Angela's Publications and Lectures

  1. Veterinary Oncology Consultants Continuing Education Series
  2. Publications
    1. Textbooks
    2. Textbook Chapters
    3. Book Reviews
    4. Peer Reviewed Articles
    5. Invited (Non-refereed) Articles
  3. Invited Presentations
  4. Honors & Awards

 

Veterinary Oncology Consultants Continuing Education Series

“Managing Chemotherapy Patients in Private Practice” (co-presenter), “New Perspectives on Canine Lymphoma”, and Course Organizer.

March 2006 Port Macquarie, NSW Australia

April 2007 Coogee Beach, NSW Australia

September 2008 Canberra, ACT, Australia

January 2009 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

September 2011 Tamworth, NSW, Australia

 

Publications

Textbooks

  1. Moore AS, Frimberger AE (eds.): Oncology for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses. Wiley-Blackwell. Ames, IA, 2009.

 

Textbook Chapters

  1. Frimberger AE, Cotter SM. Principles of Chemotherapy, in: Hahn KA, Richardson RC (eds.). Cancer Chemotherapy: A Veterinary Handbook. Malvern, PA, Williams and Wilkins, 1995.

  2. London CA, Frimberger AE. Principles of Oncology, in: Morgan RV (ed.). Handbook of Small Animal Practice, Third Edition. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 1997.

  3. Frimberger AE. Anticancer Drugs: New Drugs or Applications for Veterinary Medicine, in: Bonagura JD (ed.). Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy XIII. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2000.

  4. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Principles of Chemotherapy, in: Ettinger SJ, Feldman EC (eds.). Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Fifth Edition. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2000.

  5. Frimberger AE, London CA. Principles of Oncology, in: Morgan RV (ed.). Handbook of Small Animal Practice, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2003.

  6. Frimberger AE. Principles of Chemotherapy, in: Ettinger SJ, Feldman EC (eds.). Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Sixth Edition. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2005.

  7. Frimberger AE. Bone Marrow Transplantation, in: Ogilvie GK and Moore AS. Canine Oncology. Philadelphia, PA, Veterinary Learning Systems, 2006.

  8. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Anticancer Drugs and Protocols – Traditional, in: Bonagura JD (ed.). Kirk’s Current Veterinary Therapy XIV. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2008.

  9. Frimberger AE. Principles of Chemotherapy, in: Ettinger SJ, Feldman EC (eds.). Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Seventh Edition. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders, 2010.

 

Book Reviews

  1. Frimberger AE. Review of Small Animal Clinical Oncology. Withrow SJ, Vail DM, Page RL (eds); Elsevier, St. Louis MO, 2013. Reviewed for Aust Vet J. 2013

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Frimberger AE, Moore AS, Schelling SH. Treatment of nephroblastoma in a juvenile dog. J Am Vet Med Assoc 207:596-598,1995.

  2. Moore AS, Cotter SM, Frimberger AE, Wood CA, Rand WM, L'Heureux DA. A comparison of doxorubicin and COP for maintenance of remission in cats with lymphoma. J Vet Int Med 10:372-375,1996.

  3. Frimberger AE, Moore AS, LaRue SM, Gliatto JM, Bengtson AE. Radiotherapy of incompletely resected, moderately differentiated mast cell tumors in the dog: 37 cases (1989 - 1993). J Am An Hosp Assoc 33:320-324,1997.

  4. Quesenberry PJ, Stewart FM, Peters S, Nilsson S, Ramshaw H, Rao S, Tiarks C, Zhong S, Frimberger A, Reilly J. Engraftment of hematopoietic stem cells in nonmyeloablated and myeloablated hosts. Stem Cells 15,S1:167-170,1997.

  5. Habibian HK, Peters SO, Hsieh CC, Wuu J, Vergilis K, Grimaldi CI, Reilly J, Carlson JE, Frimberger AE, Stewart FM, Quesenberry PJ. The fluctuating phenotype of the lymphohematopoietic stem cell with cell cycle transit. J Exp Med 188:393-398,1998.

  6. Frimberger AE, Moore AS, Cincotta L, Cotter SM, Foley JW. Photodynamic therapy of naturally occurring animal tumors using a novel benzophenothiazine photosensitizer. Clin Cancer Res 4:2207-2218,1998.

  7. Mahony OM, Knowles KE, Braund KG, Averill DR, Frimberger AE. Laryngeal paralysis - polyneuropathy complex in young Rottweilers. J Vet Int Med 12:330-337,1998.

