URI team draws more than $6M <br>for cancer detection research

URI BIOPHYSICISTS Yana Reshetnyak, left, and Oleg Andreev have drawn the interest of the federal government and pharmaceutical companies with research into how to deliver medicine more directly to cancer cells. /
URI BIOPHYSICISTS Yana Reshetnyak, left, and Oleg Andreev have drawn the interest of the federal government and pharmaceutical companies with research into how to deliver medicine more directly to cancer cells. /
KINGSTON – Two biophysicists at the University of Rhode Island have attracted more than $6 million in grants in the last four years to develop a technology they believe could detect cancer and treat it without harming the surrounding healthy cells. The researchers, Yana Reshetnyak and Oleg Andreev, have also drawn the attention of several…

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