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Fifth Year MD-PhD Student, Andrew Cho Wins NIH/NCI F30 Award

Fifth year MD-PhD student, Andrew Cho, was awarded a prestigious F30 fellowship from the National Institutes of Heath, National Cancer Institute for his work on the development of a pyperpolarized MRI probe for in vivo quantification of intratumoral arginase enzyme activity to assess patient prognosis and therapy response.

Andrew works in the laboratory of Dr. Keyvan Kashari at Memorial Sloan Kettering, Weill Cornell Graduate School.

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