The Department of Clinical Sciences and The Flint Animal Cancer Center and the Clinical Oncology Service at Colorado State University are offering an ACVS Fellowship in Surgical Oncology (www.csuanimalcancercenter.org). The training program is designed for veterinarians who have completed a 3-year ACVS approved residency in small animal surgery. The 54-week appointment will consist of 42 weeks of clinic duties, with up to 8 weeks off to study for ACVS boards and 2-4 weeks for out rotations in areas of surgical oncology. The 35,000 square foot Flint Animal Cancer Center (FACC) is a research and cancer affinity facility adjoined to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital which houses oncology personnel and operations. Research within the FACC includes: limb sparing, cortical allografts, bone morphogenesis, osteogenesis, stem cell research, infection, tumor markers, drug delivery systems, preclinical drug testing, pharmacology, gene therapy, oncogenesis, metastasis, radiation therapy, pathology and clinical oncology research. The robust Clinical Oncology Service contributes to over 25% of the small animal veterinary teaching hospital caseload annually providing for ample training opportunities, and now operates in a brand new spacious state-of-the-art clinical space.
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