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When asked to describe the field of comparative oncology, Carolyn Henry says, “You would probably get a different definition depending on who you ask that question, [but] when we think of comparative oncology here at the Vet School, we think of treating animals that develop cancer on their own just like people do and finding ways to treat that cancer better and that may translate into better treatments for people as well.” Henry’s interest in oncology began while she was working in private practice as a veterinarian. “It seemed like the cancer patients were the ones I found the most interesting and the most rewarding to treat,” she explains of her decision to pursue training and certification in veterinary oncology.

Published October 17, 2007

"Googling" for Biomedical and Geospatial Informatics

"Googling" for Biomedical and Geospatial Informatics

Chi-Ren Shyu

Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Computer Engineering

Published May 12, 2006

A Meditation on Nuclear Medicine

A Meditation on Nuclear Medicine

Silvia Jurisson

Professor of Chemistry

Published September 20, 2006

Putting Physics First

Putting Physics First

Dorina Kosztin

Teaching Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Published January 25, 2012

On His Proverbial Plate

On His Proverbial Plate

Sandy Rikoon

Professor, Rural Sociology

Published November 09, 2010

Fostering the Future of Undergraduate Research

Fostering the Future of Undergraduate Research

Ted Tarkow

Professor of Classical Studies & Associate Dean of Arts & Science

Published November 14, 2006