NTFL Student Presents Work on Cancer Detection Device

June 7, 2015

Graduate student, Tasso von Windheim, recently presented his work on "Graphenated Carbon Nanotube Composites for a Minature, Optical Fiber-Integrated Spectroscopy Light Source" during the 2015 Accelerating Innovation Research - Technology Translation (AIR-TT) Grantee Meeting in Atlanta. 

The device is being developed mainly for the purpose of detecting cervical cancer in developing countries. Tasso presented his work alongside collaborators Greg Smith and Dave Koester from Wake Forest University and Zenalux Biomedical, respectively. 

Tasso von Windheim and Greg Smitt at 2015 AIR-TT