Job Book for CALIFORNIA 

Date Posted:July 7, 2014
Contact Person:Dr. Ofer Cherbinsky
Practice Name:Atascadero Pet Hospital & Emergency Center
Address:9575 El Camino Rd
Atascadero, CA 93422
Phone:(805)466-3880
E-Mail:office@apetcenter.com
Practice Type:Emergency
Job Type:Associate
Atascadero Pet Hospital & Emergency Center is seeking a full-time board certified Internal Medicine doctor or a board qualified candidate. Our hospital is located in Atascadero, California, midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles in an area considered by many residents to be a hidden California gem. This is a great place for the internist that wants to combine great quality medicine with a great quality of life in a semi-rural environment. We are located in the Paso Robles wine region, which was elected as the 2013 wine region of the year by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Consistently pleasant weather makes it easy to stay active outdoors. Great hiking opportunities are to be found everywhere, along with many other activities, such as, hunting and fishing. We are 20 minutes away from kayaking, surfing, and the wonderful beaches of Morro Bay, Cayucos, and Pismo Beach, just to name a few. Within 4 hours you can visit the Sierra Mountains, Yosemite, or Big Sur. Nearby San Luis Obispo is a college town that adds additional culture and hipster edge, if desired. All of this comes with a very reasonable cost of living by California standards and a gridlock will only be a distant memory once you drive on our freeways. Even Oprah has called San Luis Obispo the happiest city in America. Collaborate with an experienced and enthusiastic group of veterinarians and support staff to provide a team based approach to patient care and client services. Many of our staff have been with us for more than five years, so you will appreciate being a part of a stable team, as well as the family-like atmosphere that is fostered here. Our facility features: digital radiology, ultrasound, endoscopy, in-house laboratory, advanced monitoring, ventilator, hyperbaric oxygen chamber and onsite CT and MRI. We offer and excellent salary and benefits package, which includes health insurance, professional dues, continuing education and a 401K plan We do not believe in production based compensation since we want to promote a team approach for the general benefit of the pet and owner. If interested, please contact Dr. Ofer Cherbinsky at 805-466-3880 or by email at: office@apetcenter.com
Date Posted:June 17, 2014
Contact Person:Dr. Donald Krawiec
Practice Name:California Veterinary Specialists
E-Mail:cvscarlsbad@calvetspec.com
Practice Type:Referral
Job Type:Internship
California Veterinary Specialists Seeks Internal Medicine Specialist - Southern California animal hospital is seeking a board qualified or board certified specialist in internal medicine to join our team in our Carlsbad location. Carlsbad is a beautiful coastal community in Northern San Diego County. CVS is a well-established 24 hour specialty, emergency and referral hospital committed to excellence and the highest quality available. Specialty departments include emergency, surgery, oncology, cardiology, imaging, dermatology, internal medicine, dentistry and ophthalmology. Our family of specialists, dedicated emergency clinicians, and experienced staff provide a unique team approach to deliver the most comprehensive care available to our patients. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications, and we provide a generous benefits package. Please contact Dr. Donald Krawiec at cvscarlsbad@calvetspec.com for more information
Date Posted:April 9, 2014
Practice Name:UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA 956168734
Phone:(530)752-1363
Fax:(530)752-0414
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Faculty
Position Available: Assistant Professor of Clinical Small Animal Internal Medicine (2 Positions Available). Qualifications: Veterinarian with advanced training in small animal internal medicine. Board certification is preferred. Eligibility in the American or European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Small Animal is required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience in teaching, particularly clinical instruction, required. Documented record of creative scholarship and evidence of clinical research activity in small animal internal medicine is required. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. Responsibilities: Clinical: The position includes a 70% clinical commitment to the Small Animal Service of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VMTH). The individual will be responsible for directing, instructing and supervising veterinary students and residents; providing health care and service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Teaching: The primary teaching responsibility will consist of clinical teaching in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) including direct daily supervision and instruction of senior students in small animal internal medicine. Other responsibilities include: 1) participation in lectures and laboratories in the DVM professional curriculum; and 2) participation in the graduate clinical (house officer/ resident) training program of the VMTH. Professional Competence: Advance the discipline within the VMTH , as well as locally and nationally, through participation and leadership in providing high quality patient care in the hospital environment. Expected to establish reputation for clinical excellence and to promote the VMTH through consolations with referring veterinarians and local continuing education seminars, depending on the level of appointment. Must demonstrate clinical competence and be recognized for accomplishment in clinical practice. Creative Scholarship: Faculty are expected to advance the clinical discipline through creation and dissemination of new knowledge in appropriate publications. Creative/scholarly activities are required for individuals in this appointment series, but in view of the increased responsibilities for clinical service and teaching, the type of scholarly activity may focus primarily on integrating/improving clinical care, conducting clinical research studies, and/or improving veterinary medicine educations. Service: School and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, containing education and other appropriate means is required. Application Process: To receive fullest consideration, applicants must be received by May 31,2014; position open until filled. Interested applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications and experience and career goals; 2) Curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. Application materials may be submitted by using the University's online submission program: https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00250
