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Friday, March 7, 2014
John Hopkins School of Medicine
"Dencrimer-Based Targeting of Neuroinflammation-Therapeutics for Neurodegenerative Disorders"
Monday, February 10, 2014
University of Massachusetts, Amhurst
Abstract: A key issue in the use of nanomaterials is controlling how they interact with themselves and with the outer world. Our research program focuses on the tailoring of nanoparticles of surfaces for a variety of applications, coupling the atomic-level control provided by organic synthesis with the fundamental principles of supramolecular chemistry. Using these engineered nanoparticles, we are developing particles for biological applications, in particular delivery and sensing. This talk will focus on the interfacing of nanoparticles with biosystems, and will discuss our use of nanoparticles for delivery applications including our studies of small molecule, nucleic acid, and protein delivery. This presentation will also feature the use of nanoparticles for diagnostic applications, including the use of array-based sensing paradigms for the detection and identification of cancer.
Time 4:00 pm
4630 TBBC (4th Floor)