Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of ACLAM Forum 2021
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Indiana University School of Medicine The Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC) at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) is seeking a high-energy, motivated, and customer service oriented individual to join our team as a clinical laboratory animal veterinarian and Assistant Director. Research programs at IUSM encompass a broad range of biomedical research activities, including cardiovascular disease models, alcoholism, hematopoietic cancer, behavioral research, and gene therapy. The LARC provides care and housing for multiple species of laboratory animals with a major emphasis on swine, dogs, rabbits, rodents, frogs, and zebrafish. Our AAALAC International accredited program consists of approximately 90 animal program staff, including eight veterinarians.
DCM Director of Large Animal Surgical Services (req #51636)
Washington University in Saint Louis The DCM Director of Large Animal Surgical Services is a highly experienced board-certified laboratory animal specialist, responsible for the preventative, emergency and clinical veterinary medical care of the laboratory animals used in the Washington University research program. Care is given in compliance with all federal, state, University and laboratory animal science-specific regulations. Consults with principal investigators regarding research protocols and animal model development and reviews animal study protocols after their submission to the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Directs the Large Animal Surgical Service, which includes oversight of multiple surgical suites, supervision of veterinary technicians in the provision of anesthesia services and clinical care, and performance of surgery to create surgical models. This position requires participation in emergency care after hours, on weekends and holidays on a rotating schedule with other veterinary staff.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Essential Functions):
Provide veterinary medical care and surgical services to research animals 30 % Regulatory Compliance, protocol review and IACUC participation 20 % Directs the Large Animal Surgery service, which includes oversight of multiple surgical suites, supervision of veterinary technicians in the provision of anesthesia services and clinical care, and performance of surgery to create surgical models 20 % Consults with investigators about animal models 20 % Other duties as assigned 10 %
MINIMUM EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Candidates must hold a DVM or equivalent degree from an AVMA Council on Education accredited veterinary college or school. Candidates must be a Diplomat of the American College of Laboratory Animal medicine Five years’ experience as a laboratory animal veterinarian
Senior Research Veterinarian
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia The Department of Veterinary Resources (DVR) team at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute supports and consults on all scientific, medical, and compliance issues related to animal-based research. The team's responsibilities include clinical veterinary services, animal husbandry, animal procurement, animal enrichment, investigator support, training, and compliance oversight
This role plays a vital role in the day-to-day clinical operations. Working independently, this team member is primarily responsible for research animal clinical care, veterinary procedures, training, stakeholder collaboration, compliance and supervision.
Washington University in St. Louis Washington University in St. Louis seeks nominations and recommendations for a qualified veterinarian to take charge of our Diagnostic Laboratory.
This is a career defining opportunity for an experienced ACLAM or ACVP-boarded or -eligible Veterinarian to join our staff of 9 veterinarians in providing laboratory animal services to the research staff at Washington University’s AAALAC-accredited program.
This position is for an experienced laboratory animal veterinary medical specialist, responsible for the operation of the DCM Diagnostic Laboratory and the preventative, emergency and clinical veterinary medical care of the wide variety of laboratory animals used in the Washington University research program. Directs DCM Diagnostic Services, which is responsible for carrying out the rodent sentinel program, providing clinical and research diagnostic services, such as hematology, clinical chemistry, and microbiology, and providing anatomic pathology and histopathology services.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directs the operations of the DCM Diagnostic lab, including supervision of four laboratory technicians, and support of export, import, and quarantine services for rodents. Consults with investigators regarding animal models, including spontaneous health problems, phenotyping, and, design, conduct and interpretation of pathology endpoints for animal model development. Provides veterinary medical care to research animals. Serves as responsible for regulatory compliance, protocol review and IACUC participation. Performs other duties as assigned.
DVM or equivalent degree from an AVMA Council on Education accredited veterinary college or school. Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) or American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine(ACLAM) or be board-eligible and have an equivalent five years of experience.
Research Clinical Veterinarian NEIDL
Boston University NEIDL The Research Clinical Veterinarian will direct and oversee the ABSL-2, ABSL-3 and ABSL-4 research work at the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory (NEIDL). They will be responsible for a) providing direction to technical staff involved in daily care and clinical oversight/support for research animals, b) assisting investigators to develop surgical and non-surgical animal models, c) advising and mentoring staff in their professional development, d) participating in disease diagnosis and experimentation in ABSL-2/3/4 research areas at NEIDL and finally, e) training NEIDL staff to gain access and work in biocontainment. This position reports to the Attending Veterinarian.