Date Posted:March 19, 2014
Contact Person:Dinah Greenstreet
Practice Name:UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA 956168745
Phone:(530)752-9774
Fax:(530)752-6042
E-Mail:dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Associate
Want: Assistant/Associate Professor of Clinical Diagnostic Imaging. Veterinarian with advanced training in diagnostic imaging. Board certification or eligibility to take the certifying examination of the American College of Veterinary Radiology or the practical examination of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging by the date of the appointment is required. Clinical experience and competence in diagnostic imaging is required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience in teaching, particularly clinical instruction is required. Documented record of creative scholarship or potential to develop an independent clinical research program in diagnostic imaging is required. Must possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. Responsibilities: Clinical: The position includes a 70% clinical commitment to the Diagnostic Imaging Service of the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH). Individual will be responsible for directing, instructing and supervising veterinary students and residents; providing health care and service to in house and referral patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Teaching: The primary teaching responsibility will be direct daily supervision and instruction of senior students n diagnostic imaging. Other responsibilities include: 1) participation in lectures and laboratories in the DVM professional curriculum; 2) clinical teaching in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH); 3) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH. Professional Competence: Advance the discipline within the VMTH, as well as locally and nationally through participation and leadership in providing high quality patient care in the hospital environment. Expected to establish reputation for clinical excellence locally, regionally and nationally, depending upon level of appointment. Must demonstrate clinical competence and be recognized for accomplishment in a focused area of clinical practice. Creative Scholarship: Faculty are expected to advance the clinical discipline through creation and dissemination of new knowledge with documentation in peer-reviewed publications. Creative/scholarly activities are required for individuals in this series, but in view of the increased responsibilities for clinical service and teaching, the type of scholarly activity may focus primarily on integrating/improving clinical care, conducting clinical research studies, and/or improving veterinary medical education. Service: University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate means is expected. To receive full consideration, applications must be submitted by April 15, 2014. Position is open until filled. To begin the application process, interested applicants should register online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu and submit the following materials: 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications, experience and career goals; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. For questions about the application process please contact: Dinah Greenstreet (email: dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu) Management Services Officer IV Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine University of California Davis, CA 95616-8745 Phone (530) 752-9774; Fax (530) 752-6042
Date Posted:March 19, 2014
Contact Person:Dinah Greenstreet
Practice Name:UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA 956168745
Phone:(530)752-9774
Fax:(530)752-6042
E-Mail:dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Associate
Wanted: Assistant/Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging. Veterinarian with advanced training in Diagnostic Imaging. Board certification or eligibility for certification in the American College of Veterinary Radiology or European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging by the date of appointment is required. PhD or advanced training in research is preferred. Clinical experience and competence in more than one of the following areas in Diagnostic Imaging is required: Large Animal and Small animal Radiology, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Small Animal Ultrasound. Demonstrated aptitude and experience for teaching veterinary students and training residents is required. A clinical and/or research interest in advancing the field of musculoskeletal imaging is preferred. Documented research record or potential to develop an independent research program is required. Must Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. Teaching: Responsibilities include: 1) Participation in lectures, discussion sessions and laboratories in the DVM professional curriculum; 2) clinical teaching in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH); 3) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH; and 4) participation in the graduate academic programs (MS and PhD) of the