RAMSEY LECTURE SERIES
The Ramsey Lecture Series is named after Dr. Frank Ramsey (1910-1992), a former head of the Department of Veterinary Pathology, who established an endowment in the College of Veterinary Medicine. The series brings accomplished and leading animal and human health researchers to the College of Veterinary Medicine to share their work and experiences with faculty, staff and students. Unless noted, all Ramsey lectures are held at noon in Vet Med 2226.
Wednesday, April 4
"Tuberculosis - One Health Approach to a (Re) Emerging Disease"
Dr. Michelle Miller
Wednesday, April 18
Dr. Brian Gilger
North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine
MAHR ONE HEALTH LECTURE
The One Health Lecture Series was established in the College of Veterinary Medicine in honor of Dr. Roger Mahr, DVM Class of 1971.
Wednesday, April 11
"The Oncopig Cancer Model (OCM): A Platform for Transitional, Translational and Transformative Advances in Cancer Research"
Dr. Lawrence B. Schook
Vet Med 2226
"One Health: World Health Through Collaboration"
Chair, Bread for the World
"Zoobiquity: How Veterinarians will Transform Human Medicine"
Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD & Kathyn Bowers
"A One-Health Approach to Mountain Gorilla Conservation"
Michael Cranfield, DVM
Project Director, Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project
"Living on the Edge: High-Consequence Zoonotic Pathogens & One Health Concepts"
Thomas Ksiazek, DVM
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
"One Health Oncology: Building the Tool Box for the Continuum of Cancer Care"
Rod Page, DVM
Director, Flint Animal Cancer Center
Colorado State University
Physicians, Farmers, and the Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance"
Laura Kahn, MD