The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Louisiana State University is searching for an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine. This position will be tenure-track.
Provide direct patient care for animals presented to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, participate in and help supervise the small animal internal medicine service of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, cooperate with other clinical faculty in the clinical and hospital practice, support the emergency duty clinicians through provision or supervision of the small animal internal medicine service when requested, participate in the didactic and tutorial instructional programs of the School of Veterinary Medicine, cooperate with other faculty members in the development of teaching programs, visual aids and other instructional materials.
Participate in the School’s research program as a team leader or member, participate in residency training and in the continuing education and public relations programs of the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Assistant Professor Rank:
Associate Professor Rank:
Full Professor Rank:
Board certification by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) or equivalent
Per PS 18- This position is a part of the Emergency Response Personnel - these personnel are linked with the hospital during any emergency response event and are expected to report in and perform as outlined in the emergency response plan.
Required to be capable of lifting up to 40 pounds, standing or walking for prolonged periods, able to reach and/or climb a ladder, kneel or sit on the floor, bending, squatting, and/or twisting.
*Due to the nature of this position and/or responsibilities, this position is subject to random drug & alcohol testing in accordance with University Policy Statement 67*
A copy of your transcript(s) may be attached to your application (if available). However, original DVM transcripts are required prior to hire. Any degrees received outside of the United States will require a credential evaluation by a NACES member prior to hire. Please provide your CV and three professional references including name, title, phone number and e-mail address.
Please submit all required application materials on the LSU Career Site. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine is a dynamic community dedicated to saving lives, finding cures, and changing lives through outstanding clinical and community service, educational excellence, and groundbreaking scholarly research. The School is composed of three academic departments: Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Pathobiological Sciences, and Veterinary Clinical Sciences plus the Veterinary Medical Library, VTH&C, and the Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory. It supports a diverse learning environment for professional and graduate students, residents and interns, and post-doctoral fellows and serves as the center of biomedical research for the LSU campus funded by the National Institutes of Health, United States Department of Agriculture, and other federal, state, and industrial resources.
The School’s research focus can be seen in its Center of Excellence for Infectious Diseases, Equine Health Studies Program, Division of Biotechnology & Molecular Medicine (BioMMED), Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine, and Laboratory for Equine and Comparative Orthopedic Research. On the local and state level, the SVM has established research partnerships with the LSU Health Sciences Center, Tulane National Primate Center, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, LSU Agriculture Center, and the LSU Aquaculture Research Station. Furthermore, SVM faculty are engaged in many research collaborations with national and international academic and research institutions. They conduct cutting edge Comparative Biomedical and Translational Research at the SVM. The SVM faculty have successfully garnered research funding from a number of extramural granting agencies including NIH, USDA-NIFA, NSF, and Morris Animal Foundation. The SVM was ranked eighth overall for research funding in 2020 by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research among the 32 veterinary schools in the US. SVM also participates in national and state disease diagnostic and surveillance programs through LADDL and plays a significant role in protecting animal and human health in Louisiana.
The School was fully accredited by the AVMA-COE in 2020. It offers three degrees including the D.V.M. degree and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical & Veterinary Medical Sciences.
Training geared toward board certification in AVMA recognized specialty colleges is offered in the Veterinary Clinical Sciences and Pathobiological Sciences departments. To learn more about the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine’s history, mission and strategic plan, visit https://www.lsu.edu/vetmed/index.php.
We are dedicated to creating an educational environment that celebrates and embraces differences in every individual and promotes cultural inclusion, mutual respect, and trust among members of the community of students, faculty, and staff. In fact, the School was recently awarded the 2020 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. Highlights include:
To learn more about the SVM Diversity Office as well as view the SVM Diversity Strategic Plan, visit https://www.lsu.edu/vetmed/diversity/.
We believe diversity, equity, and inclusion enrich the educational experience of our students, faculty, and staff, and are necessary to prepare all people to thrive personally and professionally in a global society. Therefore, LSU is firmly committed to an environment that affords respect to all members of our community. We will work to eliminate barriers that any members of our community experience.
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We accept personal and professional responsibility to eliminate bias and oppression wherever they are found. We understand our obligation to speak up when we see bias whether it be in our teaching, study, or daily work. Our community will educate themselves proactively and continuously about how to intervene and bring bias to the attention of others with commitment and compassion.
We will hold ourselves accountable for our actions and inactions, and for maintaining intentional, measurable, and meaningful efforts to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion, including through ongoing evaluation of our policies, practices, and procedures.