campus. Clinical: The position includes a 50% clinical commitment to the Diagnostic Imaging Service of the VMTH. The individual will be responsible for directing , instructing and supervising veterinary students and house officers; providing diagnostic imaging service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Research: The development of a creative, independent and productive basic and/or clinically oriented research program in diagnostic imaging is a fundamental and indispensable requirement of the position, including publication of results in professional/scientific journals. Individual will provide leadership in directing research projects of veterinary students, residents and graduate students. Service: University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate means is expected. To receive full consideration, applications must be submitted by April 15, 2014. Position is open until filled. To begin the application process, interested applicants should register online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu and submit the following materials: 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications, experience and career goals; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. For questions about the application process please contact: Dinah Greenstreet (email: dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu) Management Services Officer IV Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine University of California Davis, CA 95616-8745 Phone (530) 752-9774; Fax (530) 752-6042
Date Posted:March 12, 2014
Contact Person:Dinah Greenstreet
Practice Name:UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA 956168745
Phone:(530)752-9774
Fax:(530)752-6042
E-Mail:dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Associate
Looking for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Veterinary Ophthalmology (Tenure Track Position). Qualifications: Veterinarian board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists/American Board of Veterinary Ophthalmology required. PhD or advanced research training in vision science required. Documented research record or potential as a creative scientist and potential to advance the field of vision science required. Expertise in advanced imaging and biology of the anterior segment of the eye preferred. Documented aptitude/experience in clinical instruction of DVM students and resident in veterinary ophthalmology and the ability to develop creative instructional programs for graduate students in the classroom and laboratory required. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. Responsibilities: Teaching: Responsibilities include: 1) participation in lectures and laboratories of the core and elective courses and ophthalmic components of other courses in the DVM professional curriculum; 2) Clinical teaching in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) and School of Medicine; 3) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH; and 4) participation in the graduate academic programs (MS and PhD) of the campus. Clinical: This position includes a 50% clinical commitment to the Ophthalmology Service of the VMTH but is negotiable depending on the level of research funding and activity. The individual will be responsible for directing, instructing and supervising veterinary students and house officers; providing health care and service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Additionally, the individual will be responsible for the medical and surgical management of ophthalmic diseases of all species brought to or cared for by the VMTH. Research: The development of a creative, independent and productive basic and/or clinically-oriented research program in vision science, including publication of results in professional/scientific journals is a fundamental and indispensable requirement of the position. Individual will provide leadership in directing research projects of residents and graduate students. Development of an independent extramurally-funded research program is expected. Service: University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate means is required. To receive full consideration, applications must be submitted by April 15, 2014. Position is open until filled. To begin the application process, interested applicants should register online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu and submit the following materials: 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications, experience and career goals; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. For questions about the application process please contact: Dinah Greenstreet (email: dgreenstreet@ucdavis.edu) Management Services Officer IV Department of Surgical and Radiological Sciences School of Veterinary Medicine University of California Davis, CA 95616-8745 Phone (530) 752-9774; Fax (530) 752-6042
Date Posted:February 19, 2014
Practice Name:UC Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA
Phone:(530)752-1363
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Associate
Position Available: Assistant or Associate Professor of Aquatic Animal Health. Veterinarian (or equivalent) with advanced training in Aquatic Animal Health (AAH) with an emphasis on fish health. PhD and documented research record or potential to develop an independent research program in AAH, is required. Clinical experience and competence in AAH id required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience or potential in teaching is required. Evidence of leadership, including excellent communication and interpersonal skills is required. Board certification or eligibility for the American College of Zoological Medicine, American College of Veterinary Microbiology, American College of Veterinary Pathologists, or American College of Preventative Medicine is preferred. Certification in American Fisheries Society Fish Health Section is encouraged. Responsibilities include: Research: The position requires the development of a creative, independent