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A University of Massachusetts Lowell Ph.D. candidate in physics has won international recognition for his research work in developing an imaging device that could lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of certain skin cancers. University of Massachusetts Lowell doctoral candidate Tyler Iorizzo, left, and professor Ann Yaroslavsky. Courtesy of UMass Lowell.
Tyler Iorizzo, who conducts research at UMass Lowell’s Advanced Biophotonics Laboratory, earned an Educational Award from Edmund Optics, a supplier of high-precision optics for the optical industry. He was awarded $7500 worth of Edmund Optics products that will be used in the Advanced Biophotonics Lab.
Iorizzo developed a device called an optical polarization imager…READ MORE