Veterinary Orthopedic Society News
October / November 2018 - In This Issue:
Lecture at VOS 2018 Conference
VOS 2018 Conference participants get ready to listen to a presenter during a morning scientific session.
Get Registered for the VOS 2019 Conference in Breckenridge!
Dear VOS members,

I hope your fall is going well. Last month I had the pleasure of attending the World Veterinary Orthopaedic Congress in Barcelona. I saw many of you there, but for those who were unable to attend, you missed a great meeting. There were a total of 1,005 attendees from 50 different countries. The scientific sessions were excellent, and the city of Barcelona was beautiful and fun. VOS will host the next WVOC in 2022, but I encourage you to plan to attend the next European Congress in 2026 as well.
Just after the WVOC was over, we received the sad news that one of our long-time members, Frank Rapp, passed away. Frank was always a sight on the hill in his yellow Spyder outfit, skiing gracefully down the mountain. He loved the ski race and was always ready with words of encouragement or assistance. I remember one time I rode my snowboard into a tree well. I would probably still be there if Frank had not pulled me out. RIP.
As previously reported, our meeting planner, Penny Smith, will be retiring after our 2021 meeting. We are interviewing meeting planners and continued our decision-making at our fall board meeting last week at the ACVS Surgery Summit. We are well aware of the importance of making arrangements for the 2022 VOS/WVOC meeting, so rest assured we are on it. Due to the size of the WVOC meeting, we need to go ahead and start putting together a planning committee right now, so let me know if you would be interesting in helping out with it.
While planning ahead for 2022, we are not losing focus on our 2019 Conference in Breckenridge from February 9-16. Sponsors are signing on, abstracts are in, a great program is coming together, we have a very interesting Jacques Jenny lecturer, the facility is the best, and the town is fun. All we need is you! Go to and get registered! Room selection is best if you register early. Don't forget about the $150 discount on registration fees when you book your lodging through from our web site.
Jeff Godwin I was pleased to see many of you at the ACVS Surgery Summit in Phoenix. I want to thank the VOS Board for all of their hard work during our fall meeting. We have a great board, and I am looking forward to future productive meetings with you.
Enjoy the rest of your fall. Happy cutting!

Jeff Godwin

Online registration is now open for the VOS 2019 Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado!

VOS 2019 Conference 
February 9-16, 2019    
Breckenridge, Colorado 
To receive the early-bird discount, be sure to register before November 30, 2018 and also secure your lodging through VOS.

We have also opened reservations for lodging, lift tickets and other transportation needs. To receive a discount on your registration, you must reserve your lodging with

Make lodging, lift ticket, and travel reservations 
For travel questions, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of, at or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.
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Photo: Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort.

Jeff Godwin
Alan Cross
Past President
Janet Van Dyke
President Elect
Raviv Balfour
Jen Warnock
Cheryl Tano 
Advertising / Publicity / Sponsor Chair
José M. Garcia-Lopez
Scientific Program
Caleb Hudson
Scientific Program, Assistant Chair
Jason Syrcle 
Ashlee Watts 
Nina Kieves 
Exhibit Chair
Richard "Dick" Lau
Director, Education Foundation
Wanda Gordon-Evans 
Assistant Director, Education Foundation 
Maralyn R. Probst
Executive Secretary


Veterinary Orthopedic Society

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Telephone: 720-335-6051   






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2019 46th Annual VOS Conference
February 9-16, 2019
Breckenridge, Colorado

2020 47th Annual VOS Conference 
February 1-8, 2020
Sun Valley, Idaho 

2021 48th Annual VOS Conference 
February 13-20, 2021
Big Sky, Montana  
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We are looking for advice to pass on to those who are interviewing for their first jobs as surgeons. If you have any advice as someone that has recently interviewed for their first job or has had to interview people for their first job, please email Jen Warnock, Communication Chair, at We will share responses in an upcoming newsletter article.
VOS continues to offer advertising space in the electronically delivered newsletters.