and productive basic and/or applied research program in AAH. This includes establishing a strong extramurally funded laboratory, training of graduate academic and clinical students and publication in peer-reviewed scientific/professional journals. Areas of research focus could include microbiology, virology, immunology, population health and/or pathology. Clinical: The position includes a 25% commitment to AAH Service of the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital (VMTH). The individual will be responsible for directing, instructing and supervising veterinary students and house officers; providing health care and service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. Teaching: Responsibilities include 1) participation in the graduate academic programs (MS and PhD) of the campus. ; 2) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH; and 3) clinical teaching in the VMTH; participation in lectures and laboratories in the DVM professional curriculum. Service: University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate means is required. To receive fullest consideration, applications must be received by March 31, 2014; position open until filled. Interested applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications and experience and career goals; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. Application materials may be submitted by using the University's online submission program, https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00238
Date Posted:February 11, 2014
Contact Person:Staci Slaght
Practice Name:UC Davis College of Veterinary Medicine
Phone:(559)688-1731
E-Mail:sslaght@ucdavis.edu
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Residency
Residency Program in Dairy Production Medicine- Application Deadline is February 28th 2014 Objectives: 1. To provide advanced training in dairy production medicine and herd health for careers in advanced dairy practice, dairy consulting practice, food animal academic positions, or industry, depending on the needs of the resident. 2. To provide clinical teaching experience. 3. To provide experience in designing and implementing a research project. 4. To provide graduate training and an advanced degree. 5. Time in the program could count toward possible board certification in: ABVP - Dairy Specialty; ACVPM - Preventive Veterinary Medicine; or Theriogenology, depending on the needs of the resident. Justification: The Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center (VMTRC) is located in the heart of California's dairy industry. Tulare County is the leading milk production county in California, home to over 300 dairies with an average herd size of over 1,650 milk cows. In 2012, the County's revenue for milk was over $2 billion. Tulare County is home to many bovine feedlots for dairy beef production and heifer replacement rearing. The Dairy Production Medicine residency program is situated in this unique area and taps into these important resources. In addition to clinical training in dairy production medicine, this residency provides candidates with quantitative skills that can be utilized in the interest of controlling and preventing economically important diseases and improving the efficiency of dairy cattle production. Other skills developed including applied computer science, health management and food safety issues. Currently residents completing the program receive a residency certificate, the Master of Preventive Medicine (MPVM) degree, and will be qualified for employment in progressive dairy practices; academic positions in dairy medicine or reproduction, especially where epidemiology and/or preventive medicine is emphasized; in industry; and for leadership positions in public sector regulatory veterinary medicine. The MPVM degree program involves three academic quarters of coursework. The MPVM program emphasizes epidemiology and biostatistics, and provides for a variety of elective courses in nutrition, computer science, animal health economics, etc. A publishable, written thesis involving the use of MPVM-acquired quantitative skills is a requirement of the program. Examples of thesis topics include clinical trials, prevalence studies, sensitivity analyses for diagnostic tests, cost-benefit assessments, and decision-tree analyses for problem solving actual herd problems. The MPVM program can be done either on the Davis campus or through a combination of work at the Davis campus and distance learning via videoconference at the VMTRC. Residents will be required to pay tuition for the MPVM Program. If interested, the resident may pursue a Masters of Business Administration at the Craig School of Business, at the California State University, Fresno, Located 50 miles from the VMTRC. Residents will be required to pay tuition for the MBA Program. Qualifications Required of Applicants: Applicants must have a DVM or equivalent degree. Preferably, applicant must have completed a one-year internship or have one year of experience with dairy cattle. Though not necessary, practice is considered favorably, in lieu of formal internship training. Duration: The duration of the residency program is 3 years. Renewal for the second and third years will be contingent upon satisfactory performance. Application Procedure: Selection will not utilize the Veterinary Internship/Residency Matching Program (VIRMP). For application procedures, salary and benefits, and other information about the residency, please see Application and General Information. If you visit the VMTRC, please contact Staci Slaght (559-688-1731) before your arrival. Resident selection will be done at the VMTRC. The VMTH and VMTRC are committed to building strong relationships with its constituents. A major part of the residents' duties, therefore, includes timely communication with referring veterinarians and clients. The University of California, Davis, and the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and the Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.
