WVU Cancer Institute holds Science Exchange Program as part of Research Week

Monongalia and Preston

As part of research week at West Virginia University, The WVU Cancer Institute Science Exchange Lecture was held on Friday. 

The topic was Nanomedicine: Optical Detection Imaging and Treatment of Cancer. 

The Science Exchange Lecture series is a forum for faculty across campus to come together and share research happening in each lab. 

“Research week is kind of, I would say a focus week on science exchange. Where we’re all sort of focused on trying to come together. Find out what we’re doing in individual labs, exchange ideas, and get a boost for the year to go back and sort of figure out ways that we can work together to make better progress on those particular questions like cancer,” said David Klinke, PhD. 

Science Exchange Lectures are held several times throughout the year. 

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