Advertisers may choose to place an ad for one billing cycle, which covers three newsletter issues, or select a discounted annual package, which covers nine newsletter issues.

VOS offers vertical banner ad space in addition to horizontal banner ad space. Horizontal and vertical banner ads are available in two sizes (single-height or double-height), and each ad may be linked to the advertiser's website homepage or other web page.

A maximum of 15 horizontal and 2 vertical advertising spaces are available in each issue, and priority is given to annual advertisers.

To receive more details about the advertising program, please contact Cheryl Tano (



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Please send your news items with photos if possible to

Are you a speaker at an upcoming conference? Know of a cool seminar or workshop you think our members would want to attend? Whether it is you, a fellow member or one of your hardworking residents, let us help spread the word. Shoot an email to and include your name, the title of your talk, date, location and link (if available).
When you make a payment at the VOS Store, you may also donate online to the VOS Educational Foundation. We have set up donation amounts of $50, $100, and $250 or you may make a donation of any amount by choosing the custom donation option. Donations to the VOS Educational Foundation are tax deductible.
VCOT cover VOS members are eligible for a discounted subscription to the Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology (VCOT) journal. VCOT is the official journal for 11 organizations, one of which is VOS.

Learn more about VCOT.

All VOS members are qualified to subscribe to VCOT at a reduced yearly fee of $155. Without VOS membership, the cost would be $315.

VOS annual dues of $110 ($25 for Interns and Residents) must be paid to receive this rate. Subscription includes printed copies & online access to current issues and archive back to 1988.

Please note that individual subscriptions are limited to online access by one person only. PIN will be issued by publisher.

Subscriptions include 6 issues and usually start with Issue 1 or Issue 4, depending on payment date. If you have questions about VCOT subscriptions, please contact Maralyn Probst at

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Subscriptions to VCOT are not automatically invoiced or renewed.
Please see the Subscribe to the VCOT Journal page on our website for complete details.

If you are subscribing or renewing, please be sure to provide your PREFERRED MAILING ADDRESS on the online order form or paper order form. The VCOT journal will be sent to the preferred mailing address listed on your order form.

by Penny Smith, 
Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge_ Colorado Lodging/Lift Ticket Update: We still have space at Beaver Run including everything from hotel rooms, studios and larger units up to 4 bedrooms, BUT you need to book soon since the week of the conference is a very popular week and Beaver Run will be asking for us to release lodging that we haven't sold by December 9. We need to meet a lodging minimum to guarantee our conference space so please book your reservations for lodging soon.
The lift tickets are at a very good rate right now and will be going up in mid-December. We have added a link for discounted equipment rentals at the VOS travel website - please use that link for your discount. Email me at if you have any questions at all. Thanks so much!
by Jeff Godwin

Did you know that VOS membership comes with many great benefits?
  • Discounted VOS Conference registration ($125 savings)
  • Discounted VCOT subscription (save $160 off the regular rate of $315)
  • Free classified ads in newsletter and on our website. Non-members have to pay a fee.
  • Opportunity to win $100 off VOS Conference registration by submitting the best surgical tip or trick or pearl of wisdom
  • Opportunity to publish news about publications, speaking opportunities, job changes, promotions, and awards in the VOS newsletter
Don't miss out - join VOS today!
VOS is pleased to offer several hands-on labs for our 2019 attendees. Labs will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center in Breckenridge.

Labs are still being planned. Please check our VOS 2019 Conference Labs page for the most up-to-date information.

Below are details for the labs that are currently scheduled. Please check our VOS 2019 Conference Labs page on our website for the most up-to-date information on these labs and additional labs that may be scheduled.

VOS would like to thank Veterinary Orthopedic Implants, Biovision Veterinary Endoscopy, Owl Manor Veterinary, and Arthrex Vet Systems for offering these wonderful opportunities for our members. Space is limited. Register today!

