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Research Training Opportunity for Veterinarians at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Research Training Opportunity for Veterinarians at the University of Wisconsin-Madison


An outstanding research training opportunity is available for graduate veterinarians within the Comparative Biomedical Sciences graduate program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine. Salary and tuition support for exceptional applicants is provided by an NIH training grant, "Research Training in Comparative Biomedical Sciences for Veterinarians.” Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents and possess a DVM degree.


Accepted applicants will receive an attractive stipend (NIH postdoctoral level) and perform research in pursuit of a PhD under the supervision of one of 24 Trainers with expertise in infectious diseases, cellular and molecular physiology, and other areas.


Applicants should jointly apply online for admission into the Comparative Biomedical Sciences PhD program and the Training Grant at http://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/pbs/gradprogram/index.html.


Interested potential applicants with questions regarding the program can contact Dr. Chuck Czuprynski, Training Grant Director, at 608-262-8102 or czuprync@svm.vetmed.wisc.edu; or Ms. Kathy Holtgraver, Graduate Program Coordinator at 608-262-0470 or holtgraver@vetmed.wisc.edu


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