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Your lens into the latest happenings large and small under the Foundation’s microscope.

A personal journey of discovery of the role of oxygen tension, bone remodeling units, and mesenchymal stem cells in orthopedic disorders, repair and bone tumors initiated after a torn medial meniscus of the left knee terminated my collegiate basketball career.

      My undergraduate biology program at Duke University emphasized embryology, fetal development, functions of ectoderm, mesoderm {having multipotential cells also capable of forming bone, cartilage, adipocytes, and fibrous stroma} and

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General Pathology Review Course overview

The Davis-Thompson Foundation General Pathology Review Course is an educational program designed to provide a comprehensive review of general pathology topics. It is a great resource for pathologists and residents

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Meet our volunteers!

Meet our volunteer Francisco (Paco) Uzal. You are likely very aware of his pivotal role as CEO of the Davis-Thompson Foundation but do you know what drives him to be

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Meet our volunteers!

Meet our volunteer Jeann Leal. Learn about him and his little friend (pictured here) and the roles both of them play veterinary/veterinary pathology education. 

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