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Elizabeth Ryan

Elizabeth Ryan
Elizabeth Ryan, PhD
Assistant Professor
CSU Animal Cancer Center
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Tel: 970-297-5301


Dr. Elizabeth Ryan is the first generation in the USA as her family is from Kerala, South India. Prior to entering graduate school at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the field of molecular toxicology, Her work experiences contributed to her scientific research interests on a local and global scale. As an educator for HawkWatch International, my main objective was to create education programs to the public on how Birds of Prey are environmental barometers of human health. During her service with the U.S. Peace Corps in Nepal, She conducted several trainings in conjunction with women’s health initiatives geared towards improving hygiene and nutrition for disease prevention and reducing environmental exposures. She also conducted ecological and human health risk assessments as well as drafted/audited EPA Toxicological Profile reports while working at Tetra Tech NUS and consulting for Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Engineering (ORISE). She discovered that her strengths and passion to address major public health issues, specifically those regarding immunity and cancer were through hypothesis-driven research, and thus sought out postdoctoral training with a NCI Cancer Control and Prevention fellowship to translate laboratory findings of “reduced humoral immune responses by NSAIDs” to vaccine trials in the clinic.

Research Interest

Immune modulation and anti-cancer activity of bioactive components in rice bran. Silibinin, on tumor metabolism during doxorubicin treatment of canine Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.



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