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Posted Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Serving as a member of the college’s Executive Board, the Assistant Dean of Advancement ("Assistant Dean") is a newly created role responsible for planning and implementing an integrated approach to the college’s advancement program by overseeing development, alumni-relations, and communications and public relations programs to maximize the support and exposure of the college. The Assistant Dean serves as chief development officer and manager of the college’s advancement program, with responsibility for securing private philanthropic support, producing targeted alumni and constituent engagement opportunities, producing events supporting student engagement, as well as strategic communications highlighting the college’s priorities. Dually reporting to the college dean and to the associate vice president of development for colleges, the Assistant Dean oversees a staff of 10, including the following direct reports: senior director of development, director of alumni relations, referring practitioner relations coordinator, assistant director for interactive media, public relations coordinator, and the graphic designer.
The Assistant Dean will be a central figure in taking the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine to the next level of achievement and impact by coalescing strategic priorities with a robust advancement program. A highly favorable context exists for this endeavor, as well as for the continued, significant growth of the college’s brand and fundraising revenues. The Assistant Dean will lead all campaign-related activities for the college, including the college’s participation in Virginia Tech’s next comprehensive campaign.
Posted Wednesday, June 15, 2016
The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (VMCVM) is recruiting for an Assistant / Associate Professor in the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine (CPCVM). We are seeking a highly energetic veterinarian who will be responsible for the following:
Collaborating with the Director in expanding, executing, and monitoring intramural and extramural education and training in veterinary public practice, including veterinary public health and the One Health Initiative, population health at a local to national scope, international veterinary medicine, and public policy. The CPCVM collaborates with federal and state agencies, industry, professional organizations, and the corporate sector
Advising veterinary students interested in public and corporate veterinary practice, and veterinary private practitioners with an interest in transitioning into public practice.
Coordinating and expanding opportunities for senior veterinary student clerkships in public and corporate practice, and assisting with the coordination of international veterinary medicine activities for the College
Planning, executing and monitoring education and training programs in collaboration with the Director including VMCVM courses, clerkships, workshops, and symposia.
Developing distance learning courses in veterinary public practice.
Engaging stakeholders to assess current programs and identify future programs or career opportunities for veterinary students and graduate veterinarians..
Collaborating with other institutions, federal and state agencies, the corporate sector, and national organizations on public practice education programs.
Supporting the Director of CPCVM on an as-needed basis
Posted Wednesday, June 15, 2016
The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine seeks Research Laboratory Technician. The successful candidate is expected to work independently to accomplish research project(s) by performing experiments, data collection/analysis/presentation, manuscript preparation (method and results), laboratory organization, and maintenance. The research projects involve the use of stem in combination with biomaterial to repair the cardiac arrhythmia in mouse model and, more generally, on the therapeutic applications of cell-based therapies in heart diseases. The multidisciplinary approaches, including biochemistry, tissue-engineering, molecular biology, cell biology, and physiology analysis through the modulation of animal disease models, will be used. The employee will provide various supports in projects from in vitro stem cell culture, reprogramming, differentiation, characterization, to in vivo cardiovascular animal disease model, stem cell transplantation, echocardiography, and other functional analysis.
Posted Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Supports the College of Veterinary Medicine research, teaching, and clinical areas by cleaning and sterilizing items, producing distilled and de-ionized water, and decontaminating infectious materials. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor, and position will be reviewed and may be changed at any time based on the requirements of the CVM programs and missions.
Posted Tuesday, June 07, 2016
Provides technical support to clinical faculty and senior veterinary students in the ICU section of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Performs critical care nursing procedures in the Intensive Care Unit as directed by clinical faculty and instructs senior veterinary students in technical and manipulative skills relating to ICU/Critical Care. On Call for ICU Coverage and covers ICU shifts, including holidays. Assists other areas as directed by supervisor.
Posted Monday, June 06, 2016
The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking qualified applicants for a Director of Budget and Finance. This position reports directly to the Assistant Dean for Administration and will be responsible for developing and directing all of the accounting, budgeting and financial programs for the college.
