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Timothy M Fan

Assistant Head, Research & Graduate Studies, Veterinary Clinical Medicine

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Head, Research & Graduate Studies, Veterinary Clinical Medicine
Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine
Professor, Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Professor, Pathobiology
Professor, Biomedical and Translational Sciences
Professor, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
Program Leader, Cancer Center at Illinois, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation
Department Affiliate, Molecular and Integrative Physiology

Recent Publications

Barger, A., Baker, K., Driskell, E., Sander, W., Roady, P., Berry, M., Schnelle, A., & Fan, T. M. (2022). The use of alkaline phosphatase and runx2 to distinguish osteosarcoma from other common malignant primary bone tumors in dogs. Veterinary pathology, 59(3), 427-432.

Boudreau, M. W., Mulligan, M. P., Shapiro, D. J., Fan, T. M., & Hergenrother, P. J. (2022). Activators of the Anticipatory Unfolded Protein Response with Enhanced Selectivity for Estrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 65(5), 3894-3912.

Cavalcanti, J. V. J., Selting, K. A., Ngo, M. T., Hoang, C. K. T., Schaeffer, D. J., Fan, T. M., Harley, B. A. C., & Phillips, H. (2022). Three-dimensional hydrogel culture systems support growth and determination of chemosensitivity of feline sarcoma and carcinoma cell lines. American journal of veterinary research, 83(6).

Fan, T. M., Garrett, L. D., Selting, K. A., & Constable, P. D. (2022). Novel immunotherapy offers promising weapon against canine melanoma. American journal of veterinary research, 83(10).

Lowerison, M., Zhang, W., Chen, X., Fan, T., & Song, P. (2022). Characterization of Anti-Angiogenic Chemo-Sensitization via Longitudinal Ultrasound Localization Microscopy in Colorectal Carcinoma Tumor Xenografts. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 69(4), 1449 - 1460.

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