“Imagine if you are a patient, the significant difference that decreased pressure is going to make to your comfort level.”
As a child, Dr. Dwight Damon (’62 Zoology) had more than his share of curiosity.
Damon’s father, who taught math and science at Spokane’s West Valley High School, always encouraged him to question and explore everything. “He instilled in me that desire to always find the better solution.”
At Washington State University, encouragement came from zoology professor Herbert Eastlick.
“Herb was my advisor, my mentor, and my friend,” says Damon. “He was constantly challenging us, encouraging everyone to reach their full potential.”
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