The primary purpose of the position is supporting undergraduate pre-veterinary medical student preparation for entry into Colleges of Veterinary Medicine and related health science educational careers.
This 9 month tenure track position will be assigned to teach undergraduate/graduate courses related to the following areas: laboratory animal science, animal science, gross anatomy, histology, principles of medical disease and/or medical terminology.
The candidate will participate in graduate training.
The successful candidate is expected to continue, or develop, a research program related to integrated animal health initiatives and/or biomedical science within the purview of the initiatives set forth by research programs within the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, including the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and NIH. The candidate will participate in graduate training. Preference may be given to scientists with skills and interest in animal health, animal imaging (CT,MRI, radiology, microbiology, microsurgery, and/or ultrasonography) or laboratory animal medicine.
Other service related activities will include serving on university committees, community service, professional consultation, and student advising. The position is a 9 month tenure track appointment.