Case Western Reserve professor receives two National Institutes of Health grants

Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.

Written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty.

A Case Western Reserve University professor has received two large grants from the National Institutes of Health related to nanotechnology. Nicole F. Steinmetz — the university’s George J. Picha Professor in biomaterials, a member of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center and director of the School of Medicine’s Center for Bio-Nanotechnology — will be studying how nanotechnology can be used to help triple-negative breast cancer patients…

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Originally published July 12, 2017.

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