On September 11, 2013 BME core faculty member, Dr. Paul Dayton, and his collaborator, William Janzen (Eshelman School of Pharmacy), received a Technology Development Grant Sponsored by UNC-Chapel Hill’s Vice Chancellor For Research. This grant support is for a project titled “Automatic Microbubble Solution Dispenser for DNA Fragmentation.” The purpose of this funding mechanism is to assist these researchers in commercializing DNA-shearing technology developed during their collaborative work. BME congratulates Drs. Dayton and Janzen and looks forward to seeing their exciting new technique translated to support public health in the foreseeable future.
BME’s Dr. Paul Dayton and Pharmacy Collaborator William Janzen Awarded UNC’s Technology Development Grant
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