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Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work
Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work
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Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work

Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work, and off-clinical research and development time, with the percentages of each varying with the year in the program. Hospital service will be based in two locations: the Veterinary Medical Center Large Animal Hospital and the Leatherdale Equine Center, both on the St. Paul Campus of the UMN. The clinical caseload is composed primarily of horses, camelids and ruminants, providing the resident with a broad base of knowledge and experience in large animal surgery. A wide range of cases are seen, but most cases are oriented toward equine sports medicine/orthopedics and emergency/critical care. During the time on clinical service, the resident is under the supervision of a faculty surgeon and is responsible for sharing supervision of any interns and senior veterinary students on the service. Clinical responsibilities include case admission, evaluation, therapy and management; participation in and/or organization of clinical rounds; and assistance with or supervision of student laboratories.  Required/Preferred Qualifications: Applicants must have completed a DVM degree or an equivalent degree from a foreign university plus a one-year internship program or equivalent practice experience by start date. At the time of acceptance into the program, the resident may choose to accept the residency with or without enrollment into a M.S. degree program. If the degree program is selected, academic qualifications for admissions to the University of Minnesota Graduate School are required. These qualifications include: Undergraduate GPA of 3.0, TOEFL score of 550 if graduating from a non-English speaking university, evidence of completion of the veterinary degree, and letter of intent stating career goals and defining the area of graduate study selected.  Job Type: Full Time      Contact:       University of Minnesota Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN  United States

    Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work Large Animal Surgery Resident resident's time will be divided between clinical service, didactic/laboratory teaching, a minor amount of equine ambulatory work