Byrne Wins Competition for Future Life-Science LeadersJames Byrne, a grad student in MOPH, was named the winner of the $5,000 grand prize in Catalent Institutes’ Global Academic Competition for Life Science Leaders of Tomorrow
Impact Award: Byrne’s Device Better Delivers Gemcitabine to Solid TumorsJames Byrne, a grad student in MOPH, created an electric field-assisted delivery device that administers the anticancer drug gemcitabine directly into pancreatic cancer tumors.
Mumper Receives University Distinguished Teaching AwardThe School's vice dean and John A. McNeill Distinguished Professor received UNC-Chapel Hill's Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction.
Lai Receives Development Award to Study PEG Immunity
UNC Nanomedicine Researchers Uncover High Potential for Low-Frequency Magnetic FieldsThe research team, led by Alexander "Sasha" Kabanov, PhD, discovered effects of low-frequency magnetic fields on enzyme structure, conformation, and catalytic activity that could open up new approaches for designing remote-control nanomedicines.
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