Big update about the job I applied and got rejected for at the CDC, and the even more interesting position I’ll be moving on to instead.
Learn how Dr. Anna O’Brien makes extra money while writing freelance articles on a variety of veterinary and animal topics.
These are five of the most popular stories I shared on Facebook and Twitter over the last couple of weeks.
Learn about unique funded PhD programs all over the world that can serve as the next step on the path to an uncommon veterinary career!
This fellowship is available for U.S. graduate students and provides plenty of money to design your own overseas internship or research experience.
This scholarship provides money for both U.S. and international students to spend 12 weeks working on some exciting infectious disease research projects.
I recently wrote an article for About.com that provides a good summary of my work as a veterinarian and active duty officer in the U.S. Army.
I interview Dr. Romina Hennig, a recent veterinary graduate who is working full-time with the federal government’s Food Safety & Inspection Service (FSIS) while also serving in the U.S. Army Reserves. http://traffic.libsyn.com/elliottgarber/04_Uncommon_Veterinarian_004__Food_Safety_and_Army_Reserves_Veterinarian_Dr._Romina_Hennig.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed
Veterinarians with open eyes and ready hands are needed to help address some of the biggest questions facing our planet today. Read this article I wrote for Veterinary Compendium.
I recently published an article in the New York Times about a bomb-sniffing dog under my care who was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan.