ACTSI Pilot Grant Recipient: Dr. Shuming Nie in the News

Shuming Nie, PhD, ACTSI pilot grant recipient and a professor in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University

Chemical and Engineering News | SpectroPen pinpoints lingering tumor tissue
October 15, 2010

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Device may help surgeons see edges of tumors
October 21, 2010

Insciences Organization | Nanoparticles may enhance circulating tumor cell detection
February 10, 2011

Science Daily | Times of India | Daily News & Analysis India | India | Thruthdive | | Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology NewsNanoparticles may enhance circulating tumor cell detection
February 12, 2011

SpectroPen Could Help Surgeons Detect Edges of Tumors
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