Applications Open for the Dr. W. Bruce Wren Food Animal Incentive Award

The application process is open now.
The application process is open now.
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Here are a few details for consideration. You can learn more and apply at Applications are due Oct. 12, 2022, so don't delay.

Recipients of the Dr. W. Bruce Wren Food Animal Incentive Award receive a $1,000 stipend, complimentary registration, lodging, airfare, meals and a daily stipend to attend the WVC 95th annual conference in Las Vegas, Nev., February 19-22, 2023.

The award is designed to promote Viticus Group’s goal of educating new graduates to maintain their interest in food animal clinical practice or other related careers such as food animal clinical skills instruction or applied clinical research while providing the educational enrichment opportunities offered by Viticus Group.

Graduation from an AVMA-accredited veterinary college

Currently enrolled in an advanced training program from an AVMA-accredited school (internship, residency or related graduate program) directly involving food or fiber production related to beef, dairy or small ruminant.

Award criteria emphasizes applied knowledge to further food animal veterinary medicine in the following order:

1. Clinical practice

2. Clinical skills educational instruction

3. Clinical and applied research

Recipients must be able to attend the conference in February 2023 to receive the award.


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