Indiana MS-Graduate Training/Residency Program in Laboratory Animal Medicine


ACADEMIC RECOGNITION: Trainees earn a non-thesis Masters of Science Degree upon completion.

ACCESSIBLE: Indiana is located in the heartland of the USA. All four institutions are located within a 100-mile radius. 

COMPREHENSIVE: Methods of instruction consists of a combination of didactic training, directed projects, and hands-on experience with all of the principal laboratory animal species, including primates, mice and other rodents, farm animals, small animals, as well as many others including fish, amphibians, and avian species.

DIVERSE: Training is provided at four different institutions, each with a unique staff and mission. These missions include basic medical research, veterinary research, production of research animals, production and care of animals in a farm setting, pharmaceutical discovery, and pharmaceutical safety testing.

MULTIPLE MENTORS: Several ACLAM diplomates as well as several diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Pathology (ACVP) participate in the training program.

UNIQUE: Multi-institutional program with both academic and corporate participation.

Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, 625 Harrison Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-7607

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