K-State Cancer Researcher in Immunophysiology Receives High Honor
Tuesday October 26, 2010
DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF IMMUNOPHYSIOLOGY RECEIVES ONE OF FIELD’SHIGHEST HONORS
Despite making what are arguably some of the biggest advancements in research on the animal immune system, Frank Blecha puts his students’ success before his own.
Now his former students have helped Blecha, a Kansas State University distinguished professor of immunophysiology, interim associate dean for research in the College of Veterinary Medicine, and head of the department of anatomy and physiology, earn national recognition for his contributions to veterinary immuniology.