Peter Kuhn attended the Cancer Moonshot Summit to fast track research and improve patient outcomes.
Kesselman will lead the Center for Discovery Informatics at the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience. The Center will create transformative new methods and infrastructure for data-driven discovery with a focus on convergent bioscience.
The Huffington Post published, “How Can Wearable Technology Improve Cancer Treatment?” featuring Peter Kuhn discussing ATOM-HP, joint effort of the National Cancer Institute’s Center for Strategic Initiatives and the Department of Defense’s Rapid Response Technology Office.
Peter Kuhn was honored by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation as a recipient of the BCRF award at the annual meeting in NYC in October.
The Department of Defense recommended the implementation of the Kuhn lab-led Analytical Tools to Objectively Measure Human Performance (AtomHP) to President Obama in November 2016. AtomHP assesses in real-time a cancer patient’s experiences from physical, psychological, and environmental factors. It advances the way doctors monitor core dynamics in cancer patients on a regular basis.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation awarded a $393,000 subcontract to Peter Kuhn for the “Development of a Blood Profiling Atlas to Understand Spatiotemporary Evolution of Breast Cancer… Read more »
The National Eye Institute awarded the NIH BRAIN initiative grant subcontract for $231,000 to Vsevold Katritch and Vadim Cherezov for the “Structure-guided design of photselectable chanellrhodopsins.” The project employs… Read more »