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Jiahn Choi

  Phd Student
 jc2665@cornell.edu











Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. The survival chance of patient is relatively high when the tumor is removed prior to becoming metastatic and it decreases significantly after the tumor converts into a metastatic cancer. Despite its significance, there is lack of technology to investigate what exactly happens when the colorectal cancer becomes aggressive and metastatic. Here, I am currently working on development of imaging methods which can allow us to understand the specific microenvironment during transition to metastatic colorectal cancer.

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