FidoCure® Veterinary Team Blog
Read the latest in veterinary oncology research and FidoCure® scientific and clinical updates from our team of experts and advisors
Genomics is fast becoming an essential part of veterinary oncology. It touches upon all aspects of practice, from diagnostics to therapeutics. Genetic information can be incredibly useful in terms of making a more accurate diagnosis or making a more precise prognosis, or even determining what therapy to use or what order to use different therapies.
We welcomed Dr. Neal Mauldin, Chief Medical Officer, PetCure Oncology to our webinar series. He is one of the only triple-boarded veterinarians, certified in the field of internal medicine, medical oncology and radiation oncology.
On Thursday June 10th at 3pm EST/12pm PST, we were delighted to welcome Dr. Liz Pluhar to our webinar series.
Dr. Pluhar is a full professor and small animal surgeon in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at the University of Minnesota and leads the Canine Brain Tumor Clinical Trials Program.
Dr. Elizabeth Iorns is a scientist whose research focuses on identifying mechanisms of breast cancer progression. She is a cofounder and CEO of Science Exchange, and she helped launch the Reproducibility Initiative. She was involved in the development of Olaparib, a targeted therapy directed at the BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutation, best known for its relation to breast cancer (and recently added to the FidoCure® platform).