The residency program is a three year group residency program based in Aptos California. Aptos is sandwiched between Coastal Redwoods and the Monterey Bay marine sanctuary in Northern California, a 40 mile drive to Silicon Valley
The Section of Comparative Ophthalmology within the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Michigan State University is accepting applications for a four-year residency in comparative ophthalmology beginning July 15, 2019.
The objective of this program is to provide advanced training in clinical and surgical ophthalmology for individuals planning to apply for a veterinary ophthalmology residency. The specialty intern will be responsible for assisting with ophthalmology consultations that come through the hospital’s emergency service as well as all ophthalmology appointments.
Full-time position in a retinal disease studies research facility at the New Bolton Center campus (Kennett Square, PA) of the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. The candidate’s efforts will be directed at supporting research studies in ophthalmology using ophthalmic examinations, in vivo retinal imaging (cSLO/OCT), electroretinography, visual behavior testing, etc aimed at characterizing the course of disease and response to therapeutic intervention in dogs affected with various forms of inherited retinal degeneration and other inherited ocular diseases.
The duration of the program may vary based on the applicant’s experience. The purpose of the ophthalmology specialty internship will be to prepare the intern for successful application to an ophthalmology residency program.
This is a mostly ambulatory practice serving the Virginia and Maryland equine communities in the Washington, D.C. region. We work out of 4 equine clinics in the region, where patients have surgery and are hospitalized.
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.