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USDA VS Centers for Epidemiology & Animal Health
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Experience will be addressing one or more animal diseases and building data structures for analysis to identify possible spatial/temporal componenets that contribute to the presence of a disease agent in the population being studied.
Our staff include veterinarians (full range specialties), economists, ecologists, entomologists, acarologist population medicine specialists, one-health specialists, and more.
CEAH has a library dedicated to animal health research literature and other resources. It is staffed with a full-time professional librarian.
- To learn epidemiological methods through first-hand experience
- To interact with animal health professionals on staff
- To learn about USDA program opportunities for veterinary students before & after graduation
Exposure/access to animal health professionals will be 8 hrs. per day, 5 days per week.
USDA Veterinary Services, Centers for Epidemiology & Animal Health
2150 Centre Ave., Bldg. B
Fort Collins, CO 80526
jerome [dot] e [dot] freier [at] aphis [dot] usda [dot] gov
Jerome E. Freier