The successful candidate will develop an annual budget and spending plan, forecasting the collegeGÇÖs needs and recommending program budget allocations to college senior management. Chief among the responsibilities of the position is allocation of the state-funded budgets to the individual departments within the college and administration of the portion of the budget maintained at the college level. The position is also responsible for many financial elements of the collegeGÇÖs research program and coordinating the details of the collegeGÇÖs foundation funds. Responsibilities include:
Provide oversight for the fiscal operations of the DeanGÇÖs office including budget development, communication, implementation and evaluation; salary and operating budget adjustments; management of end-of-year balances and carryover; management of pooled salaries and position allocations; allocation of student assistantships and graduate tuition payments; management of pooled resources under DeanGÇÖs direction; oversight of contracts, grants, and their related cost sharing commitments and overhead allocations; coordinating the details of private gifts with the Virginia Tech Foundation; review and approval of orders and purchases; and management of fixed assets.
Oversee budget allocations to constituent departments, coordinate and evaluate requests for resources, monitor mid-year and year-end balances, and assist Directors and Deans in addressing unit financial issues in a timely way.
Lead the effort to transition to and implement the new incentive-based budget model.
Assist the Dean and Assistant Dean in management analysis and planning for a variety of single issue and on-going projects.
Develop meaningful financial reports and analyses for college senior management to assist with decision-making processes.
Provide advice and training to department heads and fiscal staff in the use of the universityGÇÖs finance systems and preparation and response to internal audit reviews.
Posted Thursday, May 26, 2016
The Department of Academic Affairs at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech has an open position for a non-tenure track, 12 month appointment as an instructor in the Multidiscipline Laboratory (MDL). MDL supports the teaching mission of the DVM program by providing instruction, support and technical assistance for lab classes provided in the veterinary curriculum. The successful candidate will be expected to join a faculty team that provide laboratory instruction in the following areas: clinical techniques, anesthesia, surgery (including pre-surgery evaluation and discharge) and others as determined by the Office of Academic Affairs. These lab classes are embedded in a variety of courses offered to the DVM students. This position is also responsible for instruction and development of the clinical skills lab to supplement teaching and laboratory techniques.
In addition to instructional duties, this position will be responsible for helping to ensure there is strict adherence to IACUC protocols during labs and helping to update these protocols as necessary; producing videos for technical procedures; assisting with the MDL dog colony and horse herd wellness programs; developing animal handling experiences; helping to develop and participate in the Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs) for courses in the first two years of the DVM program; assisting in the 4th year student spay/neuter program developed at Mountain View Humane and other laboratory associated activities that may arise.
The successful candidate will be expected to work in cooperation with other faculty in the department to provide a positive learning experience and serve as a role model for DVM students. The MDL instructor will also ensure that the professional activities provided are of the highest ethical and professional standards. As for all areas of our professional endeavor, it is essential that all members of the CVM faculty provide a nurturing and supportive learning environment for all students and staff under their influence. Finally, the candidate will be expected to provide input to the Department Head/Associate Dean of Academic Affairs as to relevant mechanisms to improve the instruction and development of DVM students.
Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Seeking qualified candidates for the position of Veterinary Nurse in the Virginia Tech Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center located in Leesburg, Virginia. This position provides care for equine patients through administration of medications treatments, specimen collection, monitoring vital signs, record keeping and assisting in the preparation and performance of special procedures; and manages acceptable levels of cleanliness in barns, treatment areas and other related areas.
Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2016
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine seeks candidates for a faculty position in veterinary anatomy. Depending on the selected candidateGÇÖs interest in research and academic experience, the appointment (12-month) will be at the assistant or associate professor rank and may be tenure-track or non-tenured. Tenure-track appointments carry the expectation of developing a research line of inquiry and associated body of scholarship, supported by extramural grants and contracts. Instructional assignments include teaching in all degree programs supported by the college, including professional DVM, graduate, and undergraduate. The DVM curriculum is undergoing comprehensive revision from a traditional disciplinary-based organization to an integrated body systems format, with heavy reliance on experiential and team-based learning. Instructional related duties may include assisting in development of anatomical teaching specimens, techniques of specimen preparation and maintenance, and development of pedagogical techniques including computer assisted and other contemporary modalities. All academic faculty in the college are expected to engage in research, with the proportional assignment to this activity varying according to the type of appointment. Research areas of emphasis in the department currently include infectious diseases and immunity, chronic inflammatory disorders, regenerative medicine, and neurosciences. Research interests that broadly fit these research areas include but are not limited to developmental biology (especially neurodevelopment), teratological/oncological anatomical defects due to in utero infection/inflammation/toxicity, epigenetics of anatomic development, and stem cell biology. The selected candidate will join a progressive department that has recently recruited thirteen new faculty. Opportunities to develop independent and/or collaborative research programs exist both within the college and with other life sciences-oriented departments, colleges, and institutes on the Virginia Tech campus, including the Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute.
