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Chemical Engineering alumnus Dr. Dan Roxbury featured by American Cancer Society for his research on early cancer detection

Daniel Roxbury received his B.S in Chemical Engineering in 2007 from Lehigh, and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering in 2012, again from Lehigh, under the supervision of Professor Anand Jagota, the Robert W. Wieseman 1916 Endowed Engineering Chair in Chemical Engineering and Director of Bioengineering .

Currently, Dan is a postdoctoral research fellow at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan, NYC. The focus of his current research involves the integration of nanotechnology in cancer detection and therapy.

Dan's on-going research on cancer detection was featured by the American Cancer Society and can be found at this link:

http://www.cancer.org/research/acsresearchupdates/cancerprevention/nanosensor-device-may-help-watch-for-cancer-from-the-inside

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Dr Daniel Roxbury's current research focuses on the use of nanotechnology in cancer detection and therapy.

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