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Full-time DVM - ACVSMR/CCRP/CCRT, WestVet Animal Emergency & Specialty Center, Boise, Idaho

WestVet Animal Emergency & Specialty Center is looking for a dynamic full-time veterinarian, certified in canine rehabilitation with interest in acupuncture, sports medicine, regenerative medicine and pain management to work alongside our team of board certified specialists within our new 32,000 square foot facility with over 1300 square feet of dedicated rehabilitation space; equipped with exercise equipment, underwater treadmill, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, shockwave, cold laser and hyperbaric chamber. Applicants would ideally have extensive experience with orthopedic and neurological cases. Send cover letter and CV to esullivan@westvet.net for consideration.
Post 7/18/17-10/18/17.

 

Endowed Professorship in Equine Health and Welfare, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

The Department of Clinical Studies – New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine invites applications for the Harry W. Werner Endowed Professorship in Equine Health and Welfare. This tenure track faculty position is for an outstanding candidate to play a transformative role in equine health and welfare. Individuals with established/promising equine research in a variety of areas should apply.  The ideal candidate will have a VMD/DVM or equivalent, and/or a PhD, an established publication record, demonstrated teaching excellence, and a history of extramural research funding. For additional information, contact Dr. Thomas Parsons (thd@vet.upenn.edu) or apply at http://facultysearches.provost.upenn.edu/postings/1152.
Post 6/5/17-9/5/17.

 

 

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