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Fellowships in Animal Infectious Agents & Zoonoses

Fellowships in Food Animal Biosecurity: Infectious Agents and Zoonoses

Goal:
Ph.D. training in the USDA National Needs Targeted Expertise Shortage Area of sciences for agricultural biosecurity

Focus of Research:
Multi-disciplinary and comprehensive basic sciences training in animal infectious diseases, zoonoses, or biosecurity. Graduates will be prepared for leadership positions in research and practices pertaining to infectious agents affecting agricultural animals and humans.

Prerequisites:
Graduate Student status, U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status


Contact:
Dr. Mark S. Rutherford, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine, at 612-625-4281 or ruthe003@umn.edu

Application deadline:
December 15


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