Dr. Ralph de Vere White, an Ireland native known for his Irish brogue, said he’s proudest of the team approach he engineered over 20 years at the cancer center, bringing together researchers and clinical physicians in multiple disciplines, including biomedical engineering and veterinary schools. “The cancer center has helped change the whole perception of team science on this campus. It’s truly a one-UCD undertaking.”
Dr. Ralph de Vere White, an Ireland native known for his Irish brogue, said he’s proudest of the team approach he engineered over 20 years at the cancer center, bringing together researchers and clinical physicians in multiple disciplines, including biomedical engineering and veterinary schools. “The cancer center has helped change the whole perception of team science on this campus. It’s truly a one-UCD undertaking.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Dr. Ralph de Vere White, an Ireland native known for his Irish brogue, said he’s proudest of the team approach he engineered over 20 years at the cancer center, bringing together researchers and clinical physicians in multiple disciplines, including biomedical engineering and veterinary schools. “The cancer center has helped change the whole perception of team science on this campus. It’s truly a one-UCD undertaking.” Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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