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Paradigm shifts in understanding biological processes often occur when "novel" techniques from outside fields are openly adopted by the research community. This one-day workshop brought together experts in cancer biology and nanotechnology to discuss problems in the clinical and basic science of cancer which nano- and micro- fabrication may be uniquely suited to address. The day showcased advances in nanotechnologies that have enabled forward strides in cancer research and treatment, and highlighted the current challenges in cancer research that nanotechnology can begin to address.

A symposium organized by the
Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility and the National Cancer Institute

Held at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
 

Friday, September 26th, 2008

• innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research • innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research • innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research •  

Keynote Speakers

Tejal Desai, PhD - Professor, Dept. of Physiology and Div. of Bioengineering, University of California, San Francisco  Video

JianYu Rao, MD - Associate Professor, Dept. of Pathology and Epidemiology, University of California, Los Angeles  Video

Presenters

Lajos Balogh, PhD - Roswell Park Cancer Inst.    Video

Carl Batt, PhD - Cornell University    Video

Michael King, PhD - Cornell University     Video

Manfred Lindau, PhD - Cornell University     Video

Michael McDevitt, PhD - Sloan-Kettering Inst.    Video

Larry Nagahara, PhD - National Cancer Inst.    Video

Rodney Page, DVM - Cornell University    Video

Cynthia Reinhart-King, PhD - Cornell University    Video

Michael Shuler, PhD - Cornell University    Video

Abraham Stroock, PhD - Cornell University     Video

• innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research • innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research • innovations in nanotechnology for cancer research • 



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