Roderick T. Bronson
Roderick T. Bronson, Ph.D., graduated from the UC Davis Veterinary School in 1972 and was trained in comparative pathology at Harvard until 1977 when he passed the Board Exam for Veterinary Pathology. He worked for a few years at the New England Primate Center. In 1981, he joined the Faculty of Cummings/Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine, where he began studying the pathology of aging rodents. He also started my 20 year career as a Diagnostic Pathologist in the Tufts Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. Meanwhile, he taught neuropathology to veterinary students. He was promoted to become a Full Professor in 1995. Beginning In 1985 and continuing until recently, he has visited the Jackson Laboratory 2 days every other week, where he studied the pathology of spontaneous and induced mutants, focusing particularly on neurological mutants. Since 1992, he started spending a half day a week at the MIT Cancer Center (now the Koch center), where he studied the pathology of genetically engineered mouse cancer models. In 1999, the Rodent Histopathology Core of the Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center opened, where he has been serving as a Pathologist here since then. He coauthored hundreds of papers dealing with most aspects of mouse diseases.
Biography Updated on 14 June 2011