The Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (VMCVM) at Virginia Tech has an immediate available post-DVM graduate training position leading to a PhD degree to start in the Fall semester 2023. This position is funded by the National Institutes of Health as a part of T32 graduate training program on “Animal Model Research for Veterinarians” (AMRV). The AMRV program is designed to train veterinarians to become world-class biomedical scientists in the areas of animal models of immunology and inflammation, infectious diseases, and neuroscience. Faculty mentors participating in this NIH training program are conducting cutting-edge research in the areas of animal models of human diseases. The post-DVM trainees will enroll into a PhD graduate program in Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences at Virginia Tech. Upon completion of the program, the trainees are expected to launch an independent biomedical research career and assume a leadership role related to the nation’s biomedical research agenda in academia, government and industry. Candidates must be a U.S. citizen with an earned DVM degree. Full stipend and tuition support. Please visit the AMRV training program website for further information on how to apply [https://www.vetmed.vt.edu/research/amrv.asp]. Additional questions regarding the program can be addressed to Dr. Jessica Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
About Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
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