Professor Frank Gu (ChemE), a member of the winning team, is engineering nanomedicines to delay or prevent irreversible blindness caused by glaucoma
Study could explain why some cancer treatments are struggling in clinical trials
Sara Ahmed (BME PhD/MD candidate) recognized for exceptional achievements and dedication to academic pursuits, research and outreach initiatives
Huang and his team are studying nanomaterials with unconventional optical properties that could be used in cancer diagnosis or therapy
One of only 29 Fellows from around the world this year, Chen will receive US $100,000 per year to pursue interdisciplinary postdoctoral studies at an institution of his choice.
Discovery by U of T Engineering researchers challenges a ‘long-held dogma’ in the field of cancer nanomedicine