The Department of Anatomy and Physiology at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine has an immediate opening for a funded PhD student assistantship for Summer 2023.
The student will work on an interdisciplinary project funded by the USDA investigating the impact of species, breed, and sex on drug disposition and effects in cattle. Please see the attached flyer for more information about this opportunity.
We are seeking an exceptional undergraduate with research experience or student completing their MS to join our dynamic interdisciplinary team of veterinarians, pharmacologists, and animal behavior and welfare experts. The student will have the opportunity to collaborate with the team and conduct research that will contribute to improving drug efficacy, food safety, and animal welfare in cattle.
We would prefer candidates with experience in cattle handling as this project involves extensive work with cattle. The assistantship provides a stipend for living expenses and full funding for tuition.
Please see this announcement for additional information.