Feilim Mac Gabhann Receives Sloan Fellowship
Biomedical engineer Feilim Mac Gabhann has won a 2012 Sloan Research Fellowship to support his combined experimental-computational approach to developing new ways to treat major human diseases, including cancer, peripheral artery disease and HIV.
Mac Gabhann’s current research involves both computer models and biological lab studies. One of his goals is to use genetic and physiological data to differentiate subgroups of patients who respond differently to therapies. This could help personalize medical care so that individual patients receive the treatment that is most likely to yield favorable results. More >