The initial FTE allocation for this position will be 60% instruction, 30% research and 10% service.
Posted Tuesday, May 03, 2016
The successful applicant will provide a significant contribution to and participation in didactic and clinical instruction of theriogenology and related disciplines. The section has a resident training program in comparative theriogenology; the appointee will be expected to assist in the mentoring of the incumbent resident.
Appointees are expected to have a clinical service/instructional oriented faculty assignment (75-80%) with the remainder (~20%) apportioned to scholarship with a small contribution to departmental and college service obligations.
Posted Monday, April 18, 2016
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a faculty position in Small Animal Surgery. This is a full-time clinical or tenure track position with academic rank based on qualifications of the applicant. The successful candidate will join a team of four other small animal surgeons. Start-up funds will be made available to help develop surgical skills, research or scholarly activity.
The primary job responsibility will be to alternately lead one of two surgical services (orthopedic, soft tissue). This will include primary patient care and supervision of clinical care delivered by students, interns, and residents assigned to the surgical service. Job may include occasional travel to VMCVM Satellite Clinic in Roanoke, Va.
Additional service responsibilities include consultations within the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and outside referring veterinarians, participate in continuing education programs of the College and participate in faculty governance activities.
Applicant must be committed to excellent patient management, client service, and clinical teaching.
Teaching responsibilities will include didactic, laboratory and small group clinical instruction in surgery and related disciplines. Clinical instruction in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital will be directed toward professional students, interns, residents and graduate students from various disciplines.
Participation in general small animal surgery service activities, such as meetings, resident seminars, journal club and rounds is expected.
Research responsibilities will vary based on the interest and qualification of the candidate and may include collaborative or translational research. This position will be encouraged to work with ongoing research programs within the College. Independent and/or collaborative creative scholarship is expected in order to contribute to the scholarly mission of the department.
Posted Friday, April 01, 2016
The Associate Dean reports directly to the Dean of the College, and is responsible for developing and administering the College research and graduate education missions. Our goal is to elevate the CollegeGÇÖs research and graduate programs and to promote the integration of College research with University focus areas, which includes working with pertinent University-wide offices that develop and facilitate cutting edge research. Particular emphasis will be placed on interdisciplinary and translational research, expanding intramural and extramurally-funded research, and developing research infrastructure and expertise necessary to compete successfully for federal research program project funding. The Associate Dean chairs the CollegeGÇÖs Research Committee and Graduate Affairs Committee, and is responsible for oversight of College programs funded by the Virginia Tech Agricultural Experiment Station. Leadership of graduate education includes the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences (BMVS) MS and PhD programs in the College as well as several collaborative programs involving other colleges on campus and other universities. Most of the students enrolled in the BMVS masters program are clinical residents pursuing veterinary specialty certification. Administrative duties related to graduate education involve working cooperatively with the Graduate School to manage recruitment, admission and funding of students. The Associate Dean position is located at the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg but will have responsibility for all research and graduate education at other College campuses, such as the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia. Research conducted at the CollegeGÇÖs campus at the University of Maryland in College Park is independently administered; however the Associate Dean is expected to collaborate with the University of Maryland to promote cooperative research and graduate programs between the Blacksburg and College Park campuses.
Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2016
The Department of Population Health Sciences in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech seeks a creative and visionary leader for the position of Department Head.
