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Gain exposure to the different facets and methods of the UMN Secure Food Systems Team's Great Lakes VHS of fish risk assessment that is currently in progress; summarize observed implementation of VHS testing requirements and use of aquaculture disinfectants as witnessed during previous field experience with MN and WI DNRs; help develop a document that can be used for outreach and extension regarding the VHS risk assessment work.
The student will initially shadow Veterinarians during regular appointments and surgeries and as they gain experience and comfort, may start to perform more exams, diagnostics, and assist with surgeries.
DEA enforces the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act as the Act pertains to the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of legally produced controlled substances. Enforcement of applicable provisions is done through the scheduling of licit pharmaceuticals and registering of veterinarians, and other medical professionals, to allow them toreceive, dispense, and write prescriptions for scheduled pharmaceuticals. Regulatory decisions are made through the analysis of public health information, the impact on key partners, such a veterinarians, public input, and other variables.
This externship is with the Chief Data Officer of DEA and the Diversion Control Division, who manages the regulatory program for DEA. The externship provides practical experience on how DEA determines how specific drugs, such as Xylazine, are regulated and the impact of the regulation on veterinarians and other DEA Registrants. This externship will work with DEA staff to gain a better understanding of the analysis of public health information to make regulatory decisions and how decisions impact veterinarians and their daily work.
We are a mixed animal practice. During the experience, the student can expect to experience hands on learning opportunities with a variety of species.
Opportunity to participate in various research projects, including fish health, aquatic invasive species, and public engagement. Weather-dependent opportunities to visit field sites/hatcheries. Networking with professors, post docs, and graduate students.
The student will experience our hospital flow, surgery, laboratory functions, preventative medicine, room appointments, technician and assistant duties as they support DVMs and some emergencies.
We are a privately-owned emergency facility located in a beautiful small town in Pennsylvania. Our location is ideal if you enjoy city life and a quiet county life, as we are just 20 minutes from Harrisburg and York and 2 hours from Baltimore or Philadelphia, best of both worlds. We are a relatively new five-doctor emergency practice dedicated to providing compassionate and progressive care in a relaxed work environment.
Our mission is to offer the highest level of care while administering it in as close to a fear-free environment as possible. We provide an upbeat and enjoyable work environment for our staff which contributes to the patients having a better chance at a pleasant experience as well. Everything we do is patient-focused which has resulted in many happy clients also.
Although, we are primarily a small animal practice some of our doctors will also see exotics and birds, so you will have plenty of opportunities to try many different specialties. We also offer a two doctor day practice just minutes away from the ER, to further your education and experiences.
The University of Virginia is a nationally ranked public university located near the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, VA. In recent years, the hospital has been ranked as one of America's Best Hospitals and currently ranked #1 in the commonwealth of Virgina. The University’s Office of Research is dedicated to advancing knowledge and to serving the Commonwealth, nation, and world through research, scholarship, creative arts, and innovation to enable discoveries that enrich and improve lives. The Center for Comparative Medicine provides care and housing of animals utilized by the clinical and research faculty in these programs, as well as a variety of research support services.
The student will be involved in one on one assignment with a surgeon who will be performing complex, orthopedic, and soft tissue surgeries. Duties will involve both clinical outpatient and operating room activities.
Rotating through the Neurology department at NCSU.
This 2 credit elective clinical rotation is designed to provide the student with exposure to the medical and surgical management of neurological disease in small animal veterinary patients. Students will assist in the care of patients presenting to the Neurology Service of the Terry Center and will work under the direct supervision of faculty and house officers on the service. The primary objective of the rotation is to provide students with the skills necessary to effectively manage common neurological disorders of dogs and cats in practice.