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Updated: 04/19/2014

Veterinary Epidemiologist:
Studies factors influencing existence and spread of diseases among humans and animals, particularly those diseases transmissible from animals to humans. Required to hold degree of doctor of veterinary medicine. (Source: eDOT Job Description)

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