Department of Comparative Pathobiology (CPB)


Improving the Health of Humans and Animals

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Comparative Pathobiology is the study of disease phenomena basic to all species including humans, at the molecular, cellular, organismal and ecosystem level. Our faculty, staff and students are involved in research and learning in a variety of areas including pathobiology, infectious diseases and vaccines, cancer biology, nanomedicine, toxicology, animal welfare, disease surveillance, and human-animal interactions.
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Uma Aryal

Uma Aryal

Research Assistant Professor
His research goal is to obtain mechanistic view of cellular pathways and processes using systems-level knowledge. Uma has published more than 30 peer reviewed research and review articles. At the Bindley, Dr. Aryal continues working with other researchers at the interface between biology and proteomics, and is interested to develop new MS-based tools to discover new protein complexes, and protein-protein interactions.

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