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About Nanjing Hao
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Entries by Nanjing Hao
Welcome Dr. Lin Dong from Stevens Insititute of Technology join our group as a research associate.
Cathy is a pre-med student and a Biomedical Engineering and Economics double major at Dartmouth. She is from Northeast Pennsylvania. On campus, she is an analyst for Smart Woman Securities, a peer tutor, and a member of Women in Business, Dartmouth Finance Society, and Dartmouth Club Badminton. She is also a building manager at the Collis Student Center and a supervisor […]
George is a Engineering Sciences and Economics double major at Dartmouth who has grown up attending international schools in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. Over the summers, he has interned for WuXi NextCODE and JW Therapeutics, a CAR-T immunotherapy company. On campus, he is a Co-President of the International Business Council, a Portfolio Manager for […]
Our undergraduate researcher, Kasia Kready, won the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center Award from the New England Science Symposium. Congratulations!
Our lab has received 2016 NIH Director’s Transformative Research Award! The Transformative Research Award, established in 2009, promotes cross-cutting, interdisciplinary approaches and is open to individuals and teams of investigators who propose research that could potentially create or challenge existing paradigms. Please find more related information via the following links: o https://commonfund.nih.gov/TRA/Recipients16 o http://engineering.dartmouth.edu/news/professor-john-zhang-receives-nih-transformative-research-award
Dajing Chen (Research Associate) will be an Associate Professor at Hangzhou Normal University, with the appointment at HZNU Medical School starting 2017.
Award source: Cancer Center Developmental Funds (Pilot Projects) through NCCC Project Title: Use of plasmonic nanosensors to screen circulating biomarkers for pancreatic cancer early detection, prognosis, and response to therapy
Tim Palinski got a NASA Science Innovation Fund (1 year, $150k award). Project title: “On-Chip Low Concentration Biomarker Detection for Cryogenic Environments”. Congratulations