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New immunotherapy research sees promising results in shrinking treatment-resistant cancer tumors
Dr. Aldhamen and his team recently published a paper about their ground-breaking cancer immunotherapy strategy, which can shrink tumors and increase survival in mice harboring…
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Dean Amalfitano on vaccination
MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine's Dean Amalfitano talks to WJR Radio and I Vaccinate about trusting vaccine research, who should get the second booster, and more.
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Professor in Radiology receives $500,000 NSF grant
A $500,000 NSF grant will help Chunqi Qian, assistant professor in the #SpartanDO Radiology Department, to develop a compact wireless detector array for remote sensing and imaging.…
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Third-year MSUCOM student recognized with 2022 Excellence in Public Health and Individual Excellence in Advocacy awards
The last week of April was a big one for Courtney Merlo, OMS-III. On Monday, April 25, Merlo received the 2022 Excellence in Public Health Award, a prestigious national honor from…
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MSU researcher receives $1.9 million NIH grant to study brain behavior
Shane Crandall, assistant professor in the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Physiology was awarded a five-year, $1.9 million NIH grant to study how neocortical…
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New endowed professorship honors professor and work in global health
Daniel and Marsha Edson committed $1 million to establish the Daniel C. and Marsha J. Edson Endowed Professorship in Global Health in Honor of Terrie Taylor, D.O., ensuring the…
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