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Congressman Bill Owens Congratulates Clarkson University on $440K in Science Funding from NIH

Professor Silvana Andreescu

Congressman Bill Owens Congratulates Clarkson University on $440K in Science Funding from NIH Congressman Bill Owens announced $440,000 worth of funding from the NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for a Clarkson University team, led by Chemical & Biomolecular Science Professor Silvana Andreescu. The team will develop a novel sensing technology for real-time monitoring of neurotransmitters. The technology will be used to study neurophysiological events in collaboration with neurophysiologists and medical doctors at Dartmouth Medical School.

"This is great news for Clarkson as well as the Village of Potsdam," Owens said. "This funding will allow Clarkson to continue the tremendous work for which the facility is known, and give us a greater understanding of diseases and the cures that prevent them. I would like to thank Dr. Silvana Andreescu and the rest of her department for their hard work in this field, as well as President Collins for the leadership and guidance he provides our community."

The funding will allow Professor Silvana Andreescu and her team to develop a novel sensing technology for real-time monitoring of the chemical substances (like lactate and glutamate) associated with neural signaling and function during oxygen deprivation in the brain. This technology will provide real-time assessment of the changes in these neurological factors and provide answers to fundamental questions related to the biochemical and cellular events involved in conditions of oxygen deprivation.


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

The First Joint CAMP / CACT Spring Symposium

Woodcliff Hotel & Spa Fairport, New York

March 5-6, 2012

 

Shipley Distinguished Lectureship

Presented by Sir John Meurig Thomas, Honorary Professor of Materials Science, University of Cambridge, England

"Sir Humphry Davy: Natural Philosopher, Poet, Man of Action" Clarkson University, March 29, 2012

"Unpredictability and Chance in Science and Technology" Clarkson University, March 30, 2012

 

CAMP's Annual Technical Meeting

Albany, New York May

16-18, 2012

 

CAMP's Seventeenth International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical Planarization (CMP)

Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club

Lake Placid, New York

August 12-15, 2012

 

"Half a Century of Fine Particles Science: A Symposium in Honor of Egon Matijevic at 90"

244th ACS National Meeting & Exposition

August 19-23, 2012

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

www.acs.org

(For information about CAMP industrial short courses, please call Professor Richard Partch at 315-268-2351 or send email to him at partch@clarkson.edu.) Information, on these and other CAMP events, is available at the CAMP website at http://www.clarkson.edu/camp. 


Contact CAMP Office

The CAMP newsletter is published four times per year by the Center for Advanced Materials Processing, a NYSTAR-designated Center for Advanced Technology located at Clarkson University. Editor: Dana M. Barry.

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Center for Advanced Materials Processing

Clarkson University, Box 5665

Potsdam, New York 13699-5665

S.V. Babu, Distinguished University Professor / CAMP Director (sbabu@clarkson.edu)

John E. Prendergast, Deputy Director (jprender@clarkson.edu)

Phone: 315-268-2336

FAX: 315-268-7615

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