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Chang awarded 3-year NCI grant
To develop carbon nanotube micro-RT technology for use in miniature CT scanners.
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Chang elected SEAAPM Chapter President
Chapter spans six states.
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Chang and Zhou awarded GO grant from NCI
Prestigious $2M Grand Opportunity grant for a novel micro-RT brain tumor irradiator.
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Snyder honored for nanotechnology-based cell irradiator
Are cancer cells are more sensitive to microbeam radiation than normal cells?
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Nanoparticles Promise Delivery of Abandoned Cancer Drug
A team of UNC researchers developed nanoparticle carriers to successfully deliver therapeutic doses of a cancer drug that had previously failed clinical development due to pharmacologic challenges.
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Tepper and DeSimone awarded $13.6M nanotechnology grant
from the National Cancer Institute.
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Jian Zhang Receives 2007 AAPM Reviewer’s Choice Award
Zhang speeds up CT imaging with a paper ranked 8th of 1100 papers.
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Single cell irradiation
Goal: To develop a novel multi-pixel single cell microbeam irradiation system that can irradiate many individually selected single cells or cellular regions simultaneously or in a time sequence under microscope observation.
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Micro-RT irradiation
Goal: To develop a high spatial and temporal resolution micro-RT system for small animal model radiation research using nanotube field emission technology.
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Related CNT field emission research projects
The Otto Zhou Research lab, in the UNC Department of Physics & Astronomy, develops carbon nanotubes (CNT) and nanowires into novel devices: research, people, publications, facilities.
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