Professor Katherine Ferrara will give the 2011-2012 Adamczyk Lecture at Case Western Reserve University in March. The Adamczyk Lecture Series showcases the use of cutting-edge technology in the development of noninvasive diagnostics and novel therapies, especially in the context of cancer treatments. The Graduate Student Association organizes this talk, and uses a rigorous selection process to identify nationally recognized leaders who we believe will have a major impact on science now and in the future.  Professor Ferrara’s outstanding work in targeted imaging techniques for cancer diagnosis, therapy monitoring, and image-guided drug delivery matches the multidisciplinary scope, ingenuity and impact of exemplary biomedical engineering.