Sprowl Named Udall Scholar
Roxy Sprowl is the 13th Udall Scholar to be named from MSU. Sprowl is an Honors College junior majoring in social work in the College of Social Science with minors in race and ethnicity of the United States, and American Indian and Indigenous Studies.
Engineered Nanoparticles for Effective Brain Cancer Detection and Treatment, Meghan Hill
Meghan Hill is currently a 4th year PhD student in the lab of Taeho Kim, based out of the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. Her research is focused on developing new nanoparticle systems that can be used for early diagnosis and treatment of brain cancers. Meghan came to our attention after she recently placed 1st in the MSU 3-minute thesis competition and competed at the Midwest regional 3-minute competition in Chicago.
Using Prussian Blue Nanoparticles to Diagnose and Treat Brain Cancer
Meghan Hill is a graduate student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Her studies involve Prussian Blue nanoparticles and how they can impact cancer research.