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May 29th, 2007
Haridas says he expects the center to fund about six projects a year, split equally between UC and its institutional collaborator, the University of Minnesota. Projects will increase as more companies join and contribute funds to the center.
Most projects will fall within four broad research themes - tools and algorithms to measure in vivo properties of tissues and organs; laboratory and computational models of tissues and device interactions that mimic in vivo conditions; instrumentation design for image-guided interventions; and miniature embedded sensors (nanotechnology) used to measure the biophysical properties of device-tissue interactions during surgery.
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