  8. Zemann BI, Moore AS, Rand WM, Mason G, Ruslander DM, Frimberger AE, Wood CA, L’Heureux DA, Gliatto J, Cotter SM. A combination chemotherapy protocol (VELCAP-L) for dogs with lymphoma. J Vet Int Med 12:465-470,1998.

  9. Moore AS, London CA, Wood CA, Williams LE, Cotter SM, L’Heureux DA, Frimberger AE. Lomustine (CCNU) for the treatment of resistant lymphoma in dogs. J Vet Int Med 13:395-398,1999.

  10. Rassnick KM, Frimberger AE, Wood CA, Williams LE, Cotter SM, Moore AS. Evaluation of ifosfamide for treatment of various canine neoplasms. J Vet Int Med 14:271-276,2000.

  11. Frimberger AE, McAuliffe CI, Werme K, Tuft RA, Fogarty KE, Benoit BO, Dooner MS, Quesenberry PJ. The fleet feet of haematopoietic stem cells: rapid motility, interaction, and proteopodia. Br J Haematol 112:644-654,2001.

  12. Frimberger AE, Stering AI, Quesenberry PJ. Characterization of engraftable hematopoietic stem cells in murine long-term bone marrow cultures. Exp Hematol 29:643-652,2001.

  13. Quesenberry PJ, Stewart FM, Becker P, D'Hondt L, Frimberger A, Lambert JF, Colvin GA, Miller C, Heyes C, Abedi M, Dooner M, Carlson J, Reilly J, McAuliffe C, Stencel K, Ballen K, Emmons R, Doyle P, Zhong S, Wang H, Habibian H. Stem cell engraftment strategies. Ann N Y Acad Sci 938:54-62,2001.

  14. Moore AS, Cotter SM, Rand WM, Wood CA, Williams LE, London CA, Frimberger AE, L’Heureux DA. Evaluation of a discontinuous treatment protocol (VELCAP-S) for canine lymphoma. J Vet Int Med 15:348-354,2001.

  15. Frimberger AE, Stering AI, Quesenberry PJ. An in vitro model of hematopoietic stem cell homing demonstrates rapid homing and maintenance of engraftable stem cells. Blood 98:1012-1018,2001.

  16. Berrios VM, Dooner GJ, Nowakowski G, Frimberger A, Valinski H, Quesenberry PJ, Becker PS. The molecular basis for the cytokine-induced defect in homing and engraftment of hematopoietic stem cells. Exp Hematol 29:1326-1335,2001.

  17. Quesenberry P, Habibian H, Dooner M, McAuliffe C, Lambert JF, Colvin G, Miller C, Frimberger A, Becker P. Physical and physiological plasticity of hematopoietic stem cells. Blood Cells Mol Dis. 27:934-937,2001.

  18. Quesenberry PJ, Colvin GA, Lambert JF, Frimberger AE, Dooner MS, McAuliffe CI, Miller C, Becker P, Badiavas E, Falanga VJ, Elfenbein G, Lum LG. The new stem cell biology. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc 113:182-207,2002.

  19. Lambert JF, Colvin GA, Zhong S, Wang H, D'Hondt L, Abedi M, Frimberger AE, Stewart FM, Quesenberry PJ. H2-mismatched transplantation with repetitive cell infusions and CD40 ligand antibody infusions without myeloablation. Brit J Haematol 119:155-163,2002.

  20. Payne SE, Rassnick KM, Northrup NC, Kristal O, Chretin JD, Cotter SM, Kintzer P, Frimberger AE, Morrison-Collister KE, Wood CA, Moore AS. Treatment of vascular and soft-tissue sarcomas in dogs using an alternating protocol of ifosfamide and doxorubicin. Vet Comp Oncol.1:171-9,2003.

  21. Cahalane AK, Payne S, Barber LG, Duda LE, Henry CJ, Mauldin GE, Frimberger AE, Cotter SM, Moore AS. Prognostic factors for survival of dogs with inguinal and perineal mast cell tumors treated surgically with or without adjunctive treatment: 68 cases (1994-2002). J Am Vet Med Assoc 225:401-408,2004.

  22. Brown EM, Ruslander DM, Azuma C, Moore AS, Bentsen AE, Quesenberry PJ, Frimberger AE. A feasibility study of low-dose total body irradiation for relapsed canine lymphoma. Vet Comp Onc 4:75-83,2006.

  23. Frimberger AE, Moore AS, Rassnick KM, Cotter SM, O’Sullivan JL, Quesenberry PJ. A combination chemotherapy protocol with dose intensification and autologous bone marrow transplant (VELCAP-HDC) for canine lymphoma. J Vet Int Med 20:355-64,2006.

