South Dakota State University researcher uses nano-technology to study heart failure
Posted Dec 27 2010 9:00am
Take a look at an SDSU scientist who is using nano-technology to find answers to some big health care questions. Dr. John Robinson is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at SDSU, and he’s seeking answers to the problems related to heart failure by looking at how our bodies function at the molecular level. Robinson conducts his research in a new, cutting edge laboratory located in the new Avera Health and Science Center at SDSU.