Practical Applications of the Cannulated Compression Screw

Veterinary Orthopedic Implants logo Course Description: The headless compression screw (HCS/CCS) system is useful for situations when a lag screw or pin and tension band might be used. The system allows k-wires to be placed initially to facilitate reduction and simplify lag screw placement. The cannulated HCS/CCS is placed over the k-wire after drilling with a cannulated drill bit. There is no need to drill a gliding and a thread hole. The HCS/CCS can be placed much more quickly than pin and tension bands and is less likely to cause irritation. The HCS/CCS is also very useful in minimally-invasive surgical applications. The HCS/CCS system and plastic bone models will be used to repair a lateral humeral condyle fracture, femoral neck fracture, TTT with TPLO.

VOI provides all equipment and materials for this course.
RACE approved credit hours. Certificate of Completion.

Course Instructors: Brian Beale, DVM, DACVS; Caleb Hudson, MS, DVM, DACVS

Registration: Click here to learn more and register for the Veterinary Orthopedic Implants lab.

Needlescope Application with Point of Care Biologics

Biovision Veterinary Endoscopy and Owl Manor Veterinary logos Course Description: Lead the way and learn the latest arthroscopic diagnostic surgical technique, "NeedleOscopy" and biologic intra-articular administration under visualization. The purpose of this wet lab is to familiarize veterinarians with the ease maneuvering a 1.2mm (18-gauge) needle arthroscope in a joint, processing autologous point-of-care devices, and applying autologous protein solution under visualization. The lab will focus on performing joint lameness diagnostics, blood processing through a newly available point-of-care device, and arthroscopic guided administration under visualization on canine cadavers.

Many advances in canine musculoskeletal diagnostic imaging have been made in the past years with the use of MRI and improved ultrasound machines. Unfortunately, many times radiographic images don't show the problem because they show very little soft tissue, which is a common cause of stifle soreness. The NeedleView scope modality has helped practitioners to improve the ability to obtain a definitive diagnosis so that they could determine the appropriate treatment plan. A complete joint exploratory and / or administration of an autologous protein solution can be performed in a few minutes without general anesthesia on a canine while the canine patient is sedated and the joint locally blocked. This procedure obviates the need for general anesthesia surgical procedure, but in some cases, routine arthroscopy is required. The procedure allows the surgeon to document intraarticular findings to determine the best course of treatment. Pro-Stride APS is a proprietary dual-device system whose output produces a concentrated solution of cells, platelets, growth factors, and anti-inflammatory proteins. The output of the device is all-natural (from the patient's own blood), has clinically demonstrated effectiveness, and is convenient (no incubation, <20-minute processing, ambulatory).

Course Instructors: Chad Devitt, DVM; Kristin Kirkby Shaw, DVM; and Sam Franklin, DVM

Registration: Click here to learn more and register for the Biovision Veterinary Endoscopy and Owl Manor Veterinary lab.

Canine Unicompartmental Elbow (CUE) for Elbow Dysplasia
Presented by Arthrex Vet Systems  

Arthrex Vet Systems logo Course Description: Course description coming soon. Please check the VOS 2019 Conference Labs page for more information.

Please check the VOS 2019 Conference Labs page on our website for the most up-to-date information on these labs and additional labs that may be scheduled.

VOS 2019 Conference brochure The VOS 2019 Conference brochure is now available! Please download the brochure to learn more about the VOS 2019 Conference registration and accommodations in Breckenridge, Colorado.

For questions or travel reservations, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of, at or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.

VOS 2019 Conference promotional slideAre you speaking at a meeting in the months ahead? Advertising/Sponsor Chair Cheryl Tano has created a PowerPoint slide that you can insert into your presentation to promote the VOS 2019 Conference in Breckenridge, Colorado.

