|Residency Position at The Division of Comparative Medicine and Laboratory Animal Facilities (CMLAF) at the State University of New York
|Date Posted||Thursday, 29 May 2008|
The Division of Comparative Medicine and Lab Animal Facilities (CMLAF)
State University of New York at Buffalo
LABORATORY ANIMAL MEDICINE
The Division of Comparative Medicine and Laboratory Animal Facilities (CMLAF) at the State University of New York at Buffalo is seeking candidates for an ACLAM accredited Residency Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine. CMLAF, through a Veterinary Director (ACLAM Diplomate), 2 Veterinarians, and a staff of 30 supports multi-disciplinary biomedical research in approximately 100,000 sf of AAALAC accredited facilities at two campuses and 1affiliated institution. The CMLAF maintains most species used in research and is equipped with multiple procedure rooms, surgical suites, a radiology suite and diagnostic labs.
The Resident will report to the Clinical Veterinarian and work with three veterinary technicians. Duties will include anesthesia, surgery, veterinary medicine, collaboration with researchers, IACUC duties, resource management, and other duties at the discretion of the Director. In addition, the Resident will be expected to participate in their own research project suitable for publication, teaching and training, and to complete a didactic program in laboratory animal medicine. The emphasis of the three-year program is on acquiring skills and experience that would be relevant to completing requirements for ACLAM Board eligibility. Further information is available at http://www.research.buffalo.edu/laf/resources/vet_residency.cfm
Additional information is available by contacting Dr. Lisa Martin, Director P: (716) 829-2919: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). The successful candidate will be a graduate from an accredited school, have a DVM and be eligible to obtain a license in New York State. All applications should contain: a curriculum vitae; a statement of goals and interests; complete academic transcripts; and contact details of 3 persons willing to provide letters of evaluation.
SUNY at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
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Dr. Lisa Martin, Director
Contact Phone: (716) 829-2919
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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