Dr. Dow obtained his DVM degree at the University of Georgia, his internal medicine residency was completed at Colorado State University, as was his PhD program. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in immunology at National Jewish Hospital and joined the faculty in the Department of Clinical Sciences at CSU in 2002, in the small animal internal medicine section. He directs an immunotherapy laboratory in the Flint Animal Cancer Center and in the Translational Medicine Institute. His laboratory is conducting active investigations in cellular therapy for chronic drug resistant infections, using activated stromal cells in conjunction with antibiotic therapy. He also directs programs developing new cancer immunotherapies, including the use of repurposed drugs for modulating the tumor microenvironment. His lab is also developing a new immunotherapy platform for treatment and prevention of viral and bacterial infectious diseases.