Date Posted:February 7, 2014
Contact Person:Dr. Johanna Watson
Practice Name:UC Davis College of Veterinary Medicine
Address:
Davis, CA 956168734
Phone:(530)752-1363
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Faculty
Assistant Professor of Clinical Cardiology is currently available at the school of veterinary medicine at the University of California, Davis. Applicants must hold a DVM or equivalent degree. Board certification or eligibility in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Cardiology or the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Cardiology is required. Clinical experience and competence in Cardiology is required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience in teaching in a clinical setting is required. Most possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. The responsibilities are as follows: The position includes a 70% clinical commitment to the Cardiology Service in the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH). The individual will be responsible for direction, instructing and supervising veterinary students and residents in Cardiology topics; providing health care and service to patients; and advising and consulting with referring veterinarians and clients. The primary teaching responsibility will be direct daily supervision and clinical instruction of senior veterinary students rotating on the Cardiology Service. Other responsibilities include: 1) clinical teaching in the VMTH; 2) participation in the graduate clinical (resident) training program of the VMTH and 3) participation in lectures, laboratories and other educational activities in the DVM professional curriculum. Will advance the discipline of cardiology within the VMTH, as well as locally and nationally, through participation and leadership in providing high quality patient care in the hospital environment. Expected to establish reputation for clinical excellence locally, regionally, and nationally, depending upon level of appointment. Applicants must demonstrate clinical competence in medical and interventional cardiology. Candidates are expected to advance the clinical discipline through creation and dissemination of new knowledge with documentation in peer-reviewed publications. Creative/scholarly activities are required for individuals in this series, but in view of the increased responsibilities for clinical service and teaching, the type of scholarly activity may focus primarily on integrating/improving clinical care, conducting clinical research studies, and/or improving veterinary medical education. University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, and other appropriate means are required. Active participation and engagement in developing/maintaining continuing education activities of the VMTH as it relates to cardiology are required. To receive full consideration, applications must be received by March 31, 2014; position open until filled. Interested applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications and experience and career goals; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. Applications materials may be submitted by using the University's online submission program, https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00230
Date Posted:January 28, 2014
Contact Person:Dr. Richard Nreimeyer
Practice Name:California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory System
Address:P.O. Box 1770
Davis, CA 956171700
Phone:(530)752-8700
Fax:(530)752-6253
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Residency
Positions available are an Avian Diagnostician and Asst/Assoc/Full Professor of clinical Diagnostics Medicine in the California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory System (CAHFS) and appropriate department, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis. The qualifications include: DVM or equivalent with advanced training in avian diseases required. Board certification or eligibility by the American College of Poultry Veterinarians or American College Veterinary Pathologists required. Demonstrated ability in gross pathology required. Knowledge of poultry production required. Demonstrated interest, aptitude, and capability in avian diagnostic disciplines, disease investigation and experience in diagnostic interpretation required. Ph.D. degree in veterinary pathology or related field preferred. Demonstrated ability in microscopic pathology preferred. Knowledge of quality assurance, food safety practices, molecular diagnostics and bacteriology desired. