Internships & Residencies
Research at the college covers the gamut of living organismsfrom bacteria to toxins to virtually all animal species, including humans. It encompasses sciences ranging from complex molecular biology to epidemiology to applied medicine to public health and economics.
The focus of study, service, and discovery here is to improve health in the broadest sense: the health of animals, of people, and of the environment. The College of Veterinary Medicine bridges the gap between basic and applied science, translating findings from the laboratory into useful therapies in the clinical setting.
In addition to more than 400 veterinary students, the College enrolls about 100 graduate students, postdoctoral research associates, and clinical medicine residents and interns. The overarching theme of study at the College is “Translational Biomedical Research”: the process of applying ideas, insights, and discoveries generated through basic scientific inquiry to the treatment or prevention of disease.
From anesthesiology to zoo pathology, internship & residency studies at the College of Veterinary Medicine engage students in real-world issues in translational biomedical research
internship Program Areas:
anesthesiology, cardiology, dermatology, emergency and critical care, oncology, ophthalmology, medicine, radiology/imaging, and surgery.
Equine Medicine and Surgery section,
and the Farm Animal Reproduction, Medicine, and Surgery section.
Areas of Residency Programs:
Imaging and Radiation Therapy
Small Animal Medicine
Small Animal Specialty Medicine (oncology, dermatology)
Small Animal Surgery
Zoological and Aquatic Animal Residency
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