Faculty Mentors - Carolina ADMIRES
I am interested in developing new light-based techniques to study and treat diseases. My current research focuses on imaging nanoparticles that probe biological tissue for studying breast cancer and cystic fibrosis. I have also investigated using light to treat kidney stone disease. Ultimately, I hope to combine these new techniques to develop personalized treatments that are safer and more reliable than what is currently available. Why do particles have a mass at all? These are the sorts of questions I ...
Program Schedule - Carolina ADMIRES
Fall 2016: Professional Development Series, Saturdays 10am-12pm. Introduction, Leadership development seminar and break-out Q&A for parents. Identity development and Empowerment: understanding your voice. The Dos and Don’ts of Interviews: developing your personal interview style. Davis Library, Room 247 (just go up the main stairs and you will see us! 208 Raleigh Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Volunteers will direct you into a driveway off Raleigh Street for drop-off). Parents are invited to attend!