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Externships Available in Alabama

 Externship Opportunities - Alabama



 Institution

Birmingham Zoo

Address
2630 Cahaba Rd

City
Birmingham

State/Province
AL

Country
USA

Zip Code
35223

Primary Contact
Rich Sim, DVM

Position (of Contact)
Associate Veterinarian

Phone
205-879-0409 x 244

Email Address
rsim@birminghamzoo.com

Fax
205-879-9426

Clinical Experience (to be gained during program)
General Zoo Animals

Research
Contact to see if any current projects

Allied Institution
None

Responsibilities
Participate in daily rounds and clinical cases

Duration
2-8 weeks

Application Requests
Cover letter, curriculum vitae, letter of recommendation

If applications are not taken continuously, at what date will this position next be available?
Open continuously

Application Deadline
None

Class Standing
Senior

Compensation
None

Housing
None provided

Transportation
None provided

Insurance
None provided

Expenses
None provided

TB Tests/Vaccinations
Proof of current negative TB within 6 months. Rabies vaccination recommended but not required.

Does program accept International applicants?
No

Misc. Information
Last Date Edited
10/2014

 

Institution: Southeastern Raptor Center
Address: 1350 Raptor Road
City: Auburn University
State: Alabama
State Ab: AL
Zip: 36849
Contact: Elizabeth Marie Rush, DVM
Position (of contact): SE Raptor Center Veterinarian, Clinical asst. Prof of Zoo Medicine at Auburn University
Phone: 334-844-6347
Email: emr0003@auburn.edu
FAX: 334-844-5113
Clinical Experience (to be gained during program): All aspects of raptor rehabilitation and case management including initial triage, sampling, diagnosis/diagnostics including radiography, clinical pathology, medical management, anesthesia, surgery and necropsy. The preceptee will be encouraged to prepare a project culminating in publication, and to assist with ingoing research at the raptor center. Preceptors will also have the opportunity to attend small exotic animal cases on clinical rotation.
Research: Serosurvey, basic physiology, infectious disease primary discovery and elucidation.
Allied Institutions: Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Responsibilities: Raptor triage, diagnosis, case management, rehabilitation and care.
Duration: 2-8 weeks
Application Requests: current resume, 2 letters of reference, letter of intent.
Application Deadline: Revolving, first come first served for scheduling.
Class Standing: Senior or summer of junior year.
Compensation: None
Housing: May be arranged if necessary.
Transportation: None provided
Insurance: Provided through Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
Expenses: None
TB test/ Vaccinations: Proof of current rabies vaccination or titer required. Proof of tetanus vaccination required
Misc: Please see website for more on the raptor center  www.auburn.edu/raptor.
Last Update: 2/2008

Location

581705 White Oak Road
Yulee, FL 32097 USA

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