Two faculty members named Bass Fellows
Donna Bouley has been reappointed and Paul Fisher appointed as Bass University Fellows in Undergraduate Education.
Two faculty members in the School of Medicine has been appointed or reappointed Bass University Fellows in Undergraduate Education.
Named in honor of Anne T. and Robert M. Bass, the fellows program recognizes faculty members, including those from the graduate and professional schools, for extraordinary contributions to undergraduate education.
Paul Fisher, MD, was appointed the Dunlevie Family University Fellow in Undergraduate Education. He is the chief of child neurology, the Bing Director of the Program in Human Biology, the Beirne Family Professor in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology and a professor of neurology and neurological sciences and of pediatrics. His research interests include the epidemiology of and treatments for pediatric brain tumors and the neurologic effects of cancer and cancer therapy. He teaches the undergraduate course “Cancer Epidemiology.”
Donna Bouley, DVM, PhD, professor of comparative medicine, was reappointed the Kleinheinz Family University Fellow in Undergraduate Education. She founded and advises the Stanford Undergraduate Pre-Vet Club. She applies her skills in comparative pathology to advise many researchers who work with animal models on topics including the pathology of minimally invasive cancer treatments, the use of hypoxic cytotoxic drugs to treat cancer, host-pathogen interactions, phenotypic analysis of transgenic and knockout mice, and infectious diseases of frogs. She teaches the undergraduate course “Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of Mammals.”
Each appointment is named in honor of donors who made significant gifts to the Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education during the Campaign for Undergraduate Education, which ended in 2005.
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