AV and Director, Comparative Medicine Group (CMG)
Kansas State University Lead the Comparative Medicine Group, ABSL-1 through ABSL-3Ag research. Contact Cheryl Doerr for more information.
Iowa State University Clinical Veterinarian position. Laboratory Animal Resources Veterinary Services Unit is looking for a team member to join four other veterinarians working at a large land grant university. The candidate will work with multiple species, everything except primates.
Yerkes National Primate Research Center This position will have responsibilities split between the Main Station in Atlanta, GA and the Yerkes Field Station in Lawrenceville, Georgia, with the week divided between the two sites. At the Main Station, the Assistant Veterinarian will work in collaboration with and report directly to the Chief of Clinical Operations and at the Field Station; the Assistant Veterinarian will work in collaboration with and reports directly to the Assistant Director of Animal Resources, Field Station, as well as the Associate Director of Animal Resources.
Chief and Deputy Director of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Facility Management Branch
NIH/Office of Research Services/Division of Veterinary Resources (DVR) Posting soon to ACLAM website, LinkedIn, etc: Join our dynamic team as the Chief and Deputy Director of the Veterinary Medicine and Animal Facility Management Branch (VMAFM). The DVR Deputy Director will be responsible for overseeing the VMAFM staff in DVR-managed facilities on the Bethesda and Poolesville campuses by planning, managing and coordinating veterinary and facility resources and clinical/technical programs to ensure high quality veterinary care, research support, regulatory compliance, and AAALAC accreditation.
NHP Behavior Director and Scientist
Southwest National Primate Research Center Will lead the behavior program and conduct scholarly activity for the program and animal model support
Sinclair Research Center Clinical vet needed at growing mid-size CRO outside of Columbia, MO!
Vanderbilt University Medical Center The Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) Division of Animal Care (DAC) is currently seeking a motivated individual for a new faculty position of Clinical Laboratory Animal Veterinarian. The faculty appointment will be on the Clinical Educator, non-tenure track in the Department of Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology/Division of Comparative Medicine in Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine. Responsibilities will include: medical and surgical care of a large and diverse population of animal species (the majority of which are rodents); animal care and use protocol review to ensure conformance to accepted veterinary practices and regulations; formal and informal training of animal care and research staff; colony health monitoring (particularly rodents); compliance activities; design and implementation of standard operating procedures for the animal care program; formal and informal training as part of the Division of Comparative Medicine’s Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program; and participation in collaborative research and/or other scholarly activities.
**Please see posting on ACLAM website for additional details on qualifications and applying for the position.
Clinical Veterinarian Wake Forest Baptist Health and Atrium Health
Wake Forest Baptist Health and Atrium Health The Animal Resources Program (ARP) is seeking a Clinical Veterinarian to provide medical care to animals used at Wake Forest University, located in Winston-Salem, NC, and Atrium Health located in Charlotte, NC. With a team of other veterinarians, responsible for the provision of a comprehensive animal care program that ensures compliance with regulatory and accreditation requirements on both campuses. This is a unique opportunity for a motivated individual interested in the care of primates, rodents, and a variety of other species in a research-intensive setting. Overall duties will include: provision of clinical care, colony health surveillance and diagnostic services, anesthetic and surgical services, assistance with oversight and management of vivarium, investigator consultation and support, personnel training, and IACUC participation. The person will also be expected to participate in the training activities of the laboratory animal medicine and veterinary pathology residency programs, mentor veterinary and veterinary technician externs and contribute to the profession through research and involvement in professional organizations and participate in a rotating weekly on-call schedule to provide after-hours and weekend coverage.
Required Qualifications • DVM, VMD or equivalent from an AVMA-accredited or recognized school of veterinary medicine. • Licensed to practice veterinary medicine in at least one U.S. state. • Minimum three (3) years’ experience in laboratory animal specific practice with rodents and USDA covered species including primates and pigs. • Ability to regularly travel to our main campuses in Winston-Salem and Charlotte, NC.
Preferred qualifications • Residency in Laboratory Animal Medicine, veterinary surgery or Pathology and/or; • ACLAM board certification Salary will be commensurate with responsibilities and experience.
GSK As a Veterinarian Laboratory Animal Veterinarian, you will be responsible for interactions with Regulatory agencies (USDA, FDA, EMA etc) for program guidance, study interaction and design, risk evaluation, and regulatory compliance from a veterinary perspective. You will also plan and conduct experiments with animals and oversee broad areas of scientific work in various clinical disciplines