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere and to communicate effectively with the poultry industry. Responsibilities include: Diagnostic Service: The candidate will function as an avian diagnostician in a primarily poultry regional diagnostic laboratory in Turlock, CA. Interaction with veterinarians and livestock and poultry producers is required. Emphasis will be placed on diagnosis of diseases affecting poultry and other avian species. The candidate will provide consultation to veterinarians and poultry producers. The ability to work productively and collaboratively in a multi-disciplinary setting is essential. Research: Creative use of diagnostic case material including publication of results in appropriate journals is essential. Teaching: the incumbent will have limited teaching responsibilities to veterinary students, graduate students, and residents. Service: University and public service through committee work, participation in professional organizations, continuing education and other appropriate activities is required. Application Process: To receive fullest consideration, applications must be received by March 31, 2014; position open until filled. Interested applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications, experiences, career goals and if you wish to be considered for one or both positions; 2) curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and addresses of three professional references. Applications material may be submitted by using the University's online submission program at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF00224, or a hard copy can be sent to Dr. Richard Breitmeyer, Director, California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System, P.O. Bok 1770, Davis, CA 95617-1770
Date Posted:January 15, 2014
Contact Person:Dr. Kent Osborn
Address:
La Jolla, CA 92093
Phone:(858)822-3387
E-Mail:kgosborn@ucsd.edu
Practice Type:University
Job Type:Residency
Positions Available for UCSD Residency in Laboratory Animal Medicine Program Title: UCSD Postdoctoral Training Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine Grant Number: R25 OD016569 Sponsor: NIH Office of Research Infrastructure Programs Comparative Medicine The Center for Veterinary Sciences and Comparative Medicine offers a residency program in Laboratory Animal Medicine that provides research education for veterinarians pursuing a career in Laboratory Animal Medicine. This is a three year training program. The objective is to prepare veterinarians to be competent and proficient in the field of Laboratory Animal Medicine. In addition to training in the skills and tasks in laboratory animal medicine and in research animal care and use program management, this award specifically supports candidates to be trained to support biomedical investigations with an emphasis on performing collaborative research, and development and maintenance of animal models in support of translational research activities. Eligibility: DVM/VMD degree from an AVMA-accredited school (or completed all ECFVG or PAVE requirements) Pass the national licensure examination (NAVLE) Interest in laboratory animal medicine and developing expertise in research U.S. citizen or permanent resident Interested persons should submit a cover letter stating career goals, plus their curriculum vitae, veterinary and graduate school transcripts, and the names, addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of at least 3 professional references to Dr. Kent Osborn, kgosborn@ucsd.edu. Two positions are available for appointment beginning before June 30, 2014. Early application is encouraged as we have a rolling review/admissions policy. Faculty involved in Clinical Training and Comparative Pathology Philip J. Richter, DVM, PhD, DACLAM, Director, UCSD Animal Care Program & LAM Training Program, UCSD Kent Osborn, DVM, PhD, Associate Director Diagnostic Laboratory Services. Comparative pathology, primate, mouse and aquatic animal medicine, UCSD Keith Jenne, DVM, Associate Director, Animal Care Program. Primate, aquatic animal medicine, clinical medicine, UCSD Alice Smith, DVM, Associate Director - Health