Janis Taube and Alexander Szalay. Credit: Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center

Alexander Szalay, Ph.D. and Janis Taube, M.D., M.Sc., receive Life Sciences 2021 award for AstroPath at Falling Walls Science Summit

Join us in congratulating Alex Szalay and Janis Taube on receiving this prestigious award for their work on Astropath. Read more about this story in the official News Release.

The Johns Hopkins submission titled “Breaking the Wall to Mapping Cancer Using Multispectral Microscopy” was selected from hundreds of entries for the AstroPath platform design. AstroPath is a new, comprehensive platform for imaging and mapping microscopic sections of tumors to identify and validate predictive biomarkers to guide precision immunotherapies for cancer.

Johns Hopkins Medicine: Newsroom. (2021, December 9). Johns Hopkins Investigators Win Life Sciences Award for Astropath Cancer Mapping Technology [News release]. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/newsroom/news-releases/johns-hopkins-investigators-win-life-sciences-award-for-astropath-cancer-mapping-technology

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