Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology)

Residencies and Other Training Opportunities


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Program

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology Internship
Small Animal and Large Animal Focus positions

Authorized Administrative Official

Rhonda L. Wallen
Academic Coordinator
Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
PO BOX 646610, Pullman, WA 99164-6610
(office) 509-335-0723 (fax) 509-335-0880
rwallen@vetmed.wsu.edu

Inclusive Dates of Program

One year program beginning and ending on July 1st


About the Programs

In addition to our residency program, Washington State University is proud to offer imaging internship/fellowship opportunities.  Positions exist for both large and small animal imaging.  Our personnel and equipment are outlined on the residency page, with descriptions of all modalities (digital radiography, computed radiography, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.


Small Animal Imaging Internship

The small animal imaging position is a one-year internship, focusing on acquisition of radiographs primarily.  During the program responsibilities will evolve from primary positioning to independent quality assurance and limited report writing.  As the year progresses introduction to ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography image acquisition will be available. Interns will be expected to attend rounds and will be able to attend resident classes as time permits, including known case conference sessions.


Large Animal Imaging Internship

Our large animal internship program will primarily involve the acquisition of radiographic studies with an emphasis on proper positioning.  Over time the intern will be expected to develop independent quality assurance procedures and have developed an initial impression of cases prior to intervention from residents and faculty. As the year progresses there will be opportunity to develop skills in the acquisition of NM, MRI and CT images.  As with the small animal internship position, our large animal interns are expected to attend daily rounds, and will be able to attend resident classes and known case conference sessions when time permits.


Applicants to internship programs must include

  1. A letter of intent to include what you expect from the position being applied for, professional goals, and special interests
  2. A curriculum vitae including a list of references
  3. Transcripts from veterinary school(s) (an official English translation must be included if not in English)
  4. Three letters of recommendation
  5. A current photograph

Send materials electronically to our authorized administrative official, Rhonda L. Wallen.


Application Deadline

Applications will be accepted until February 24 2017.  Position announcements for the internship/fellowship program will be made March 3 2017.

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