JOB SUMMARY The Clinical Veterinarian is responsible for providing diagnostic and clinical veterinary care for laboratory animals maintained in support of the HMRI research program. The clinical veterinarian also provides regulatory oversight to ensure compliance with all federal regulations and guidelines pertaining to the use of laboratory animals, including the FDA Good Laoratory Practise (GLP) regulations. In this capacity the veterinarian participates in research protocol creation, IACUC protocol review and facilitates work on research protocols to ensure the humane treatment of animals.
DVM from an accredited school of veterinary medicine
Minimum 2 years of experience in the field of Laboratory Animal Medicine
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
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