We are looking for enthusiastic, bright, and curious veterinary students to join Wake Forest’s Comparative Medicine Section for 2-3 months during the summer of 2019. Students considering careers in research, academia, laboratory animal medicine, zoology, exotics, primatology, radiology and pathology will benefit from our program. Application materials include: ? A personal letter/statement outlining career interests and goals ? A Curriculum Vitae ? University transcripts ? 3 letters of recommendation All and application materials and questions should be directed to both the Program Director, Dr. Kylie Kavanagh e: email@example.com p: (336) 713 1475 Program Administrator, Karen Bowers e: firstname.lastname@example.org p: (336) 716 1533 Due date for complete applications: 31st January 2018 These positions provide a unique opportunity for structured training in a research-intensive environment, with a focus on comparative disease pathophysiology in nonhuman primates and other species. Positions are paid. Research opportunities include internationally recognized programs in aging, women's health, development, cardiovascular disease, cancer, regenerative medicine, diabetes, reproductive system disorders, and substance abuse. Winston-Salem is a medium-sized vibrant town near the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Wake Forest School of Medicine is a private medical school which ranks in the top third for NIH research funding.
Currently enrolled in good standing at a US accredited veterinary college.