Companion Animal Theriogenology
The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University, invites applications for the inaugural Kalter-Lezotte Endowed Professorship in Small Animal Theriogenology. This professorship is being established to increase knowledge in the field of purebred animal health, with Companion Animal Theriogenology as the primary disciplinary focus.
The position is for a full-time, renewable faculty appointment at the level of Associate or full Professor. The appointment can be in either our Tenure System or Health Programs System based on the interests and qualifications of the applicant. The successful applicant will lead the development of a clinical Companion Animal Theriogenology service as an extension of the MSU primary care service. The applicant will also work closely with the specialty services in surgery, internal medicine, and emergency medicine. A variety of endoscopic and diagnostic imaging equipment is already available, and additional equipment and supplies will be provided in consultation with the selected applicant to ensure that they have the ability to practice state-of-the-art Companion Animal Theriogenology.
Another important aspect of the position will be to assist in the education of the next generation of veterinary clinicians, and there will be ample opportunities to participate in the pre-clinical and clinical teaching of veterinary students and house officers. Opportunities exist to lead or engage in research with endocrine and reproductive health specialists across a wide spectrum of disciplines (see https://rdsp.canr.msu.edu/faculty) Michigan State University also has two human medical schools on campus providing unique and exciting opportunities for collaborative activities. Such activities are encouraged at both the Departmental and College level, and support is available for grant writing, locating external funding resources, and processing grant submissions. Internal funding opportunities are also available through endowed research funds. The College of Veterinary Medicine has active faculty development and mentorship programs to facilitate career progression.
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Doctorate -Companion Animal Theriogenology
DVM or equivalent, and a history of expertise in Companion Animal Theriogenology.
Board certification in the American College of Theriogenologists or the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine is preferred. Board-eligible candidates and those with a demonstrated track record in Companion Animal Theriogenology also will be considered. The candidate must have excellent communication skills and the ability to work cooperatively within a team. Advanced research degree will be considered favorably.
Required Application Materials
Applicants should submit electronically on the MSU Careers website: www.careers.msu.edu
- Letter of intent that addresses specific strengths related to the position, overall qualifications, experience, accomplishments and career goals. Please include research interests and funding history.
- Curriculum vitae
- Full names and contact information (e-mail and phone) of 3 references
- Up to a two-page statement of interest that addresses the applicant’s teaching philosophy, and interest and experience in teaching, clinical work and research
- Diversity and inclusion statement: Statement on your commitment to diversity.
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The university is requiring all MSU students, faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 with limited exceptions. Learn more at: https://msu.edu/together-we-will/
Review of applications begins on February 1, 2022. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is identified. Interested individuals wishing for more information are invited and encouraged to contact Dr. Daniel Langlois (email@example.com | 517-353-5420) Chairperson, Search Committee, Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, Michigan State University, 736 Wilson Road D202, Veterinary Medical Center, East Lansing, MI, 48824.
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Summary of Health Risks
Exposure to animals or to specimens with Mycobacterium.
Work with animals or unfixed animal tissue.
We believe veterinarians make the world a better place.The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences (SCS) is committed to educating the next generation of veterinary professionals, conducting research that improves the lives of animals and humans, and bringing our skills and knowledge together to provide the best clinical services available.
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