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Fighting leukemia at the cellular level

Maximum effectiveness, minimal side effects, least-possible damage to healthy tissue. Scientists have long pursued cancer treatment offering one or more of these benefits, and a researcher at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is now among them. Michael Danquah is researching a highly precise form of treatment delivery—at the nanoscale, molecular level—to fight leukemia. Danquah researched vaccine production as a chemical engineering doctoral student and today is director of

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UTC research highlighted on national physical therapy website

Research from UTC is now on the website of the American Physical Therapy Association.

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Making it fun: Do animals help with physical/mental therapy?

UTC’s David Levine and Janice Ryan are conducting research into physical and mental rehabilitation that includes animals but goes beyond the well-known service and therapy dogs.

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UTC professors give presentations at national symposium

Three professors from UTC took part recently in a national conference by the U.S. Public Health Service.

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