Accelerating the Development of Digital Cancer DiagnosticsApril 30, 20191 min read
Accelerating the development of new digital cancer diagnostics in the field of pathology is the aim of a new partnership between diagnostics pioneer LUMEA, Inc. and Southern Utah University.
LUMEA is sponsoring the Digital Diagnostic Medical Research Initiative (DDx-MRI) at SUU to bring internationally recognized medical experts to the campus for research sabbaticals.
“SUU is an ideal environment for multi-partner research collaboration,” said Robert Eves, dean of the Walter Maxwell Gibson College of Science and Engineering at SUU. “The university is interested in providing quality experiences for faculty and students and welcomes research collaboration.”
Through the initiative, SUU students can apply for scholarships or college credit as they engage with the scholars-in-residence. The Initiative will provide research opportunities for students interested in histology, engineering or medical research.
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