The Comparative Medicine Program, Texas A&M University (TAMU) is inviting applications for a postdoctoral residency/graduate training position in laboratory animal medicine. The 3-year postdoctoral (DVM) program is designed to support preparation toward American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) board certification and provide a broad foundation in comparative medicine. Residency training includes clinical laboratory animal medicine, laboratory animal resources and facilities management, comparative and diagnostic pathology, and methods and practice of biomedical research. Residents are centered in the TAMU Comparative Medicine Program and rotate through the Texas A&M Health Science Center animal facilities. Clinical rotations are also possible at Texas Medical Center facilities in Houston and University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center facilities in Houston, Smithville and Bastrop. Graduate training consists of graduate course work, seminars, journal club, teaching and scholarly research leading to a Master of Science degree in Laboratory Animal Medicine. Graduate work is centered in the College of Veterinary Medicine and administered through the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology.
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