KCAHC is Accepting Nominations for the Iron Paw Award


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The Kansas City Animal Health Corridor (KCAHC) is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Iron Paw award. The Iron Paw award is given to an individual from research, academia, industry or government, regardless of title or years of service, who has had a significant impact on or contribution to the global animal health industry.

 

The award recipient must have contributed to the animal health industry by advancing innovation, education, public awareness, market expansion or career attractiveness. Nominations for the Iron Paw award may come from anywhere in the global animal health industry. The KCAHC Board or a subcommittee appointed by the KCAHC Board will decide on the 2018 honoree.

 

All nominations must be submitted by February 23, 2018. The award will be presented in Kansas City, Mo. at the KC Animal Health Corridor Homecoming Dinner on August 20, 2018. To submit a nomination, please click here. For additional information on nominating an individual for the 2018 Iron Paw Award, please contact Emily McVey at mcvey@thinkkc.com.

 

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