  24. Simon D, Ruslander DM, Rassnick KM, Wood CA, Frimberger AE, Cotter SM, King NW, Moore AS. Orthovoltage radiation and weekly low dose of doxorubicin for the treatment of incompletely excised soft-tissue sarcomas in 39 dogs. Vet Record 10:321-6,2007.

  25. Moore AS, Frimberger AE, Sullivan N, Moore PF. Histologic and immunohistochemical review of splenic fibrohistiocytic nodules in dogs. J Vet Int Med. 26:1164-8,2012.

  26. Phalen DN, Frimberger AE, Pyecroft S, Peck S, Harmsen C, Lola S, de Mello Mattos B, Li KM, McLachlan A, Moore AS. Vincristine chemotherapy trials and pharmacokinetics in Tasmanian devils with Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor Disease. PLoS One. 2013 Jun 6;8(6):e65133.

  27. Tran CM, Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Surgical treatment of mammary carcinomas in dogs with or without postoperative chemotherapy. Vet Comp Oncol. 2014 Apr 16. doi: 10.1111/vco.12092. [Epub ahead of print]

  28. Frimberger AE, Tran CM, Moore AS. Canine osteosarcoma treated by post-amputation sequential accelerated doxorubicin and carboplatin chemotherapy: 38 Cases, J Am An Hosp Assoc in press.

  29. Best MP, Frimberger AE. Cytoreduction followed by intraperitoneal and intravenous chemotherapy in a case of canine epithelial ovarian carcinoma with local metastasis. Aust Vet J submitted.

  30. Moore AS, Reppas G, Taylor D, Frimberger AE. Histologic and immunohistochemical review of non-visceral histiocytic sarcomas in dogs. J Vet Internal Med submitted.

 

Invited (Non-refereed) Articles

  1. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Lymphoma in Dogs and the Evolution of Chemotherapy Protocols. The Veterinarian January 29-32 2006.

  2. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. How to Treat the Neutropenic Chemotherapy Patient. The Veterinarian Feb 2007.

  3. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Radiation Therapy: Principles and Side Effects. The Veterinarian May 2007.

  4. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Radiation Therapy: Clinical Uses and Outcomes. The Veterinarian Feb 2008.

  5. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Managing Chemotherapy Patients in Private Practice. The Veterinarian May 2008.

  6. Moore AS, Frimberger AE, Reppas G, Carrigan M. An Oncologist’s Perspective of The Pathologist’s Role in Cancer Management. The Veterinarian July 2008.

  7. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Staging for Dogs and Cats with Cancer (Why Should I Run All Those Tests?). The Veterinarian Oct 2008.

  8. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Mammary Carcinomas in Dogs. The Veterinarian Feb 2009.

  9. Edwards N, Frimberger AE. Emotional Aspects of Working with Cancer Patients in Veterinary Practice. Part 1. Understanding and Supporting a Pet Owner’s Needs. The Veterinarian May 2009.

  10. Edwards N, Frimberger AE. Emotional Aspects of Working with Cancer Patients in Veterinary Practice. Part 2 - The Veterinary Cancer Care Team. The Veterinarian June 2009.

  11. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. A Clinical Oncology Perspective on the Use of Serum Biochemistry Analysis, Urinalysis, & Ancillary Tests in Cancer Patients. The Veterinarian Small Animal Special issue, August 2009.

  12. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in Veterinary Medicine. The Veterinarian April 2010.

  13. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. An Interpretive Summary of 9 Commonly Used Anticancer Chemotherapy Drugs. The Veterinarian August 2010.

  14. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. When A Mediastinal Mass Is Not Lymphoma: Thymoma in Dogs and Cats. The Veterinarian December 2010.

  15. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Chemotherapy Safety and Administration Issues in Veterinary Medicine. The Veterinarian March 2011.

  16. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Understanding the Histiocytic Diseases in Dogs. The Veterinarian July 2011.

  17. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Canine Melanoma; Treatment Options For A Difficult Disease. The Veterinarian August 2011.

  18. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. The New and Increasing Role of Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors in Veterinary Oncology: Masitinib (Masivet) and Toceranib (Palladia). The Veterinarian February 2012.

  19. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Splenic Haemangiosarcoma in Dogs: Prognosis and Treatment. The Veterinarian August 2012.

  20. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Oral Tumours in Cats. The Veterinarian May 2013.

  21. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Advances in Care for Canine Lymphoma. The Veterinarian August 2013.

  22. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Equine Sarcoids: recent advances in approaches to treatment. The Veterinarian November 2013.

  23. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Treatment for Feline Lymphoma. The Veterinarian March 2014.

