Locum positions are available in the Diagnostic Imaging section for in-person and virtual service on an occasional basis. Qualifications include a DVM or equivalent degree and completion of an ACVR or ECVDI approved residency training program or board certification. Responsibilities will be focused on providing clinical service to large and small animal patients admitted to the Purdue Veterinary Hospital, instructing and supervising residents, and veterinary students (if in-person).
State of the art equipment is available on site and includes digital radiography (Eklin DR & Fuji DR, CR), Toshiba Aplio i800 ultrasound, GE Lightspeed VCT 64 slice CT scanner with equine imaging capabilities, fluoroscopy, and a MiE Scintron equine nuclear scintigraphy scanner with various collimators. The MRI Scanner is a 1.5T GE LXi used for small animal and equine patients.
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