Residency Position - Standard Small Animal Biased Track - Veterinary  Diagnostic Imaging

Alma Mater Studiorum - Bologna University, Italy

We are offering a 4-year residency programme in veterinary diagnostic imaging leading to the Diploma of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (small animal track).  The residency is based in the University of Bologna, but part of the required large animal training will be performed at the University of Ghent and part of the required MRI training will be performed at Liverpool University.  Facilities include 64-slice CT, two ultrasound rooms, digital radiography and digital fluoroscopy and off-site high-field MRI, in a modern working environment with a large, varied caseload.  There is excellent multidisciplinary support. 

The position is available from September or October 2019 and the application closing date is June 15th 2019.  Applications can be directly sent to the programme director: Pascaline Pey, pascaline.pey@unibo.it.

Minimum qualifications for entry into programme:

  • Must be a graduate from a veterinary school that has been approved by the European Association of Veterinary Education Establishments (EAVEE). 
  • Must be registered/licensed to practice veterinary medicine and surgery in Italy. 
  • Must have a satisfactory moral and ethical standing in the profession and the community. 
  • Must have completed a minimum of one year in a recognized general clinical training programme (internship) or satisfactory veterinary practice equivalent for a minimum of two years. 
  • Must have a working knowledge of English and Italian. 

Candidates are expected to provide a letter of intention, a complete resume and two reference letters.  A personal interview will be performed on a short list of selected candidates.

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