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October 21st, 2009

Newsmakers: Oct. 21, 2009

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Several members of Rose-Hulman's Physics and Optical Engineering faculty have been featured in international, national and regional academic conferences, and media interviews. Assistant Professor Renat Letfullin has been invited to arrange and to chair the session on "Multidisciplinary Education in Nanoscience: from Nanophotonics to Nanomedicine" at the 2010 International Conference on Education, Training and Informatics this spring in Orlando.

He will also be a session chair at the 20th Argonne National Symposium later this fall.

Also, Letfullin was awarded a $49,832 grant from St. Louis University to examine "Undergraduate Multidisciplinary Curriculum in Nanomedicine," and will join PHOE Advisory Board Member Thomas George in giving a radio interview for Radio Health Journal, an award-winning program broadcast on approximately 450 stations nationally. Letfullin and George will discuss the future of nanomedicine, covering topics related to how the characteristics of nano-sized particles make them valuable in medicine.

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