The third annual TiMe Day Symposium on April 26, 2019, will highlight research from the program, include keynote and plenary talks, and culminate with a poster session in which all graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to present their work. Illinois faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend this event, and graduate students and […]
At the end of the year, we would like to recognize the scholars in the Tissue Microenvironment (TiMe) Program for their achievements. Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding work and effort in their research. Emily Chen: Mavis Future Faculty Fellowship, MF3 Award; A.T. Widiger Chemical Engineering Fellowship Jamila Hedhli: Top 5 Most Innovative […]
CCIL’s graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are at the forefront of translational cancer research — helping to pave the way in new discoveries and technologies. Oct. 21 – 26 is Graduate Student Appreciation Week, and the CCIL values the time, dedication, and service you provide to our institution.
The Cancer Center at Illinois and the Tissue Microenvironment (TiMe) Training Program are pleased to announce their 2018-2019 graduate student cohort. Selected from an impressive pool of candidates from across campus, these exceptional scholars reflect the breadth of Illinois research interests, with expertise in fields ranging from nutritional sciences and biochemistry to bioengineering and chemistry. […]
The NIH NIBIB T32 Tissue Microenvironment (TiMe) training program is now open to recruit the Fall 2018-Summer 2020 cohort. The TiMe training program is open to students from all departments across campus whose goals are to advance biomedical science and healthcare. Eight students are selected to participate in systematic activities focused on professional development so […]
TiMe scholars hosted the second annual Tissue Microenvironment (TiMe) Day Symposium April 13, 2018, at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology. Over seventy attendees from 14 departments across the University of Illinois campus were present. Scholars gave rapid talks about their research and nine speakers (six faculty and three plenary) explored different aspects […]