The seventh annual Bob Duncan Memorial 5K was held on Saturday, May 3, 2014 on the Virginia Tech cross country course to honor Bob Duncan, a beloved professor who passed away in May of 2007.
All profits from the race benefit the Bob Duncan Memorial Diagnostic Veterinary Pathology Scholarship which awards a fourth-year veterinary student for a commitment and zeal for diagnostic veterinary pathology.
For more information about the Memorial 5K event, please contact Sarah Krones at email@example.com.
Dr. Bob Duncan was an associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology and a member of the VA-MD Vet Med community. He joined the faculty of VA-MD Vet Med at Virginia Tech in 1996, where he spent 11 years teaching veterinary pathology in the DVM professional program, clinical residency, and graduate degree programs in the biomedical and veterinary sciences. Bob also worked in the Veterinary Teaching Hospitalís Necropsy Service, where he characterized the disease states and injuries that led to patient mortality, and the Biopsy Service, where tissue specimens and other samples were used to diagnose disease.
Bob had a great enthusiasm for the outdoors. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, and cyclist. At the local level, he was a competitive runner who was always ready for the next challenge or race, whether it be a half marathon or relay race for charity.
Donations can be made directly to the Bob Duncan Memorial Diagnostic Veterinary Pathology Scholarship Fund by following these steps:
For more information about giving to the Bob Duncan Memorial Scholarship Fund, please call 540-231-4716.