Veterinarians in (orthopedic) research

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Veterinarians in (orthopedic) research

Postby R Aitkin » Thu Jul 30, 2015 6:55 am

Are there any veterinarians on the Forum who would be interested in connecting, perhaps via LinkedIn?

My research area is orthopedics and currently I work in a veterinary school. I'd like to build my network with other veterinarians involved in research (academic and industrial).

Please pm me.

Thank you.
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Re: Veterinarians in (orthopedic) research

Postby R Aitkin » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:32 am

Almost 1600 view of my post but no replies.

Could it really be that I'm the only veterinarian benefiting from the Forum? :-)
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Re: Veterinarians in (orthopedic) research

Postby D.X. » Sun Aug 09, 2015 12:48 pm

I dont there are many in basic research or on this forum.

I have found Vets in Pharma jn some clinical development roles, regulatory affairs but not doing research. They could be involved in animal husbandry as part to support research but i other than those two areas i have not ran into them.

Most also had a PhD. I dont work in Ortho so can't comment. Do try linkedin and see who you find.

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