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!
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.
Read about the wide variety of options for veterinarians and vet students to spend a year abroad with funding through the Fulbright programs.
In this episode of The Uncommon Veterinarian Podcast, I interview wildlife veterinarian and infectious disease researcher Dr. Jonathan Epstein.
Colin Basler spent eight weeks in Kenya through the CDC Hubert Global Health Fellowship program. This funded program gave him hands-on experience in field epidemiology and public health practice as he studied influenza and rabies.
A recent article from the journal Nature gave encouraging news about the job market for veterinarians in non-traditional fields.
Read on to learn about a number of fully funded programs for graduate study at top-notch universities in the United Kingdom.
Learn about an opportunity to get paid for pursuing a graduate degree on wildlife and public health.
Feeling the itch to escape from the grind for a year? Here are all the details on an amazing opportunity for vets and vet students to get paid for learning infectious disease research while living overseas.
This funded fellowship program took me to Mozambique to work on an agricultural development project.