  24. Moore AS, Frimberger AE. Epitheliotropic T-cell lymphoma in dogs. The Veterinarian August 2014.

  25. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. The marrow madness of cats: classifying feline myelodysplastic syndromes and leukemias. The Veterinarian December 2014.

  26. Frimberger AE, Moore AS. Canine urinary tract transitional cell carcinoma. The Veterinarian March 2015.

 

Invited Presentations

2000

“Hematopoietic Stem Cell Biology and Transplantation: Basic and Translational Studies”. February 4, 2000. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY, NY.

“Hematopoietic Stem Cells: Basic and Translational Studies”. September 27, 2000. Mari Lowe Cancer Center Seminar Series, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

 

2001

“Hematopoietic Stem Cells in Research and Patient Care”. February 27, 2001. Scott-Ritchey Research Center, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn, AL.

“Bone Marrow Transplantation-Based Experimental Therapies for Canine Lymphoma Patients”. May 22, 2001. “Genes, Dogs, and Cancer: Emerging Concepts in Molecular Diagnosis and Therapy” Meeting, Keystone, CO.

 

2002

“Advances in Treating Mast Cell Tumors”, “New Drugs for Treatment and Palliation of the Oncology Patient”, “New Treatment Strategies for Lymphoma in Dogs”, “Angiogenesis Inhibitors”, “Chemotherapy Safety for Technicians and Clients”. January 12 - 16, 2002. North American Veterinary Conference, Orlando, FL.

“New Protocols for Canine Lymphoma” September 12 - 15, 2002 Tufts Animal Expo, Boston, MA.

 

2003

“How Best to Approach Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs”, “New Treatment Strategies for Canine Lymphoma”, “New Approaches to Cancer Treatment”, “Treating Osteosarcoma in Dogs”. March 4 – 7, 2003. Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine International Oncology Symposium, Nassau, Bahamas.

 

2004

“Canine Lymphoma”, “Bone Marrow Transplantation in Lymphoma”, “Palliative Care of the
Cancer Patient”. July 2 – 4, 2004. Australian College of Veterinary Scientists College Science Week, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

“Canine Lymphoma”. July 24, 2004. The Animal Referral Hospital Oncology Forum, Coogee, New South Wales, Australia.

“Principles of Oncology”, “Carcinomas”, “Sarcomas”, “Mast Cell Tumours”. August 8 – 13, 2004. Winter Veterinary Conference, Lake Crackenback, New South Wales, Australia.

“Canine Lymphoma”. September 1, 2004. Western Australia Veterinary Association, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

 

2005

“Canine Lymphoma” “Bone Marrow Transplantation Overview”. April 29, 2005. Advanced Oncology Postgraduate Course, University of Missouri School of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia Missouri, USA.

“Isn’t It Just a Recipe? Chemotherapy in Pets” (co-presenter), “Advances in Treating Mast Cell Tumours”. July 1, 2005. Australian College of Veterinary Scientists College Science Week, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

“Advances in Treating Canine Mast Cell Tumours”. November 2, 2005. Australian Veterinary Association Branch Seminar, Parramatta, NSW, Australia.

 

2006

“Treating Cancer in General Practice” (co-presenter), November 2, 2006. Australian Veterinary Association Year-End Dinner, Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia.

 

2007

“Managing chemotherapy patients in private practice: practical tips.” (Co-presenter), “Managing chemotherapy patients in private practice: patient management.” (Co-presenter), “Mast cell tumors: Do I need to do anything else?” June 6-9 2007. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 25th Annual Forum, Seattle, WA, USA.

 

2008

“An oncologist’s clinical perspective of pathology” (co-presenter), “New Perspective in Canine Lymphoma”. July 5, 2008. Australian College of Veterinary Scientists College Science Week, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

 

2009

“Getting the Most from Your Tumor Histopathology Report.” (Co-presenter), “Hematology Monitoring For Small Animal Cancer Patients.” (Co-presenter), “Serum Biochemistry Analysis & Urinalysis in Small Animal Cancer Patients” (co-presenter), “Ancillary Laboratory Testing in Small Animal Cancer Patients” (co-presenter). June 3-6 2009. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 27th Annual Forum, Montreal, Canada.

“Advances in Medical Management of Canine Mast Cell Tumours”. August 4 & 5, 2009. The Animal Referral Hospital Continuing Education Seminar Series, Campbelltown & Lilyfield, NSW, Australia.

"A Brief Overview of Veterinary Oncology (yes dogs get cancer too!)" (Co-presenter) December 3, 2009. The North Coast Cancer Institute In-service rounds, Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia.