The Department of Population Health Sciences embraces a One Health approach as it implements a vision to expand population health sciences at Virginia Tech through discovery, learning and engagement. One Health recognizes the dynamic interdependence of human, animal, and environmental health. The department is home to: (1) the Public Health Program which offers an accredited Master of Public Health (MPH) degree; (2) several centers, including the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine (https://www.vetmed.vt.edu/career-training/cpcvm/) and the Center for Public Health Practice and Research (http://www.cphpr.mph.vetmed.vt.edu/ ); and (3) strategic planning for and coordination of international programs for the College. In addition, department faculty contribute to instruction of population health related-courses in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program. The department is currently working to develop an accredited undergraduate degree in public health.
The Department Head will provide leadership and management of all departmental academic, research and service activities and will serve on the College Executive Board. This entails supervision of faculty and staff, administrative responsibility for planning, fiscal management, human resources and communication. In addition, the Department Head is expected to advance the research and teaching missions of this growing department, nurture interdisciplinary collaboration and work toward the strategic goals of the department, college, and university.
Posted Thursday, February 25, 2016
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology in the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech has an open 12-month faculty position at tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor level. This position involves teaching, research and clinical microbiology (with emphasis on diagnostic microbiology). The department and college have a strong vibrant nationally and internationally recognized microbiology program. The instructional responsibilities will be to teach microbiology in the DVM professional program, and there will be opportunities to teach graduate and resident level courses (bacteriology and virology) consistent with the candidateGÇÖs and collegeGÇÖs focus. Opportunities also exist to be involved in training clinical residents and/or Ph.D. students. Evidence of infectious diseases research in the following areas is especially encouraged: zoonotic diseases, natural and experimental animal models of infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, vaccine development, and mechanisms of infectious disease resistance or susceptibility. Clinical diagnostic microbiology (virology and bacteriology) duties include clinical orientation and training in bacteriology/mycology, virology and serology in a diagnostic laboratory setting; experience in QA/QC in veterinary microbiology; supervision of diagnostic laboratory staff in bacteriology, virology, and mycology, serology; evaluation of case histories with appropriate timely suggestions to clientele, and recommendations on new technologies relative to microbiology assays. For more information about the college, please visit http://www.vetmed.vt.edu/ ; for departmental information including other areas of expertise please visit http://www.vetmed.vt.edu/org/dbsp/index.asp. For diagnostic laboratory (ViTALS) please visit: https://www.vetmed.vt.edu/lab-services/ . For interdepartmental microbiology program, please click http://www.vtmicro.biol.vt.edu. Please also visit the web links of four Virginia Tech life/health sciences-related Institutes, which foster intercollegiate research interactions. These include: (1) Fralin Life Sciences Institute: http://www.biotech.vt.edu/ ; (2) VT Carilion Research Institute: http://vtc.vt.edu/research/ ; (3) Virginia Bioinformatics Institute: http://www.vbi.vt.edu/ ; (4) Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science: http://www.ictas.vt.edu/ . Opportunities for translational research in collaboration with faculty in the CollegeGÇÖs Departments of Large and Small Animal Clinical Sciences and the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine exist as well.
Posted Monday, February 22, 2016
The strategic goals of the College include increasing clinical case load, providing excellence in teaching in the DVM curriculum, and building the scholarly contributions of the faculty. We are seeking an enthusiastic and skilled individual to help us attain these goals and who aspires to join the existing team in driving the large animal surgery program. The hospital caseload is approximately 80% equine and 20% other large animal species (e.g., bovine, small ruminant, camelid, and porcine). The surgery section will include clinical and tenure track faculty with varied individual responsibilities based on professional interest, expertise, and faculty assignment. This is designed to promote excellence in service, teaching, and scholarship, while allowing individual faculty members the opportunity to successfully pursue specific career goals.
Primary job responsibilities will be participation in the clinical large animal surgery service, including clinical instruction, and participation in the emergency service. Other duties include delivery of didactic, laboratory, and small group clinical instruction (including topics regarding small animal, equine, and farm animal species). Additionally, contributions to the collegeGÇÖs outreach and scholarly missions are expected. Scholarly contributions will vary based on position duties and the interests and qualifications of the candidate. The college focus on translational medicine and One Health provides many opportunities for collaborative research, clinical investigation, and other ways of engaging in the scholarly endeavors supporting the university mission.
Posted Thursday, February 11, 2016
This tenure-track faculty position may be filled at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank
1) Serve as PI for funded research program and participate in collaborative research
2) Collaborate with other faculty on test development and clinical research including clinical trials.
