March 8th, 2013
WHAT: The University of Missouri will host the second installment of the One Health/One Medicine breakfast forum series, which will feature researchers from the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
At the forum, “A Contribution to Cancer’s Cure,” speakers will discuss research in comparative oncology and comparative medicine, a collaborative effort of the MU School of Medicine and the College of Veterinary Medicine; the new patient care tower; and the impact of the MU Health System on the local economy.
The forum is presented by the One Health/One Medicine area of Mizzou Advantage. Mizzou Advantage is a program that focuses on four areas of MU strength: food for the future; media of the future; one health, one medicine; and sustainable energy. The goals of Mizzou Advantage are to strengthen existing faculty networks, create new networks and propel Mizzou’s research, instruction and other activities to the next level.
The series is a means to introduce the MU community to the innovative research and clinical care taking place at the MU Health System.
Matt Williams, president of Hawthorn Bank
Hal Williamson, vice chancellor for the MU Health System
Carolyn Henry, interim associate director of research for Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, professor of veterinary oncology at MU, and faculty facilitator for the Mizzou Advantage One Health/One Medicine initiative
Jeffrey Bryan, associate professor of oncology in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at MU
Mitch Wasden, CEO/COO of MU Health Care
WHERE: 7:30 – 9 a.m., Friday, March 8
Frontier Room (main ballroom)
Stoney Creek Inn & Conference Center
2601 S. Providence Road, Columbia, Mo.
NOTE: The event is by invitation only; media are invited to attend the event.