Thu, 31 July 2008
Genome Barks Podcast - Lymphoma & the Usefulness of the Canine Model for Human Research with Dr. Matthew Breen
In this edition of Genome Barks Lee Arnold, Vice President of the AKC Canine Health Foundation welcomes Dr. Matthew Breen of the North Carolina State University Department of Molecular Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Breen, recent winner of Asa Mays DVM, Excellence in Canine Health Research Award, gives us insight into Lymphoma and other canine cancers and explains the usefulness of the canine model for human research. Dr. Breen played a key role in the mapping of the canine genome and now uses his skills and resources to focus on the molecular cytogenetic evaluation of canine tumors as a means to discover the genes involved in the initiation and progression of cancers. In addition to his activities at NCSU, Dr. Breen was a founding member and now serves on the Board of Directors of the Canine Comparative Oncology and Genomics Consortium, Inc (CCOGC). This podcast is brought to you by the American Kennel Club and the AKC Canine Health Foundation.
Direct download: Genome_Barks_Podcast_-_Matthew_Breen_Interview_1.mp3
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