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Nacev, Chowdhury place in 2013 Dean's Doctoral Student Research Award competition

Two ISR-affiliated graduate students placed well in the Clark School’s Dean’s Doctoral Student Research Awards competition.

Bioengineering Ph.D. student Alek Nacev took second place in the competition for “Magnetic Drug Targeting: Developing the Basics.” He is advised by Associate Professor Benjamin Shapiro (BioE/ISR).

Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. student Sagar Chowdhury placed third for “Planning for Automated Optical Micromanipulation of Biological Cells.” He is advised by Professor S.K. Gupta (ME/ISR).

“Please join me in congratulating these students and their faculty advisors for their outstanding work,” said Dean Darryl Pines. “Their research accomplishments are a testament to the level of scholarship produced by Clark School students and faculty members.”

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April 28, 2013


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