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  • View Profile - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Fangyu Peng Interests Molecular imaging of targeted delivery of anti cancer drugs or therapeutic genes by positron emission tomography PET for treatment of cancers Another area of research interest is development of tumor specific radiopharmaceuticals for diagnostic imaging of cancers by PET Our lab is interested in development of new radio active nanoparticles for imaging human cancers with positron emission tomography PET In addition

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=42919 (2016-02-13)
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    Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Felix Hong http www med wayne edu physiology facultyprofile hong HONG HTM Interests Biological information processing biocomputing molecular recognition membrane biophysics photobiology

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=41592 (2016-02-13)
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    Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Bhanu Jena http www med wayne edu physiology facultyprofile jena Interests Molecular mechanism of cell secretion molecular membrane fusion nano femto sciences atomic force

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  • View Profile - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    Z Index Division of Research Nano Wayne Welcome Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Assia Shisheva http www med wayne edu physiology facultyprofile shisheva SHISHEVA htm Wayne State

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/bio.php?id=41608 (2016-02-13)
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    Z Index Division of Research Nano Wayne Welcome Nano Faculty Contact Us Nano Incubator Summer Workshop Series Core Services at WSU Other Research Facilities Research Home Omar Khan http neurology med wayne edu department profile php id 1856 Wayne State

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  • News and Announcements Archive - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    place standing in the Innovation Power Ranking among the nation s most respected innovation clusters for the third year in a row The Southern California cluster UCLA UC San Diego and USC ranked first and the Northern California cluster UC San Francisco UC Berkeley and Stanford ranked third The Innovation Power Ranking was developed by Anderson Economic Group preparers of the annual report and compares the URC s performance to peer university clusters in Northern California Southern California Illinois Massachusetts North Carolina Texas and Pennsylvania The ranking indexes defining factors of leading research universities talent R D and technology commercialization to arrive at the ranking metric The URC s 2 104 billion in R D expenditures in 2014 marks an increase of more than 50 percent since 2007 when the URC first began benchmarking against the other innovation clusters The rate of increase far surpassed the average for other university clusters as well as the average for all U S institutions according to the report Michigan s leading research universities continue to advance in research and direct economic impact on every county in the state said URC Executive Director Jeff Mason The 9 th Annual Economic Impact Report demonstrates the collective power of the URC universities which are highly competitive with the most respected clusters in the country The University Research Corridor s impact extends far beyond the 17 5 billion that the three institutions bring to Michigan s economy Michigan State University President Lou Anna K Simon said Every day Michigan s leading research universities are improving lives and enriching communities regionally nationally and globally The URC also ranked first in the talent composite score a measurement of total number of degrees conferred and total number of high tech degrees The URC conferred 34 141 degrees including 2 332

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/news_archive.php?id=18521 (2016-02-13)
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  • News and Announcements Archive - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    factors such as chronic disease and stress and effects across generations may be the result of racism in the past Only a small number of studies have explored the impact of racism on birth outcomes One of the biggest challenges for Misra and her team is convincing others of the need to carry out this research exclusively within the Black community rather than comparing Black and white subjects as earlier studies have done The main problem was obtaining funding once this was obtained there was strong support from both the medical community and potential study subjects This issue resonates strongly with the Black community explains Misra The women who took part were recruited from the community based Providence Hospital so that the team could conduct interviews as well as examine medical records and existing databases None of the work we have done would have been possible without the women who have been so generous and thoughtful in sharing their lives with us These women have recognized the value of what we are endeavouring to accomplish The hospital s physicians nurses and administrators were also very supportive and facilitated the research in a number of ways noted Misra In the recently published paper led by Jaime C Slaughter Acey Ph D a former postdoctoral fellow from Misra s team who is now on the faculty at Drexel University the data from this study were used to examine the impact of racism in the form of micro aggressions on the risk of preterm birth Most studies examining the relationship between racism and birth outcomes have focused on the impact of major experiences of discrimination rather than on micro aggressions Racial micro aggressions are often encountered with greater frequency than major experiences and produce an environment with an expectation that something racist will happen Although a single event may not be perceived as serious accumulation of these seemingly innocuous events on a weekly or even daily basis over the course of one s life may more readily overtax an individual s stress response systems than major experiences of racial discrimination Beyond the measurement of interpersonal racism or racial discrimination the variation in associations with birth outcomes could be due to underlying effect modification Research suggests that other psychosocial risk factors may moderate the relationship between racism and preterm birth such that the impact may only be expressed in the presence or absence of these other psychosocial factors In the new Annals of Epidemiology paper by Slaughter Acey et al Racism in the form of micro aggressions and the risk of preterm birth among Black women one dimension of racism was measured by the Daily Life Experiences Bother DLE B scale which captures the frequency and perceived stressfulness of racial micro aggressions in the past year as reported by mothers in the immediate postpartum period This measure of racism was significantly associated with the rate of preterm birth among Black women with mild to moderate depressive symptoms but was not associated for those with

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/news_archive.php?id=18484 (2016-02-13)
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  • News and Announcements Archive - Nano@Wayne - Division of Research
    threshold of state and federal requirements Seeking accreditation by AAHRPP is voluntary This reaccreditation demonstrates Wayne State University s commitment to the highest ethical standards in protecting human research participants said Gloria Heppner Ph D WSU s associate vice president for research The AAHRPP accreditation shows that we work hard to provide high quality ethically sound research This is a great achievement for Wayne State University Wayne State has more than 3 300 active research studies involving thousands of human research participants Research volunteers participate in studies in myriad areas including diagnostic social and therapeutic programs Over a hundred faculty staff and community members invest considerable time and effort every month to ensure the well being of research participants by serving on our institutional review boards and safety committees said Phil Cunningham Ph D associate vice president for research integrity Their commitment to protecting the rights and welfare of research participants in first rate research studies along with smoothing the path to success for our researchers demonstrates WSU s high ethical standards in research A nonprofit organization based in Washington D C AAHRPP works with organizations that conduct human research to raise the level of protection for research participants Since

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/nano/news_archive.php?id=18411 (2016-02-13)
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