The objective of this COBRE is to establish a new biomedical imaging research center with appropriate infrastructure and research capacity along with a multidisciplinary mentoring team to support the promising research project leaders of junior investigators as they conduct innovative translational cancer research projects. The success of COBRE will ultimately have a high research and clinical impact, leading to a reduced cancer burden both for individual patients and society.
In order to improve cancer detection and diagnosis accuracy and/or treatment efficacy using medical imaging and informatics technology, the research topics of the COBRE include but are not limited to:
July 22, 2022
9:30 - 11:00AM: Research Seminar - Fighting Cancer with Light and Ultrasound - Details please see following seminar announcement PDF file.
Research reported in this [publication, release] is supported in part by an Institutional Development Award (IDeA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, the National Institutes of Health, under grant number P20 GM135009.