Video: Microfluidics
and Tumor Progression

September 2014

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Brittany Balhouse, PhD student at Virginia Tech, discusses her newly developed microfluidic device that can investigate cancer metastases and test the efficacy of new chemotherapies in a preclinical setting. Balhouse presented her research at the ASME NanoEngineering for Medicine and Biology (NEMB) Congress 2014. Submit your abstract for NEMB Congress 2015, to be held April 19–22 in Minneapolis, MN.

For further information, visit
http://www.asmeconferences.org/NEMB2015/.

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