Veterinary oncologist who developed osteosarcoma vaccine technology is featured in article

Veterinary oncologist who developed osteosarcoma vaccine technology is featured in article

Dr. Rowan Milner, a professor of veterinary oncology at the college with an interest in translational research, is working with UF Innovate | Ventures and UF’s Office of Technology Licensing to explore avenues to commercialize a vaccine to treat osteosarcoma that he has extensively tested in dogs. Read more about Milner’s work, which is featured in this article that appeared in October as an example of how Ventures works.

 

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