Throughout his career, William F. Dove has used elegant genetic approaches to uncover some of science's most critical biological questions. Dove, a professor in the Departments of Oncology and Medical Genetics and George Streisinger Professor of Experimental Biology at UW-Madison, is recognized as an authority and innovator in mammalian genetics. Dove has done pioneering work in identifying the genes that cause human diseases like colon cancer, and continues to advance better cancer diagnosis and treatment. Dove is acclaimed not only as a research scientist but also as an outstanding teacher and advisor. He has received many honors, including being named a Guggenheim Fellow and American Cancer Society International Fellow, and is the past recipient of a National Cancer Institute Merit Award. Dove is a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
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