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Rainier Scholars Program

Four Year Program

Years 1 or 2 Participate in a 12 week Summer Research Program*
http://vet.osu.edu/node/1025/veterinary-scholar-summer-research-program
Years 1 or 2 Graduate Business Minor Program in Health Sciences*
Years 1-3

Complete select online electives in:

  • Drug Development, Regulatory Affairs, and Commercialization/Translational Training*
  • Plan and participate in Seminar Series on Careers in Industrial Veterinary Medicine (annual)*
Year 4 Industry or translation focused internship (up to six weeks)
Graduation with Rainier Scholar distinction

*resource support available

Requirements and Application Materials

  • 1st year  veterinary students (minimum 3.3 GPA eligibility requirement)
  • Essay on intent, highlighting how this experience aligns with and will help achieve career goals (500 word limit)
  • Current Advising Report - can be found on Buckeyelink
  • Resume or CV (curriculum vitae)

Next Deadline - December 20, 2017
Send all material as a single pdf file to Michele Morscher: morscher.1@osu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Rainier Scholars

Program Leader

Patrick Green, Robert Rainier Chair in Industrial Veterinary Medicine and Research
email: green.466@osu.edu

Program External Advisory Board

James Blacka, DVM, Director of Professional Services Veterinarians, North America for IDEXX Laboratories

Lauren Holtvoigt, DVM, Senior Manager of Regional Operations, National Veterinary Associates

Daniel S. Marsman, DVM, PhD, Head, Global Product Stewardship, Procter & Gamble Health Care; Head P&G Office of Animal Welfare

Tracey Papenfuss, DVM, PhD, Veterinary Pathologist II, Charles River Laboratories

Program Internal Advisory Board

Amanda Fark, Director, Office of Career Management

Susan Johnson, Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Stefan Niewiesk, Interim Chair Biosciences

Michael Oglesbee, Director, Summer Research Program

Jean Schelhorn, Director of Commericalization and Industry Collaborations

David Wilkie, Chair Clinical Sciences

Thomas Wittum, Chair Preventive Medicine

 

   

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