Posts tagged with: "Sakhrat Khizroev"

The next generation of personalized cancer treatment

The next generation of personalized cancer treatment

Cancer, in most cases, is still treated the same way as it was a few decades ago – with surgery, […]

Creative concept of the human brain

FIU takes an interdisciplinary approach to neuroscience research

The brain is the most complex organ in the human body. It makes up two percent of a body’s mass yet […]

FIU Research at eMerge: Solving problems bedside, on construction sites and under the sea

FIU Research at eMerge: Solving problems bedside, on construction sites and under the sea

At the core of a research university is the impetus to solve problems and eMerge Americas provides the perfect platform […]

Breakthrough technology holds potential for treating brain disorders

Breakthrough technology holds potential for treating brain disorders

A Florida International University professor and his team this month published news of a scientific breakthrough that could lead to […]

FIU scientists to use tiny particles to fight big diseases

FIU scientists to use tiny particles to fight big diseases

Physicians will tell you: They are not winning the war on ovarian cancer. But FIU researchers are crafting a new weapon for […]

Quantum mechanics to charge your laptop? FIU prof is on it

Quantum mechanics to charge your laptop? FIU prof is on it

By Jim Harper Top scientists from UC Berkeley and MIT found the expertise they lacked at FIU. They invited Sakhrat […]

Magnetic properties in graphene could unlock broad applications from information processing to medicine

Magnetic properties in graphene could unlock broad applications from information processing to medicine

In the three years since the Nobel Committee awarded its prize in physics for the discovery of graphene – a […]

Interactive: Scientists target deadly viruses with a revolutionary new technique

Interactive: Scientists target deadly viruses with a revolutionary new technique

Related: New ovarian cancer treatment succeeds in the lab

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New ovarian cancer treatment succeeds in the lab

New ovarian cancer treatment succeeds in the lab

In a study to be published today in Scientific Reports, researchers from the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of […]

Jag Khalsa (forefront), chief, Medical Consequences Branch, Division of Pharmacotherapies and Medical Consequences in the NIH, leads a panel discussion at the First Personalized Nanomedicine Symposium on Feb. 18.  
Seated, from left: Sahkrat Khisroev, FIU, Kendall Bryant, NIH, Christopher Weis, NIH, Mahendra Kumar, University of Miami, and Jaymohan Joseph, NIH.

FIU’s First Personalized Nanomedicine Symposium explores future of medicine

A specially designed vessel is released into the bloodstream to combat a blood clot, its mission to repair the damage […]

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