Dr. Greg Ogilvie is Professor and Division Director of Veterinary Oncology, University of California-San Diego, Moores Cancer Center and director of the Angel Care Cancer Center at California Veterinary Specialists. At the Angel Care Cancer Center, Greg cares for patients and their families, teaches interns, residents, veterinary students and develops novel, new compassionate cancer therapies for pets and people. Greg has coauthored four books, Managing the Veterinary Cancer Patient , Feline Oncology: Compassionate Care for Cats with Cancer, Managing the Canine Cancer Patient: A Practical Guide to Compassionate Care and his newest, A Compassionate Guide to Cancer Care. This fifth generation Colorado native has also written over 200 scientific articles and chapters as well as over 120 scientific abstracts and posters. He has been awarded two international patents, over 10 million dollars in research grants and endowments as a principal or co-investigator, and is the recipient of many awards. Dr. Ogilvie has lectured in scores of countries to many thousands of students, veterinarians, physicians and scientists in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and North America by shares his love of the practice of veterinary medicine and oncology. When not caring for pets and people. Greg is a certified ski instructor and enjoys camping, SCUBA and long distance cycling. For 15 years, he has volunteered as a counselor at the Sky High Hope Camp for children who have cancer. His greatest joys are his daughter, Torrie and his wife, Karla and their small herd of four legged children.
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