USTAR Confluence 2015: Where innovative ideas seed, grow and thrive

I will present my most recent work on astrocytoma prognosis and the use of comparative spectral decompositions as a tool for personalized medicine at the 2015 USTAR Confluence conference next Wednesday, September 30th here in Salt Lake City. This is an exciting opportunity to share my work with Utah's innovators and entrepreneurs. 

The Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR) initiative is a long-term, state-funded investment to strengthen Utah's "knowledge economy" and generate high-paying jobs based on three program areas. The first area involves funding for strategic investments at the University of Utah and Utah State University to recruit world-class researchers. The second area is to build state-of-the-art interdisciplinary facilities at these institutions for the innovation teams. The third program area involves teams that work with companies and entrepreneurs across the state to promote science, innovation, and commercialization activities.