The Ophthalmology Program at the University of Georgia is excited to offer a 1-year Ophthalmology internship training program beginning July 15, 2019. The objectives of this internship are to provide a non-degree, advanced clinical training program in companion animal ophthalmology and to offer experience in clinical ophthalmic research.
WCVM is currently accepting applications for a 1 year veterinary ophthalmology internship. Intern applicants must have a DVM (or equivalent). Experience in ophthalmology is desirable. This individual is expected to be highly motivated and have an interest in pursuing a veterinary ophthalmology residency position. The goals of this internship are to develop advanced skills in clinical ophthalmology through the involvement in the day-to-day running of an ophthalmology specialty service.
The Oklahoma State University, Center for Veterinary Health Sciences is accepting applications for a specialty internship in ophthalmology. This is a 12-month clinical program designed to provide advanced clinical training in ophthalmology and prepare the individual to be highly qualified and competitive for advancement into an ophthalmology residency. The ophthalmology service is a busy service that provides training in comparative ophthalmology.