The NCSU Investigative Dermatology Residency Program is intended to provide advanced clinical and research training in veterinary and comparative dermatology. This formalized program is aimed uniquely at the training of dermatology clinician-scientists.
The program length is three years. The resident will be involved in the receiving and care of companion animals with skin diseases as part of NC States Veterinary Health Complex Dermatology Service. When on clinics, the resident will supervise senior veterinary student enrolled in the dermatology rotation and lead weekly rounds with them.
The resident will be required to attend clinical and histopathological rounds as a part of his/her training and complete at least once research project that will be published in a peer-reviewed journal. Requires DVM or equivalent doctorate (e.g., VMD, BVSc) by an American Veterinary Medical Associate (AVMA) Council on Education accredited program, or by a Recognized School of Veterinary Medicine as defined by the AVMA. N/A
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