3) Provide diagnostic Veterinary Clinical Pathology Service to include cytology, hematology and clinical chemistry (12-15 weeks)
4) Provide clinical pathology instruction for DVM students.
5) Train Clinical Pathology residents that include teaching advanced courses, and participate in Clin Path workshop for anatomic path residents.
6) Actively participate in weekly slide seminar and journal clubs.
7) Adhere to the responsibilities of the faculty as described by the Faculty Handbook (www.provost.vt.edu/fhb.html)
Research focus areas in the College of Veterinary Medicine are: a) Infectious Diseases, b) Inflammatory/regulatory disorders(including cancer) or c) Translational/regenerative medicine. There will be opportunities to develop independent and collaborative research programs within and outside the Veterinary Medicine College including at various life sciences-oriented Institutes. Please see web links below.
Posted Monday, February 08, 2016
The successful candidate will have the necessary training in whole organism pharmacology to lead instruction of core veterinary pharmacology to students in the DVM professional program. There will be opportunities to mentor and train graduate students (and broadly contribute to pharmacological aspects of training to veterinary residents), and establish a graduate level course consistent with the candidate's and college's focus. The tenure-track candidate is expected to develop independent and collaborative research programs within and outside the VMCVM at various life sciences-oriented Institutes (consistent with the universityGÇÖs focus). Of particular interest to the College are candidates with research experience that fits well with any of the three main research focus areas: (a) Infectious diseases and immunity (b) Inflammatory/regulatory disorders, including cancer, and (c) regenerative medicine (e.g. stem cells, tissue repair). This includes expertise in any of the following areas: epigenetics, biomarkers of disease, micro-physiological systems, antimicrobial drug resistance, targeted drug deliveries/drug discovery, clinical pharmacokinetics and/or adverse outcomes pathways. Candidates with ACVCP will have opportunity to teach in clinical pharmacology and establish a vibrant translational research and scholarship. Opportunities for translational research exist in collaboration with faculty in the CollegeGÇÖs Departments of Large and Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Population Medicine, Virginia TechGÇÖs Center for Drug Discovery, the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Fralin Institute, and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
Posted Friday, January 08, 2016
The Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology in the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech has an open 9-month faculty position at the rank of tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor level. The primary responsibility will be to establish and maintain a high-quality extramurally funded research program (~75% FTE). There will be opportunities to teach/co-teach in professional (DVM) and graduate courses, and perform service on committees of the department/college/university (~25% FTE). Instructional participation at the graduate level can be tailored to the candidatesGÇÖ interests and expertise. The department and college have a strong vibrant nationally and internationally recognized virology program. We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with a strong record of research accomplishments in virology that will complement the expertise of our existing robust virology program. Candidates with a documented record of research accomplishments (publications and/or extramural grant support) especially in the areas of animal models of viral diseases, vaccine development, emerging, re-emerging and zoonotic viral diseases (especially mucosal GI and respiratory tracts), viral pathogenesis and host-virus interactions, and translational medicine are strongly encouraged to apply. Appointment to the Associate Professor rank will require a demonstrated record of accomplishment including extramural funding. We are seeking candidates with research interests that fit into one or more of our three main research focus areas of the department: (i) Infectious Diseases and Immunity, (ii) chronic Inflammatory Disorders, and (iii) Regenerative Medicine. The candidate will be joining a progressive department that has recently recruited thirteen new faculty in the above areas. Research at the interface of these focus areas is desired. Opportunities to develop independent and interdisciplinary collaborative research programs exist both within the college and with other life sciences-oriented departments, colleges, and institutes on campus. Excellent opportunities also exist to mentor and train Ph.D. students.
For more information about the college, please visit http://www.vetmed.vt.edu/ ; for departmental information including other areas of expertise please visit http://www.vetmed.vt.edu/org/dbsp/index.asp. Please also visit the web links of four Virginia Tech life/health sciences-related Institutes, which foster intercollegiate research interactions. These include: (1) Fralin Life Sciences Institute: http://www.biotech.vt.edu/ ; (2) VT Carilion Research Institute: http://vtc.vt.edu/research/ ; (3) Virginia Bioinformatics Institute: http://www.vbi.vt.edu/ ; (4) Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science: http://www.ictas.vt.edu/ . Opportunities for translational research in collaboration with faculty in the CollegeGÇÖs Departments of Large and Small Animal Clinical Sciences and the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine exist as well.
