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Mar. 07, 2018
Jul. 07, 2018

Anesthesia Intern

Texas A&M University

The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences

The Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at Texas A&M University offers a 12-month organized and comprehensive anesthesia internship program in small and large animal anesthesia and analgesia. The internship will commence July 2nd, 2018 and finish July 2nd, 2019. Minimum qualifications include a DVM degree or equivalent, completion of a rotating internship or equivalent, and eligibility for a regular or special license to practice veterinary medicine in Texas (see below). Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Prerequisites other than being a graduate of a college of veterinary medicine include:
- Successful completion of a small or large animal internship program or equivalent. 
- Any applicant who has graduated from a university outside of the United States must be eligible to obtain a valid regular license to practice veterinary medicine in Texas. This will require: 
(1) graduation from an AVMA-accredited College of Veterinary Medicine OR completion of the PAVE or ECFVG certificate. 
(2) a passing score on the NAVLE, and 
(3) a passing score on the Texas State Board examination

***Note that the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences will not sponsor applicants for H-1B or E-3 nonimmigrant employee categories. 

1. To provide the intern with advanced training in veterinary anesthesiology through participation in the clinical management of anesthesia in domestic, laboratory, and exotic species. In-depth clinical and theoretical training will be provided in, but not limited to, anesthesia equipment and monitoring, pharmacology, physiology and pathophysiology, perioperative anesthesia and analgesia, chronic pain management, cardiopulmonary and cerebral resuscitation, and advanced anesthesia techniques (e.g., locoregional anesthesia, one lung ventilation, neuromuscular blockade).

The intern is encouraged to participate in ongoing research and to prepare at least one case report, retrospective, or prospective manuscript for publication.

Where & How to Apply

Letter of intent, curriculum vitae, academic transcript, and 3 letters of reference is required and should be sent electronically to For more information please contact Dr. Brad Simon via email:

Dr. Brad Simon