After you have downloaded the slide, insert it into your presentation, and encourage everyone to join you at the VOS 2019 Conference!
Pearl of wisdom VOS members: Do you have a surgical tip or trick you have figured out, or pearls of wisdom you would like to share? The VOS newsletter wants to get you published and share your wisdom! Send your name and practice location, and your pearl of wisdom, and any helpful photos or images, and we will publish it in the VOS newsletter. At the end of the year, the VOS member who submits the best bit of wisdom will win a $100 discount off the conference registration for the 2019 VOS meeting. Send your entries to
In this issue, we are featuring a key sponsor of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society. We will have more sponsor profiles in upcoming issues. To submit your company's information for a Spotlight profile, please contact Dr. Cheryl Tano, VOS sponsor chair.

VTS logo Location:
Kent, Washington
What year was the company started? 1996
What products / services does your company offer?
Veterinary Transplant Services is the leading provider of transplantable graft materials specifically for use in animals. We provide bone grafts, tendons and other soft tissues, corneas, osteochondral and other specialty or customized grafts for veterinary patients. VTS is founded on the principles and current standards that guide banking of human tissues. We focus on contributing to the advancement of medicine and improving the quality of life for pets and other animals. They benefit from having life-enhancing tissues and grafts that transform degenerative diseases or traumatic injury into normal, healed biologic tissue.
What should Veterinary Orthopedic Society members know about your company?
Allografts have advantages that autografts do not. Particle size is optimized to increase surface area (compared to autografts) and that, combined with demineralization, allows for rapid availability of native growth factors so, although autografts do have viable cells, osteoinductive allografts are most often placed in sites that contain the patient's own viable cells. This is why most studies show that in long term outcome studies, there is no difference in healing between allografts and autografts. These advantages, combined with the pain and potential morbidity that an additional surgical site creates, is what drives surgeons to use allografts, even in primary repairs. From Orthomix/Periomix, Synergy & Fusion Xpress, to our structural grafts and our newest product Fortigen™-P, grafts can help with everything from complex fracture repair, arthrodesis, spinal fusion, cranio-maxillo-facial reconstruction, reduction of periodontal disease, bony void filling, and delivery of antibiotics or other growth factors locally. Bone allografts can help increase bone density, restore bone height, reduce risk of fracture, and prevent the need for additional surgery.
Can you explain a challenging situation that your company was able to solve?
Prior to the establishment of VTS, bone grafts or other tissue grafts were not generally available for pets. The wide availability of a variety of graft materials including osteoinductive particulates, putties, blocks, cortical bone sheets, structural segmental grafts, tendons, and viable corneas have significantly widened the options for veterinarians to provide optimized solutions for veterinary patients.

Can you tell us about any new products or services your company is developing?
Fortigen™-P is real bone allograft (Orthomix®), with a proprietary surface modification that delivers enhanced osteoinductivity, robust healing, and a powerful and effective alternative to BMP-2. It has been developed and tested over the past 3 years and some of the surgical successes in extremely complicated cases are nothing short of amazing. In clinical cases, time to heal is comparable to those published for BMP-2. The safety profile for FORTIGEN-P is superior to that reported for BMP-2, because the signal doesn't leave the site; it stays with the graft facilitating bone formation locally.
To learn more, please visit the Veterinary Transplant Services website.
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VOS members and non-members are encouraged to post classified ads in the VOS newsletter and website. Please send us your job openings, residencies, internships and other notices so we can help publicize these opportunities to the veterinary orthopedic community.

VOS members: Classified ads are free and will be posted for 3 newsletter issues. Please contact the VOS office at if you wish to renew your ad.

Non-members: The fee for non-members is $135 for text ads and $150 for ads with a logo. Ads will be posted for 3 newsletter issues. (Non-members are also encouraged to join VOS and post their ads for free!)

Each classified ad is limited to 100 words and should include a web link or email address so applicants may respond directly to you. Ads also may include a small logo (please submit your logo as a JPG, PNG, EPS or PDF file with your text).

Please submit all classified ads to Maralyn Probst, Executive Secretary, at All classified ads are subject to board approval.