Posted Thursday, November 12, 2015
The Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center, Leesburg, Virginia, part of Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor of Equine Internal Medicine to begin duties in the late summer/fall of 2015. Located in affluent Northern Virginia, the EMC is in the heart of the mid-Atlantic regionGÇÖs horse country, close to an abundant variety of cultural and outdoor activities, and has great school systems.
Our team of board-certified specialists in ACVIM, ACVS, ACVSMR, ACT and ABVP is committed to providing exceptional, comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care, being a valuable educational resource for referring veterinarians, future veterinarians and clients, and contributing to the advancement of new knowledge through innovative scholarship and clinical discovery. Our caseload of more than 2,500 equids annually consists of horses of all breeds, ages and disciplines, and involves a diverse mix of surgical and medical cases including advanced specialty care, neonatal intensive care, and emergency and critical care. We are extremely fortunate to serve conscientious clients and dedicated referring veterinarians.
The clinical activities of the EMC are supported by a 24-stall hospital, ICU stalls for neonates and adults, a separate 8-stall biosafety level 2 isolation unit, a comprehensive clinical laboratory, digital radiography and ultrasonography, nuclear scintigraphy, video gastroscopy and a large technical staff including many licensed veterinary technicians.
The position to be filled is that of a full time, clinical track faculty member at the Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center. Candidates must have a DVM, VMD, or equivalent degree, have completed a clinical residency program, and have board certification in Large Animal Internal Medicine (ACVIM, ECVIM). Preference will be given to applicants with experience in equine internal medicine in a busy referral setting and who possess exceptional communication skills. The effort allocation of the position is heavily toward clinical service with at least 75% assignment to this activity. Instruction (mainly on the clinic floor) of ~15% and scholarly and non-assigned service activities of ~10% completes the proposed duties portfolio. In the latter case the appointee will be expected to undertake innovative scholarship necessary to enhance the reputation and caseload of the internal medicine and emergency critical care services. This is an essential part of the mission of the college. The successful appointee will join another board-certified internist and 4 board-certified surgeons and will share in the clinical and didactic teaching of students in the veterinary curriculum, the training of interns and residents in their general and specialty emphasis areas, and mentoring of graduate students when appropriate. The appointee will be expected to participate in clinical emergency duty with other medicine faculty.
Posted Thursday, September 17, 2015
We are looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow with strong statistical skills to join our team. The fellow will play a central role in our ongoing project examining health outcomes related to heat exposure in urban and rural communities in Alabama. The fellow will take a leadership role in development of data analysis methods for working with diverse sets of data (e.g. health records, geographic and meteorological datasets, and transcriptomics), with an aim for elucidating health effects related to climate change and different land use patterns. The fellow will be in a highly collaborative and multidisciplinary environment, with opportunities for collaborative work with researchers at Johns Hopkins University Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Virginia Bioinformatics Institute, Virginia Tech Department of Statistics, and other relevant Centers and Departments across the Virginia Tech campus.
Posted Tuesday, March 31, 2015
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for a 1-year Clinical Instructor position in Small Animal Surgery. The successful candidate will join a team of 5 other small animal surgeons.
The primary job responsibility will be to alternately lead one of two surgical services (orthopedic or soft tissue) and participate in laboratory and small group clinical instruction. The applicant must be committed to excellent patient management, client service, and clinical teaching.
We will consider candidates who have finished residency training and are preparing for surgery boards. In this circumstance, we will consolidate most of the off clinic time (10 weeks) to just prior to the board exam.
When the candidate is assigned to clinical service, they will have primary responsibility of patient care and supervision of students, interns, residents, and graduate students from various disciplines. Additional responsibilities include consultations within the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and outside referring veterinarians.
Teaching responsibilities will include clinical instruction in surgery and related disciplines. Other teaching assignments may include operative and other related teaching laboratories. Participation in general small animal surgery service activities, such as meetings, resident seminars, journal club and rounds is expected.