 

2010

“Practical Chemotherapy in Small Animals 1: What Chemotherapy Can Do For Your Patients and Your Practice”, “Practical Chemotherapy in Small Animals 2: Keeping it Safe and Fun!” May 25, 2010. Pan Pacific Veterinary Conference 2010, Brisbane, Queensland.

 

2011

“Oncology in Private Practice” May 18, 2011. Australian Veterinary Association Illawarra Branch Annual General Meeting, Wollongong, NSW, Australia.

“The Role of Metabolic Manipulation in Cancer Therapy”, “Chemotherapy Preparation & Administration Safety Issues” June 18, 2011. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 29th Annual Forum, Denver, CO, USA.

“Hot Topics in Oncology”. July 2, 2011. Australian College of Veterinary Scientists College Science Week, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

“Standard of Care in Canine Osteosarcoma”, “Chemotherapy in Private Practice Part 1”, “Chemotherapy in Private Practice Part 2”. October 14-17 2011. 36th World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress, Jeju, Korea.

 

2012

“Update on Mast Cell Tumours”. January 19 2012. Pfizer Animal Health In-house Continuing Education Series, West Ryde NSW.

“New Medication Launch Media Outreach Campaign”. (Palladia) February 2012 - March 2012; various venues – print, radio and television interviews including

  • Daily Telegraph; The Inner West Courier (Sydney)

  • ABC Radio Melbourne

  • Channel 10 “Breakfast”

“Palladia Launch”. March 13 & 14, 2012. Pfizer Animal Health Continuing Education for Veterinarians, Homebush NSW.

“Introduction to Palladia” Podcast. June 15 2012. Pfizer Animal Health podcast interview.

“Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors: Toceranib And Masitinib – How Do They Fit Into Veterinary Oncology Practice?”. June 30, 2012. Australian College of Veterinary Scientists College Science Week, Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

“Oncology is Easy and Fun: Principles of Diagnosis, Treatment & Management” (co-presenter), “Not All Lumps Are Lipomas: Mast Cell Tumours”, “Safety First: Handling Chemotherapy Drugs”, “The Difficult Part: Emotional Support for Clients”, “Progress in the War on Cancer: New Treatments”. September 7-9, 2012. Australian Veterinary Association Regional Conference, Dubbo, NSW.

 

2013

“Oncology is Easy and Fun: Principles of Diagnosis, Treatment & Management” (co-presenter), “New Perspectives on Canine Lymphoma” “Mast Cell Tumours: New Grading, New Treatments”. April 19, 2013. Cape Town, South Africa. “Oncology is Easy and Fun: Principles of Diagnosis, Treatment & Management” (co-presenter), “New Perspectives on Canine Lymphoma” “Mast Cell Tumours: New Grading, New Treatments”, “Soft Tissue Sarcomas in Dogs and Cats”, “Progress in the War on Cancer: New Treatments”, “How to Get the Most from Your Pathology Report” (co-presenter), “Case Management: Lessons Learned” (co-presenter) April 27-28, 2013. Didima, South Africa. National Veterinary Clinicians Group of South Africa Conference

“One Woman’s Journey” May 23, 2013. Women In Educational Leadership Monthly Meeting, Port Macquarie, NSW.

“Canine Osteosarcoma Outcomes with Sequential Doxorubicin - Carboplatin Chemotherapy” June 14, 2013. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 31st Annual Forum, Seattle, WA, USA.

 

2014

“Epitheliotropic T-cell lymphoma in dogs” June 6, 2014. American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine 32nd Annual Forum, Nashville, TN, USA.

 

Honors & Awards

1982 - 1986 University of Connecticut

  • Associate membership in Sigma Xi and Phi Beta Kappa

  • Olin Foundation Award for outstanding potential in molecular biology research

  • Graduation with Honors

1986 - 1990 University of Pennsylvania

  • Dean's list for all semesters and election of Phi Zeta Honor Society after year 2

  • "Class of 1956" Medal in Pathology

  • Graduation summa cum laude

1995 Tufts University

  • "Jules and Lucy Silver" Clinical Bedside Manner Award

1996 New England Cancer Society

  • 57th Annual Meeting Residents and Fellows Competition

  • Prize for Best Basic Research Presentation

1996 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

  • Specialty Board Certification in Oncology

1997 University of Massachusetts

  • “Our Danny Cancer Fund” Research Fellowship Award

1998 International Society for Experimental Hematology

  • Travel Award for 27th Annual Meeting

1998 University of Massachusetts

  • “Our Danny Cancer Fund” Research Fellowship Award

1999 New England Cancer Society

  • 60th Annual Meeting Residents and Fellows Competition

  • Special Recognition for Poster Presentation

2001 International Society for Experimental Hematology

  • Travel Award for 30th Annual Meeting

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