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Needham's Research in Duke Engineering Research 2012

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Poisoning Cancer’s Food

David Needham has a new strategy for killing tumors—smuggling cancer drugs into the cancer cells hidden in lipids, their primary energy source. Needham is already a pioneer in developing heat-activated liposomes for killing tumors. These tiny lipid droplets, when engineered to contain cancer drugs, are taken up by tumors because of their leaky vasculature. The liposomes are engineered to release their cargo when heated, killing tumor cells.

Needham Leads Discussion at Faculty Education Lounge

Monday, November 26, 2012

Niels Bohr and HCA Academy Professor, David Needham was invited by Claus Michelsen, the Associate Dean of Education (http://www.sdu.dk/ansat/clausmi) to lead a discussion at the School of Natural Sciences, SDU, on "How can I integrate my research into my teaching?”  His answer was, "Have Your Students Reverse Engineer It".  

Needham's Hans Christian Andersen Academy Lecture

Monday, October 29, 2012

Thursday d. 29. November kl. 15-16 (Coffee and tea at 14.30)
BMB Seminarroom, SDU - Odense Campus

Hans Christian Andersen Academy Professor
Prof. David Needham
Mechanical Engineering and Material Science, Duke University, USA
Delivering Drugs to Cancer : My 20 Year Journey from Bench to Bedside

 

Interview with David Needham - Fat engineer, glass artist and...

Monday, October 8, 2012

As you've probably all heard David Needham is appointed Niels Bohr Professor at SDU from 2013 . Lars O. talked with David last week. If you want to know what David will be working with at SDU, feel free to
read the interview here.

 

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