Surgeon, VCA Animal Specialty and Emergency Center, West Los Angeles
VCA Animal Specialty and Emergency Center is seeking a Surgeon to join our multi-doctor team of board-certified specialists.
Candidates should have a strong interest in soft tissue, orthopedic, spinal and minimally invasive surgeries as well as an interest in the teaching and training of the resident and interns.
Located in West Los Angeles, VCA ASEC is the largest veterinary surgical group in Southern California with five individual operating rooms, digital radiography with fluoroscopy, a 16-slice GE helical CT scanner, C-arm with digital subtraction, Arthrex tower for all minimally invasive general and orthopedic procedures.
If interested, email


Board-Certified Surgeons or Individuals Who Completed Surgery Residency Training, BluePearl Veterinary Partners
BluePearl Veterinary Partners is seeking board-certified surgeons or individuals who have completed surgery residency training. FT and Locum opportunities available. BluePearl has a sole focus on specialty and emergency care and is one of the largest private employers of veterinary specialists. With more than 65 hospitals stretching from the redwoods of the Pacific Northwest to the skyscrapers of the Northeast to the sandy beaches of the Florida coast, we have an opportunity where you want to be!
BluePearl is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For details, go to


Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center Small Animal Surgeon, Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center, Omaha, NE
Sirius Veterinary Orthopedic Center is searching for a motivated, energetic, team-oriented surgeon to join our team. Full time and locum opportunities are available.
Sirius Vet is the first clinic of its kind in Omaha, NE. We provide top notch orthopedic care to the over 1.5 million prospective clients and 300 plus veterinarians in the Omaha metropolitan area. Our state-of-the-art surgical center allows us to focus our case selection and provide superior treatment while "helping return four-legged athletes to their peak performance".
If you are interested in knowing more about Sirius Vet, check out or contact Dr. Chris Horstman at 402-934-1332 or


Bruce Pratt Endowed Chair of Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery, Auburn University
The Department of Clinical Sciences at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking qualified applicants to fill an endowed faculty position titled, the Bruce Pratt Endowed Chair of Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery. The successful candidate will enter a tenure-track position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor depending on experience. The faculty member hired into this faculty position will have a national and/or international reputation in small animal orthopedic surgery.
Please see the complete advertisement and apply online at:
Auburn University is an EEO/Vet/Disability Employer.


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Tenure-Track or Clinical Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Veterinary Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, Full-time, 100% (12-month basis) Tenure-Track or Clinical Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Veterinary Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery
The Small Animal Surgery program at the University of Illinois' College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a qualified surgeon to join our highly productive and dynamic group of specialists. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To view the complete job announcement and submit a candidate profile, please visit: by December 15, 2018. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.


Small Animal Orthopedic Surgeon, West Los Angeles, California
VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital is seeking applications for a small animal orthopedic surgeon. Preference will be given to candidates who are board-certified. Our staff includes 52 veterinarians with specialists in internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, cardiology, oncology, radiation oncology, radiology, behavior and rehabilitation/integrative medicine.
Preference will be given to individuals with a strong interest and demonstrated competency in orthopedic surgery including joint replacement and arthroscopic procedures. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience, 401K retirement plan, health insurance, paid vacation and compensation for continuing education.
Please send curriculum vitae to Dr Nicole Buote, DVM, DACVS, E-mail:


Surgeon, Asheville, North Carolina
Make your move to Asheville, NC !!
Asheville is referred to as an art colony, Foodtopia, and a healing resort along the Blue Ridge Parkway. There's something special about Asheville, and the world is just beginning to discover it.
Upstate Veterinary Specialists in Asheville are looking for a surgeon to work a 4 day work week with a multi-specialty team, CT, radiology and great equipment for MIS and scoping. This is a great team in a great location.
To learn more forward your CV to:
Dr. Laura Buscher, DVM: or
Patrick O'Keefe, LVT:


