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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Jan. 30, 2015 – Jeff Brennan has been named Vice President, Industry Relations & Business Development at Wake Forest Innovations. In this newly created position, Brennan will engage with industry to form business arrangements across a broad range of scientific and clinical research operations. Brennan’s role has national and international reach in continue reading
Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have helped develop a new imaging system to improve the detection of malignant tissue during cancer surgery. The system uses a fluorescent dye that distinguishes malignant from healthy tissue when illuminated by a hand-held laser, allowing surgeons to determine in real-time if a surgery has effectively removed all continue reading