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Learn more about how the White lab is using mass spectrometry to better understand the key components of cell signaling that drive how cancer cells invade and proliferate in glioblastoma.
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Kara Cerveny discusses her image, "Sunrise in the Eye: The Making of a Retina," one of ten winners of the 2011 Koch Institute Image Awards. See the image at: http://ki.mit.edu/galleries/2011/cerveny.
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Former Bhatia lab graduate student Geoff von Maltzahn discusses a new system that allows nanoparticles to communicate for more efficient cancer targeting.
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Learn more about the Amon lab and how understanding cell division and cell stress may lead to the development of new drugs or compounds that selectively kill cancer cells.
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Learn more the work going on in the Irvine lab, which focuses on development of drug delivery tools and new methods for analyzing cellular immune responses.
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Learn more about the collaborative research that Professor Emeritus Eisen and his colleagues are conducting to better understand how the immune system could be used to fight cancer.
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