The Biomedical Research Training for Veterinarians program provides research training in molecular biology, genetic technology, and animal models in preparation for careers as principal investigators in comparative medicine and pathology.
Trainees are empowered to become independently-funded principal investigators in biomedical research
Emphasis on critical thinking, experimental design, data interpretation, scientific writing, and communication skills
Work alonside NIH-funded investigators conducting contemporary biomedical research
The Biomedical Research Training for Veterinarians program equips trainees with essential experience valued by a variety of industries, including:
- Non-profit research
- Public health
- Clinical pathology
- Laboratory animal medicine
- Molecular biology
- Toxicology and pharmacokinetics
Training and Experience
The training environment emphasizes primary bench research employing methods in molecular biology and immunology, critical thinking, experimental design, scientific writing and communication skills, enabling trainees to build bridge basic research and in vivo application using animal models.
Coursework consists of a minimum essential core of graduate courses in molecular and cell biology, program-tailored coursework in immunology and either infectious or environmental disease pathogenesis, biostatistics, scientific writing, and ethical conduct of research.
The vast majority of course credit, time, and emphasis will be on experimental design and primary laboratory research.
Application Information and Deadlines
To apply, complete the Online Graduate Application via the Graduate School. Early submission is encouraged.
|February 15||Application Deadline|
Have questions about the program, minimum requirements, application process, or compensation and benefits? Fill out the contact form to get in touch with our program staff.
Compensation and Benefits
Residents receive a stipend and full tuition coverage. For more information about Colorado State University employee benefits, visit the Human Resources website.