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This is a three year program which emphasizes competence in veterinary pathology to prepare the trainee for certification by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. Major job duties include performing necropsies and examining surgical pathology specimens, under the supervision of a senior pathologist.
Anatomic pathology residents are trained in the morphologic pathology of food, companion, laboratory, aquatic, equine, avian and exotic animals. Integration of pathologic findings with patient history, clinical findings, clinical pathology data, microbiology, immunology, toxicology, and other ancillary studies is emphasized. Molecular and general pathology principles are emphasized. Residents will participate in necropsy and histopathology rounds as an important component of program. Residents will be exposed to related disciplines by selecting specialized rotations in disciplines such as poultry pathology, electron microscopy, toxicological pathology, clinical pathology, or research.
Requires DVM or equivalent doctorate (e.g., VMD, BVSc) by an American Veterinary Medical Associate (AVMA) Council on Education accredited program, or by a "Recognized School of Veterinary Medicine" as defined by the AVMA.
Previous experience in pathology is desirable. Preference will be given to individuals wishing to pursue graduate studies leading to a PhD.
Required license or certification:
Eligible for North Carolina Veterinary Licensure and/or Faculty Certificate under the supervision of the NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Health Complex
Position Number: 00101799
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