Rhode Island, Roger Panciera came to Oklahoma A&M to earn a degree in veterinary medicine graduating in 1953. He then attended Cornell University where he earned his Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Pathology. While obtaining these degrees he started a long career with Oklahoma State University, becoming an Assistant Professor in 1956, then a professor in 1963, and has been with that institution ever since. Although officially retiring in 2000, he has continued to teach and publish. He has produced almost 130 articles in the most prestigious of veterinary medicine journals and earned a national-indeed, a world--reputation for his scholarship. In 1992 he was selected the Oklahoma Veterinarian of the Year. Indicative of how renowned Dr. Panciera is nationally was his 2006 election by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists as a Distinguished Member, of whom only 38 have been so named in its 50-year history, and only 15 are currently living. Just as striking as his academic performance has been his accomplishments with students. Roger Panciera has taught veterinary pathology to nearly 95 percent of all graduates from the OSU Veterinary College, and he has trained virtually all Oklahoma veterinarians. He has earned numerous teaching awards, including three times the Norden Distinguished Teaching Award, an unprecedented feat for this most prestigious teaching award in the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. For his stellar accomplishments in his profession and in the classroom, the Oklahoma Higher Education History Society is proud to announce the induction of Roger J. Panciera into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.


OK Higher Education Heritage Society

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Roger J. Panciera
OK Higher Education Heritage Society Roger J. Panciera Roger J. Panciera Every school of higher learning in Oklahoma produces a legend. At Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine, that legend is Roger J. Panciera. Raised in Rhode Island, Roger Panciera came to Oklahoma A&M to earn a degree in veterinary medicine graduating in 1953. He then attended Cornell University where he earned his Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Pathology. While obtaining these degrees he started a long career with Oklahoma State University, becoming an Assistant Professor in 1956, then a professor in 1963, and has been with that institution ever since. Although officially retiring in 2000, he has continued to teach and publish. He has produced almost 130 articles in the most prestigious of veterinary medicine journals and earned a national-indeed, a world--reputation for his scholarship. In 1992 he was selected the Oklahoma Veterinarian of the Year. Indicative of how renowned Dr. Panciera is nationally was his 2006 election by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists as a Distinguished Member, of whom only 38 have been so named in its 50-year history, and only 15 are currently living. Just as striking as his academic performance has been his accomplishments with students. Roger Panciera has taught veterinary pathology to nearly 95 percent of all graduates from the OSU Veterinary College, and he has trained virtually all Oklahoma veterinarians. He has earned numerous teaching awards, including three times the Norden Distinguished Teaching Award, an unprecedented feat for this most prestigious teaching award in the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. For his stellar accomplishments in his profession and in the classroom, the Oklahoma Higher Education History Society is proud to announce the induction of Roger J. Panciera into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.


American College of Veterinary Pathologists | Educators and Students

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Exploring Careers: Roger Jero Panciera
Roger Jero Panciera was born in Westerly, Rhode Island and spent his formative years understanding the importance of hard work. Upon graduation from high school and pre-vet at the University of Rhode Island, he traveled to Stillwater Oklahoma for his veterinary training. He graduated with the DVM in 1953 from Oklahoma A & M School of Veterinary College, shortly married and was offered a position at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University by Dr. Peter Olafson. Dr. Panciera began his pathology training at Cornell in July 1953 as Peter Kennedy was finishing and Ken Jubb was settling in after completing his first year. Dr. Panciera completed his Masters degree in 1955 and his residency training the fall of 1956. He returned to his alma mater where he has spent his entire career! A short hiatus in Ithaca, NY in 1960 allowed him to finish his thesis and complete his PhD on aging changes in dogs. In the process of trying to understand "natures experiments," Dr. Panciera has made many significant discoveries and contributions to veterinary pathology, including: publication of the initial case of cryptosporidiosis in calves, describing blister beetle toxicity in horses, hairy vetch poisoning in cattle, early contributions to Histophilus septicemia in cattle, and characterization of Hepatozoon americanum in dogs. He has authored numerous publications and was a co-author for the Urinary System in Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease for the first 4 editions. He is a distinguished member of the ACVP, a distinguished alum of various organizations and one of the few recipients of the Peter Olafson Medal awarded for excellence in teaching, service and research. However, two of his greatest legacies include the legions of veterinary students he taught and more than 146 current pathologists that owe either veterinary training or pathology training to Dr. Panciera. Although he officially retired from Oklahoma State University in 2000, he continues to come in and consult on cases or publications weekly. He is always willing to debate and discuss issues, whether related to pathology or politics but does so with a playful sparkle in his eyes. Dr. Panciera is the epitome of what a mentor can be! Dr. Panciera is an example of how exciting a career veterinary anatomic pathology can be. His contributions to the advancement of veterinary medicine also underscore the importance of veterinary pathologists in cutting-edge research. His role as a front-line diagnostician continues to lead to numerous discoveries, inspiring generations of up-and-coming pathologists.


acvp.org

Exploring Careers: Roger Jero Panciera
Roger Jero Panciera was born in Westerly, Rhode Island and spent his formative years understanding the importance of hard work. Upon graduation from high school and pre-vet at the University of Rhode Island, he traveled to Stillwater Oklahoma for his veterinary training. He graduated with the DVM in 1953 from Oklahoma A & M School of Veterinary College, shortly married and was offered a position at the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University by Dr. Peter Olafson. Dr. Panciera began his pathology training at Cornell in July 1953 as Peter Kennedy was finishing and Ken Jubb was settling in after completing his first year. Dr. Panciera completed his Masters degree in 1955 and his residency training the fall of 1956. He returned to his alma mater where he has spent his entire career! A short hiatus in Ithaca, NY in 1960 allowed him to finish his thesis and complete his PhD on aging changes in dogs. In the process of trying to understand "natures experiments," Dr. Panciera has made many significant discoveries and contributions to veterinary pathology, including: publication of the initial case of cryptosporidiosis in calves, describing blister beetle toxicity in horses, hairy vetch poisoning in cattle, early contributions to Histophilus septicemia in cattle, and characterization of Hepatozoon americanum in dogs. He has authored numerous publications and was a co-author for the Urinary System in Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease for the first 4 editions. He is a distinguished member of the ACVP, a distinguished alum of various organizations and one of the few recipients of the Peter Olafson Medal awarded for excellence in teaching, service and research. However, two of his greatest legacies include the legions of veterinary students he taught and more than 146 current pathologists that owe either veterinary training or pathology training to Dr. Panciera. Although he officially retired from Oklahoma State University in 2000, he continues to come in and consult on cases or publications weekly. He is always willing to debate and discuss issues, whether related to pathology or politics but does so with a playful sparkle in his eyes. Dr. Panciera is the epitome of what a mentor can be! Dr. Panciera is an example of how exciting a career veterinary anatomic pathology can be. His contributions to the advancement of veterinary medicine also underscore the importance of veterinary pathologists in cutting-edge research. His role as a front-line diagnostician continues to lead to numerous discoveries, inspiring generations of up-and-coming pathologists.


American College of Veterinary Pathologists - News||Resources

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ACVP member Roger J. Panciera inducted into the Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame.
Congratulations, Roger!


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