Services, Animal Care Program, Clinical medicine and surgery, preventive medicine programs, UCSD Jennifer L. Fujimoto, DVM, DACVA. Veterinary anesthesiology, laboratory animal medicine, UCSD Marilyn Torchia, DVM, Director, Animal Welfare Program, Regulatory affairs, laboratory animal medicine, UCSD Karen Clingerman, MS, DVM, DACLAM. Associate Clinical Veterinarian, The Scripps Research Institute. Small animal veterinary clinical medicine, laboratory animal medicine Jeetendra Eswaraka, DVM, PhD, DACLAM. Associate Director Global Science & Technology, and Veterinary Science & Technology, Pfizer Inc. La Jolla Laboratories Elizabeth W. Ford, DVM, MPVM, DACLAM, Senior Director, The Scripps Research Institute Karol Godwin, DVM, Director, Pfizer Inc., La Jolla Laboratories Nikos Gurfield DVM, DACVP, DACLAM, San Diego County Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Mathias Leblanc, DVM, PhD, DES, DACLAM, Assistant Director, Animal Resources, The Salk Institute Jon Reuter, MPVM, DVM, DACLAM, Senior Director, Animal Resources, The Salk Institute Roger Geertsema, DVM, DACLAM, Director, University Laboratory Animal Resources, UC Irvine Judy St. Leger, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Pathologist, Sea World, Inc Ilse Stalis, DVM, DACVP, Senior Pathologist, Wildlife Diseases Laboratory Institute for Conservation Research, Zoological Society of San Diego Lynette B. Corbeil, DVM, PhD DACVM, Veterinary microbiology and immunology Christina Sigurdson, DVM, PhD DACVP, Comparative pathology, prion diseases and neuropathology, UCSD G. Diane Shelton, DVM, PhD DACVIM. Neuromuscular diseases and comparative pathology, UCSD Faculty Involved in Research Training Kim E. Barrett, PhD Epithelial transport and barrier function John Chang MD T cell biology in inflammatory bowel disease Don Cleveland, PhD Neuropathology Sheila E. Crowe, MD Oxidative stress in gastrointestinal infections Lynette B. Corbeil, DVM, PhD Mucosal immunity Pieter Dorrestein, PhD Mass spectrometry based methods to study disease in animals Lars Eckmann, PhD Cytokine responses in mucosal immunity Peter Ernst, DVM, PhD Immunopathology of gastrointestinal disease Santiago Horgan, MD Techniques for the Future of Surgery Michael Karin, PhD Molecular biology of inflammation and cancer Robert Mattrey, MD Imaging Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD Metabolic and mitochondrial disease and metagenomics Sharon Reed, MD Mucosal immunity to Entamoeba histolytica Sam Ridgway, DVM, PhD Marine mammal neurobiology research Jesus Rivera-Nieves, MD Pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel diseases Christina Sigurdson, DVM, PhD Food-borne illnesses and neurodegenerative diseases/prions Ajit Varki, MD, PhD Glycobiology and evolution in nonhuman primates Nissi Varki, MD Comparative pathology and phenotyping Joseph Vinetz, MD Tropical medicine and global health Tony Yaksh, PhD Pain research and comparative anesthesiology For more information contact: Philip J. Richter, DVM, PhD Kent Osborn, DVM, PhD Director, LAM Training Program Associate Director, LAM Training Program Email: pjrichter@ucsd.edu Email: kgosborn@ucsd.edu Telephone: 858.822.3387 Telephone: 858.534.8860 Or Peter B. Ernst, DVM, PhD or Christina J. Sigurdson, DVM, PhD Co-Directors, Center for Veterinary Sciences and Comparative Medicine, Website: www.vetsciences.ucsd.edu Email: veterinarysciences@ucsd.edu Telephone: 858.534.2975
Date Posted:January 14, 2014
Contact Person:Heidi Chavez
Practice Name:Mckinelyville Animal Care Center
Address:
Mckinleyville, CA
Phone:(707)599-1951
E-Mail:maccvet@gmail.com
Practice Type:Small
Job Type:Associate
Looking to expand our practice with the right team member. Well established small animal practice in Humboldt County California seeks part time to full time associate. We have an outstanding supportive staff and excellent clientele. We offer ultrasound, digital x-ray, in-house chemistry and much more. Applicants should enjoy practicing high quality medicine, building rapport with clients and working in a family type environment. We are seeking an enthusiastic, professional associate with exceptional people skills and positive attitude. Please email for inquires. email is maccvet@gmail.com or they can call me on my cell phone at 707-599-1951. Location is Mckinleyville Ca website is Mckinleyvilleanimalcare.com