New Penn Center Will Investigate the Physics of Cancer Via $10M NIH Grant

A five-year, $10 million grant award from the National Institutes of Health is supporting the establishment of the Physical Sciences Oncology Center at Penn, or PSOC@Penn. It is one of four centers the National Cancer Institute of the NIH is funding across the country as part of its Physical Sciences in Oncology Network. The network was started in 2009 in recognition of the fact that perspectives rooted in physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering can all contribute to cancer research.

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New Penn Center Will Investigate the Physics of Cancer Via $10M NIH Grant

A five-year, $10 million grant award from the National Institutes of Health is supporting the establishment of the Physical Sciences Oncology Center at Penn, or PSOC@Penn. It is one of four centers the National Cancer Institute of the NIH is funding across the country as part of its Physical Sciences in Oncology Network. The network was started in 2009 in recognition of the fact that perspectives rooted in physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering can all contribute to cancer research.

Read the full story here.