Glass Receives Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership Grant

Glass Receives Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership Grant

The Duke-Coulter Partnership supports collaborative translational research projects that involve co-investigators from Duke Biomedical Engineering (ranked #3 in the country) and a Clinical Department of Duke Health. The purpose of the grant is to accelerate development of promising bioengineering research and is evaluated based on scientific merit, potential health care impact and significance, and potential for commercialization or translation to patient care.

The Grant was awarded to Roarke Horstmeyer PhD and Carolyn Glass MD PhD, for their project titled “Digital pathology with a compact intelligent microscope.” Dr. Horstmeyer received his MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, his PhD from the California Institute of Technology, and is an Assistant Professor if the Biomedical Engineering Department with secondary appointments in the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics. Dr. Glass is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pathology and Co-Director of the Division of Artificial Intelligence and Computational Pathology.

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