Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship Symposium: Nanotechnology and Cancer Drug Delivery

  • Thursday, September 20, 2018 • 1:00 pm
  • Moore Auditorium, 4580 Scott Avenue

The Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship Symposium on Nanotechnology and Cancer Drug Delivery is a three part event with Keynote Speaker: Dr. Paula T. Hammond, Student Presentations, and a Poster Session and Reception. To see the event flyer click here here.

Dr. Paula T. Hammond, the key note speaker is the Department Head and David H. Koch Professor of Engineering at Massachussetts Institute of Technology. To learn more about Dr. Paula T. Hammond click to read her bio and watch her recent TED Talk on A New Superweapon in the Fight Against Cancer.

Event Breakdown

1:00PM – 2:00PM Keynote in Moore Auditorium

2:00PM – 3:30PM Student Presentations in Moore Auditorium

3:30PM – 4:30PM Poster Session & Reception in FLTC Atrium


This event is sponsored by: The Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship Program Initiative to Maximize Student Development with Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, School of Medicine Office of Diversity Programs, and The Center on Urban Research and Public Policy.

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