Science Thursdays: Early and Non-Invasive Disease Detection
|Date||March 29, 2018|
|Time||7:00 - 8:00 pm|
|Location||Mayborn Museum Complex|
|Description||Organized and sponsored by the Department of Physics at Baylor University, Science Thursdays is a series of one-hour talks on various scientific topics. No science background is required, only enthusiasm for and an open interest in science. |
Early and Non-Invasive Disease Detection
Molecular signatures of biological fluids are unique and can provide valuable information about our health status. Molecular compositions of our breath, saliva, or blood are continuously changing and these molecular level variations can be used as early markers of human diseases such as cancer. In search of potential disease markers, we are developing instruments and methodologies to study molecular sizes and shapes.
Touradj Solouki (Ph.D., Texas A&M) is a Professor of Chemistry at Baylor University.
Join the speaker and guests for coffee and cookies prior to each lecture at 6:30 pm. Science Thursdays lectures are free and open to the public; however, admission to the museum is not included.
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