Member News: $400K grant funds new scientific instrument to expand cell biology research at Loyola

Four faculty members from Loyola University Maryland’s biology department received a $412,470 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to acquire a specialized cell sorting instrument and launch an innovative flow cytometry core facility that will support Loyola research as well as other local universities and biotech startups. The technology will enable Loyola faculty and students to advance research in many areas of biology including stem cell biology, cancer, and immunology.

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