Veterinary Public Health Residency
The University of Minnesota's veterinary public health and preventive medicine (VPH) residency program, through the Center for Animal Health and Food Safety is a two-year residency designed for early- to mid-career veterinarians to gain specialized training in veterinary public health practice. Over the course of the VPH residency, residents are assigned to a variety of projects and activities with an eye toward providing experiences across the full spectrum of teaching, research, and service. They work in close collaboration with University's public health faculty advisors as well as their VPH residency mentors. Residents concurrently pursue a masters of public health through the School of Public Health.