PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Brain Health Consortium (BHC) announces seed grant awards for graduate students (Masters and PhD) and postdoctoral research fellows from UTSA whose research focus is on brain health or regenerative medicine, specifically utilizing technology involving induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). This initiative aims to benefit students, postdoctoral fellows, and their faculty mentors
This is achieved by our doctoral student Soutik Betal (UTSA PhD EE, Aug. 2017), currently a postdoctoral scholar at Alfred University, and was performed under the support of funded projects including DoD and NSF. The nanorobot measures 120 nm in dimension and was fabricated in our labs in form of single crystalline magnetic core with
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