A new technology that identifies disease-related antigens and T cells that could potentially destroy them could speed the development of new therapies to treat diseases as diverse as influenza and cancer. Read more...
He has received the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientistsâ Distinguished Award for pioneering work in protein and drug transport and release from polymer systems.
The first study investigating the mechanism of how a disease develops using human organ-on-a-chip technology has been successfully completed by Dr. Hyun Jung Kim and his team of engineers in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Nicholas Peppas received the Adam Yarmolinsky Medal from the National Academy of Medicine (NAM), of which Peppas is a member.
A new paper in Nature Communications sheds light on this first step in membrane trafficking, which will allow researchers to better understand how cells work and how to treat disease.
David Hormuth, a postdoctoral researcher who works with Professor Thomas Yankeelov in the Center for Computational Oncology (CCO) has received a grant from the American Association of Physicists in Medicine.815-772-8551
Lin was recognized in the STEM category for his contribution to the research project titled âNondestructive tissue analysis for ex vivo and in vivo cancer diagnosis using a handheld mass spectrometry system.â(845) 507-0498
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Jenny Jiang, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has received a new NCI grant to develop an innovative integrated platform that will identify T cell receptors to treat cancer.(770) 500-9272
Reza Avaz, an NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein Research Fellow in the Willerson Center for Cardiovascular Modeling and Simulation, has received a 2018 Career Development from the American Heart Association.Read more ...
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