Dr. Ping Wang Receives Seed Grant from Penn's Singh Center for Nanotechnology
April 10, 2017
Ping Wang PhD, DABCC, FACB, Associate Professor of Pathology and Lab Medicine and Director of Clinical Chemistry and Core Laboratory at the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, is one of twelve "2017 Big Ideas through Small Technology" Seed Grant recipients from the Singh Center for Nanotechnology at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Wang received the award for her project TruSmoke. The goal of the TruSmoke application is to develop a low-cost, accurate and instrument-free device that can be used by both medical professionals and general consumers to rapidly and objectively determine a person’s smoking status. The grant awards include specific amounts of funding, free consultations and instrument time at Singh Center, as well as a chance to pitch to investors in October.
For more information, visit the Singh Center for Nanotechnology website.