Selected Presentations

Cohen S (undergraduate research student), Kozuch L (undergraduate research student), Harrison C (graduate student), Jones J, Bridges W, Ali A. Are CT measures of poultry keel bone volume and density feasible and reproducible using HOROS open-source image analysis software? 17th Annual Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum April 6, 2022.

Jones J. AVS One Health Research Group. Clemson Research Symposium. May 5, 2021.

Jones J. Resource spotlight: clinical CT and MRI resources at the Godley Snell Research Center. SC TRIMH COBRE meeting. Feb. 26, 2021

McKenney E (undergraduate research student), Jones J, Albro M, Harrison C (graduate student), Ali A. Are published methods for radiographic scoring of keel bone damage in poultry generalizable? 16th Annual Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum April 2, 2021.

Harrison C (graduate student), Jones J, Bridges W, Ali A. Novel quantitative radiographic measures of keel bone damage in laying hens are feasible and repeatable. In: Rademacher N. Abstracts from the 2021 ACVR Scientific Conference, Virtual, USA, Oct. 20-23, 2021. Vet Radiol Ultrasound; 2022; Early View. https://doi.org/10.1111/vru.13052

Wise R (DVM student), Jones J, Daniel G, Aguirre M (graduate student). The number of CT/ MRI lesions per sacroiliac joint does not differ for large breed dogs with versus without lumbosacral pain. In: Arble, J., Abstracts from the 2020 ACVR Scientific Conference, Virtual, USA, Oct. 19–23, 2020. Vet Radiol Ultrasound; 2021; 62: 379-380. https://doi.org/10.1111/vru.12964

Harbold A (undergraduate research student), Hamilton G (undergraduate research student), Harrison C (graduate student), Jones J, Mercuri J, Bridges W. Horos Open-source Image Analysis Software Yields Repeatable MRI Measures of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Degeneration in Sheep Models. Biomedical Engineering Society 2020 Virtual Meeting Poster Session. Oct. 14-17, 2020. Virtual, USA.

Murphy S (undergraduate research student), Pedersen B (undergraduate research student), Jones J, Bridges W. How helpful are current standard medical record form entries for determining certainty and severity of lumbosacral pain in military working dogs? 15th Annual Focus on Creative Inquiry Virtual Poster Forum. April 20, 2020. Clemson, SC. https://ci.clemson.edu/assets/docs/foci/2020.pdf

Rovitz E (undergraduate research student), Dragicevich C (graduate student), Jones J. Has there been a recent increase in military working dogs being presented for computed tomography of the lumbosacral spine? In: Abstracts of the 2018 ACVR IVRA Joint Scientific Conference: October 14-20, 2018; Fort Worth, TX. Vet Radiol Ultras. 2019; 60(1): 100-127. https://doi.org/10.1111/vru.12697

Jones J. SC TRIMH Pre-clinical assessment core. 2019 Clemson Annual Research Symposium. May 8, 2019. Clemson, SC.

Nieman A (undergraduate research student), Jones J. Early radiographic indicators of lumbosacral computed tomographic lesions in German shepherd military working dogs. SC EPSCoR (South Carolina Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) 2019 annual State Conference, April 12, 2019. Greenville, SC.

Hynes C (undergraduate research student), Carnevale M (graduate student), Jones J, Lay J. Useability and educability of a web-based anatomic atlas of the canine lumbosacral spine. In: Abstracts of the 2017 American College of Veterinary Radiology Scientific Conference: October 18-21, 2017; Phoenix, AZ. Vet Radiol Ultras 2018, 59(2): 221-250. https://doi.org/10.1111/vru.12585

Biddlecome A (undergraduate research student), Murray K (graduate student), Jones J, Bridges W. Lumbosacral pain in military working dogs and what is causing it. PennVet Working Dog Conference, April 21, 2018. Philadelphia, PA.

Jones J. Diagnostic imaging in animal research. Health Innovations session of the 2017 Clemson University Research Symposium. May 10, 2017. Clemson, SC.

Sanders SR (undergraduate research student), Rowland KL (graduate student), Jones JC, Sharp JL. Comparison of canine lumbosacral angle measurement techniques for standardized flexion and extension positions using computed tomography. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Conference Of The American College Of Veterinary Radiology, Orlando, Fl, October 19–22, 2016. Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2017, 57: 670–684. https://doi.org/doi:10.1111/vru.12428

Carnevale M (graduate student), Jones J, Li G, Sharp J. Quantifying stress and strain in the canine sacroiliac joint using positional computed tomography and finite element analysis. International Working Dog Conference, April 3, 2017. Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Beeland S (undergraduate research student), Carnevale M (graduate student), Jones J. Sacroiliac joint lesions in species other than humans and dogs: literature review. Poster session of the International Working Dog Conference, April 2-6, 2017. Banff, Alberta, Canada.