Dr. William Fay, Senior Associate Dean for Research at the School of Medicine at University of Missouri
Dr. William Fay is the Senior Associate Dean for Research at the School of Medicine at University of Missouri. He is a clinician-scientist which means in addition to caring for patients, he researches the broad fields of thrombosis and vascular biology. His lab studies how blockages form in blood vessels, which relates to major cardiovascular diseases, including myocardial infarction (heart attack), restenosis, vein graft failure, and stroke. Dr. Fay is currently are focusing much of his efforts on the development of new drugs to inhibit atherosclerosis, thrombosis, and vein graft failure. Read more about his work here.