The California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory System (CAHFS), School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis is offering a two- or three-year residency program in anatomic veterinary pathology at its San Bernardino Laboratory. The program is designed to provide anatomic pathology training for those interested in diagnostic veterinary pathology, with emphasis on production animals and horses.
The training involves extensive diagnostic casework on food animals, equine, poultry, exotic avian species, and a variety of zoo, wildlife and small animal species. Residents will gain experience through interpretation of results from various laboratory disciplines (e.g. bacteriology, immunology, virology, etc.) while working up the cases. Casework is supplemented by weekly case and biopsy conferences, gross and histology rounds, and seminars. Annual presentation at a national diagnostic/pathology meeting (AAVLD or ACVP) is encouraged. Successful outcome of the training program includes eligibility to sit the board certification by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP).
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