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Clemson researchers receive award for radiosurgery device

By December 15, 2017February 18th, 2020No Comments

Medical Beam Laboratories, a company recently formed by Clemson University researchers, has been awarded the South Carolina InnoVision Award for its work in advanced robotic radiosurgery.

“We’re really grateful to InnoVision for recognizing our technology,” said Medical Beam Laboratories CEO Donald Medlin, a physics and astronomy doctoral student at Clemson University.  “I think it brings a lot of attention to South Carolina, and Clemson University, as well, because most people in the medical device industry are in Silicon Valley or the Research Triangle.”

Medlin started Medical Beam Laboratories in 2015 alongside Endre Takacs, a Clemson University professor of physics and astronomy; Leon Zheng, a research associate; and Mark Leising, interim dean of the College of Science.

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