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“Efficient Recovery of Potent Tumor-Infiltrating Lymphocytes Through Quantitative Immunomagnetic Cell Sorting.”
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News & Press
- Sept 2022: Hossein’s paper “Capillary-Assisted Molecular Pendulum Bioanalysis” was published in J. Am. Chem. Soc.
- Sept 2022: Northwestern Medicine highlighted Fan’s Science Advances paper.
- Sept 2022: Fan’s paper “Genome-wide in vivo screen of circulating tumor cells identifies SLIT2 as a regulator of metastasis” has been published in Science Advances.
- May 2022: Daniel’s paper “Nanoparticle Amplification Labeling for High-Performance Magnetic Cell Sorting” has been published in Nano Letters.
- Apr 2022: Shana awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to further the group’s work on new sensor technologies.
- Mar 2022: Jenise successfully defends her Ph.D. and take a position at Roche.
- Jan 2022: Daniel’s paper “Efficient recovery of potent tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes through quantitative immunomagnetic cell sorting.” was published in Nature Biomedical Engineering.
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