Veterinarian’s Success Regenerating Tissue Likely to Lead to Game-changing Medical Advancements, New Approaches to Healing
When people ask Dr. Stephen Badylak what he does for a living, he has a simple answer: “I make body parts.” The more complicated answer is that he’s a veterinarian, physician, and pathologist who is also a research professor in the Department of Surgery and director of tissue engineering at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.
Research Into Equine Disorders Can Shed Light on Human Conditions
Like most of her colleagues, Dr. Molly McCue became a veterinarian to help animals. But she soon discovered that studying her patients also could shed light on some of the most debilitating diseases afflicting humans.
Veterinary Medicine: The Career Options
Dr. Paige Carmichael, associate dean for academic affairs and a professor of pathology at the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine, wants to spread the word about the varied careers available to those who obtain degrees in veterinary medicine.
The Virus Hunters — Tracking Down the Next HIV
Veterinarian Heads International Organization that Monitors Emerging Diseases
It’s not a matter of if a worldwide pandemic will strike but when, say experts like veterinarian and epidemiologist Jonna Mazet, a professor in the Department of Medicine and Epidemiology in the University of California – Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine.