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Scientists at Barcelona’s Institute for Research in Biomedicine have been busy learning their dance moves for this video to raise awareness and support for research into diseases such as cancer and metastasis, Alzheimer’s and diabetes. _A donation will be made to research at IRB Barcelona for each viewing of this video.
The AVMF is proud to annouce the 2014 Aquatic Veterinary Educational Grant Program for veterinary students and recent graduates.
The AVMF is seeking volunteer veterinarians, technicians, students, and AVMF supporters in each city on the exhibit’s tour to help us:
Inform the public about our Ambassador for Animals Program and encourage membership.
Educate the public about the exhibit and the veterinary field.
Promote the exhibit to family, friends, and colleagues and encourage attendance.
This is a fun and exciting opportunity for you to share your passion for veterinary medicine with the community! Volunteers will be scheduled for two-hour shifts at the exhibit. All volunteers will be provided with t-shirts and we ask that veterinarian volunteers wear their lab coats.
Anyone interested in volunteering or additional information should contact Laura Roth at AVMF (847) 285-6689 or firstname.lastname@example.org.