Surgeon, Dallas, Texas
We are currently seeking a surgeon at DVSC in Dallas, TX, a Compassion-First network hospital.
Join a staff of 13 surgeons working a great schedule.
Compassion-First Pet Hospitals provides a platform for your dreams by valuing individuality and innovation at the practice level, while recognizing the power and promise of collaboration.
Everything is bigger in Texas and Dallas-Ft. Worth is the 4th largest in the USA. You'll find everything a big city has to offer alongside plenty of outdoor activity and bar-b-que!
To begin your journey send a CV to:
Laura Buscher, DVM: 815-674-6000
Patrick O'Keefe, LVT: 973-986-0620


Entrepreneurial Experienced Surgeon Opportunity, Fredericksburg, Virginia
Join us in Fredericksburg, VA where you can be the hero. The rDVM community needs you to manage a large caseload for them. No on call, 4 day week, generous compensation and a dynamite surgical staff. 24/7 ER, Rehab with underwater treadmill and more.
Fredericksburg is a great community steeped in history, within an hour of any outdoor activity you enjoy. An hour from D.C., Charlottesville (UVA) and Richmond, VA.
If this matches the next step on your career path, contact one of us for more info.
Laura Buscher, DVM:
Patrick O'Keefe:


Small Animal Surgeon, Boston Area Hospital
Boston West is seeking a small animal surgeon to join our Emergency and Specialty Referral hospital in Natick, MA.
Located close to Boston, Boston West offers a highly collaborative culture that strives for excellence, is optimistic, collaborative, and supportive.
Boston West is a 10,000 square foot open concept facility with two surgical suites equipped for general soft tissue, orthopedic surgeries, and minimally invasive surgeries. We are also equipped with digital radiology, ultrasound, and on-site CT. MRI and fluoroscopy capability are available at our in-network hospital 20 miles away.
To find out more about this opportunity or to apply, click here.


Instructor in Equine Ambulatory Service, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Veterinary Teaching Hospital
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Veterinary Teaching Hospital invites applicants for a full-time Instructor in Equine Medicine, Surgery and Theriogenology (EQMST) section. Candidates must have a DVM degree or equivalent, have completed an equine internship or have a minimum of 1 year of post-graduate equine veterinary experience. Achieve Illinois and DEA licensure and USDA accreditation is required for this position. Salary is commensurate with experience, and application deadline is December 1, 2018.
To view the full job announcement and create a candidate profile:
Illinois is an EEO/ADA/Disability employer


University of Illinois' College of Veterinary Medicine, Clinical Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Veterinary Anesthesia and Pain Management
Professional duties include clinical service, clinical instruction of residents, interns; veterinary and graduate students. Teaching responsibilities also include didactic, small group and laboratory instruction. Candidates must have a DVM degree or equivalent, and have achieved board-eligibility or board certification in the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia or the European College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia to be considered. Salary is commensurate with experience.
To view the full job announcement and create a candidate profile:
Illinois is an EEO/ADA/Disability employer


Assistant/Associate Professor in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery, Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Clinical Sciences, invites applications for an Assistant/Associate Professor in Small Animal Orthopedic Surgery. The position will be tenure-track or clinical-track depending on the candidate. A DVM or equivalent, and board certification/board eligibility by the ACVS or ECVS is required. Candidates with an MS or PhD in a related field are preferred for a tenure-track position. A complete job description is available at Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.


Ambulatory Surgical Referral Practice for Sale, Metro Washington DC / Baltimore / Northern Virginia
Owner retiring after 30 years : Includes all equipment and instrumentation
Certified Technician if desired
Excellent Hospital Base
Contact :


Cardiologist, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
The University of Illinois is seeking a Cardiologist to join its faculty. The successful candidate must have a DVM degree or equivalent, and have achieved ACVIM- or ECVIM- Cardiology board certification or board eligibility. We are looking for a candidate who is a strong team player, and is interested in developing productive research, service, and/or teaching programs that can integrate with activities of other groups across the university's multidisciplinary collaborative research campus. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. To view the full position and submit an application, visit:
The U of I is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled

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