Aug. 23, 2017

LEO Science & Tech Hub Announces Collaborations with MGH Wellman Center for Photomedicine to Explore Imaging Technology and Develop Microbiopsy Device

The Hub today announced two collaborative projects with The Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The Hub will provide research funding to support development of novel imaging technology with the laboratory led by Conor L. Evans, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, and a disposable microbiopsy device with Walfre Franco, Ph.D., Instructor, and […]

The Hub today announced two collaborative projects with The Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The Hub will provide research funding to support development of novel imaging technology with the laboratory led by Conor L. Evans, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, and a disposable microbiopsy device with Walfre Franco, Ph.D., Instructor, and Adam Raff, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Associate from R. Rox Anderson’s Lab.

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