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Dr. Vikas Chandhoke, Mason Vice President for Research; Dr. Sergio Pecorelli, Chancellor of the University of Brescia; and the Honorable Beatrice Lorenzin, the Italian Minister of Health celebrate the signing of universities' Memorandum of Understanding.
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By using brightly hued dyes, George Mason University researchers discovered an innovative way to reveal where proteins touch each other, possibly leading to new treatments for cancer, arthritis, heart disease and even lung disease.
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Dyes Used to Paint New Picture of DiseaseMason researchers have uncovered a way to determine where proteins touch one other, a discovery that could lead to novel treatments for devastating illnesses. More
Shipwrecks under a MicroscopeGMU microbial ecologist Leila Hamdan is working to understand the effects of 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on microbial life on sheepwrecks in the northern Gulf of Mexico. More
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Interdisciplinary CentersVikas Chandhoke's research know-how is at the forefront as he pulls together like-minded experts from across colleges to launch new centers in the areas of simulation, modeling, computational gaming, and medical & health sciences. More
Italians Partner with Virginians to Advance Medical ResearchRepresentatives of Office of Research & the U of Brescia, Italy, signed a MOU earlier this week to share medical research & knowledge. More
Mason Wins Nearly $8 Million Contract to Train Military to Become DoctorsGMU won a five-year contract to prepare the next wave of military doctors for medical school.
Active military men and women will go through George Mason's rigorous two-year pre-med boot camp on their way to medical school. More
TGen Alliance to Provide Personalized Treatment Options for Serious IllnessesMason is joining forces with a leading genomic research company to provide cutting-edge diagnoses and treatments for cancer and other devastating diseases. More