The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking applications from individuals with a DVM or its equivalent and relevant experience at the time the appointment begins. Veterinary Fellowship positions become available periodically under a variety of research grants and projects in the College. Positions are non-tenure track and are available for a minimum of one year as full time 12 month appointment with renewal possible. Responsibilities include but are not limited to working with animals and performing the following: -Health Maintenance and clinical veterinary oversight duties for project animals. -Maintenance of health records and clinical assessments in accordance with standard operating procedures. -Veterinary care and oversight of technical and laboratory procedures. -Supervision of project personnel or students regarding care and use of animals. -After hours and emergency care of project animals as required. -Responsibility for veterinary expertise, oversight and assistance in any associated project activities as required. Interests in biomedical research at Auburn target a fundamental niche in animal and human health, the life sciences, and production agriculture. Learn more about ongoing research in the CVM at: http://www.vetmed.auburn.edu/research/.
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