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Sarah Leung  and Xenia Kachur both graduated from the UA's Biomedical Engineering Graduate Interdisciplinary Research Program. Leung conducts preclinical research using nanoparticles to deliver medicines or detect abnormal cells. Kachur is chairwoman and (left) Sarah Leung and Xenia Kachur both graduated from the UA's Biomedical Engineering Graduate Interdisciplinary Research Program. Leung conducts preclinical research using nanoparticles to deliver medicines or detect abnormal cells. Kachur is chairwoman and CEO of Kulira Tech, a biotech startup that is developing devices to improve the outcomes of cancer surgery.