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Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at Oklahoma State University, is offering a one-year clinical internship in companion animal (equine and canine) theriogenology to commence on or before June 15, 2024 through June 30, 2025.
The intent of the program is to provide a graduate veterinarian with the opportunity to gain greater experience in equine and small animal theriogenology in preparation for practice, admission into a clinical residency program, or advanced graduate studies. This program is devoted to participation in the theriogenology service of the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) Ranch and the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH).
The service rotation consists of assisting senior clinicians and residents in reproductive cases in equine, small animal and Ranch based food animal species. Technical skills and clinical judgment will be obtained through supervised case management, participation in research projects and attendance at rounds and seminars. Participation of at least one original research project is required. Graduation from an AVMA accredited college of veterinary medicine, or the holding of a certificate from the educational commission for foreign veterinary graduates is required for consideration.
The Theriogenology section at OSU is comprised of four Theriogenologists, holding board certification and/or Ph.Ds. We strive to offer a strong comparative program through a developing small animal caseload, a perennially busy equine caseload, and specialty practice food animal caseload and experiences. We have a long history of a strong client caseload in mare fertility and breeding management, also including assisted reproduction technologies such as transvaginal oocyte aspiration, ET, etc. In small animals we offer transcervical insemination, culture and biopsy services, semen analysis and freezing, as part of and in addition to our infertility, breeding, and whelping management program. Of note, resident herds of horses (mares and stallions) and cattle are kept at the OSU CVM Ranch for deep hands-on experience with breeding management, semen analysis and freezing, as well as teaching and research purposes.
Stillwater is a great place to live and was named one of the best small towns in America. We are a university town situated between Oklahoma City and Tulsa with an easy 1-hour commute to either city. There are opportunities for cultural, sporting, entertainment, and recreational activities. Stillwater has outstanding public schools and is an excellent place to live. The city has been recognized by numerous organizations for providing a high quality of life (http://stillwater.org/page/home/community). If you are seeking a collaborative and supportive environment for your career goals, Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine is the place to be!
Review of applicants will begin upon receipt of applications and will continue until the position is filled. Applications including letter of intent with statement of professional goals, curriculum vitae, and three names of references and contact information should be submitted at https://okstate.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=16877&site=8.
For inquiries please contact: Dr. Reed Holyoak or Dr. Dale Kelley, Veterinary Clinical Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
A DVM degree or its equivalent is required from either an AVMA accredited college of veterinary medicine, or the holding of a certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) is required for consideration.
Foreign applicants will be considered for employment if eligible for post completion OPT (Optional Practical Training) or if from Canada or Mexico and are eligible for a TN Visa. Applicants from Mexico require an additional step in obtaining approval for the TN. They are required to schedule an appointment with the embassy for stamp approval whereas Canadian applicants do not need an appointment and receive their stamp of approval at the border.