Internship Program in Ophthalmology – Kansas State University

Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center (VHC) is accepting applications from qualified individuals for a one-year clinical ophthalmology internship.  The objectives of the program are to provide advanced clinical training and experience in clinical ophthalmic research.  The Ophthalmology Service is supported by two board certified ophthalmologists. The internship is further supported by board certified faculty in large and small animal medicine and surgery, anesthesiology, cardiology, dermatology, zoological medicine, radiology, and oncology. The VHC has an excellent case load and offers exposure to all domestic species as well as exotics.

Dates: Summer 2019-2020, negotiable

Deadlines: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Salary: $32,774

Prerequisites: One-year rotating internship or equivalent experience.

Submission Requirements:

1. Curriculum Vitae (including class rank in veterinary school).

2. Official transcripts and grade point average from all post-secondary institutions (veterinary schools) attended.

3. Three Letters of Reference - Letters should be submitted electronically by the individuals writing the letters, not forwarded by the applicant.

4. Letter of Intent - A personal statement describing background, reasons for applying to the internship, and career goals.

The successful applicant must apply for a Kansas Veterinary Institutional License. 

Kansas State University employs only citizens of the US, Canada and Mexico, nationals of the US, and aliens authorized to work in the US at the time of application. At this time, we regret that we cannot accept applicants outside these countries.

Please submit all application materials electronically to Katherine Carlgren, Assistant to the Hospital Director:

Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.  A background check will be required of all successful applicants prior to employment at Kansas State University.


Sally Henry