|Tunnell Receives Grants to Further Cancer Detection and Treatment|
Professor James Tunnell and his laboratory recently received grants totaling over $1.1 million to further cancer research.
Tunnell and his Biophotonics Laboratory are conducting research on early skin cancer detection devices and a combined imaging and treatment system for pancreatic cancer. Funding for these projects will be supplemented through the Norman Hackerman Advanced Research Program Award from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, a National Institutes of Health grant through the National Cancer Institute, and a National Institutes of Health grant through the National Center for Research Resources.
Biomaterials Day at UT Austin: Translational Research in Texas
9:00 AM Student Activity Center, various rooms