Professor Yong Zeng, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Pilot Project Grant through the Center for Cancer Experimental Therapeutics (CCET). Prof. Zeng’s proposal is entitled "High-throughput glynomic profiling in ovarian cancer using integrated microfluidic lectin arrays." The objective of this proposal is to develop new microfluidic approaches for exploring glycomic fingerprints of ovarian cancer to advance the early detection and personalized treatment of the disease.
Why KU Chemistry
Chemistry department receives more than $6 million in research grants annually
14 chemistry faculty members have NSF CAREER Awards
Longest-running chemistry Research Experience for Undergraduates in the nation
- December 19, 2017Sue Lunte receives NIH COBRE grant, $10.8 million for 5 years
- November 20, 2017Sue Lunte and Franklin Tao named AAAS Fellows
- October 18, 2017Chris Elles: UG Research Mentor Spotlight | October 2017