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December 1st, 2005

Multi-talented Chowdhury on the Rhodes to Oxford

Abstract:
Chowdhury is currently working under U of A Engineer Dr Chris Backhouse and oncologist Dr Linda Pilarsk, helping them develop a lab-on-a-chip. The biochip will combine nanotechnology and clinical medicine to deliver quick bedside diagnostics of injuries and infections. It will also give doctors the resources to quickly and cheaply genetically screen patients and offer them individualized therapy.

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gateway.ualberta.ca

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