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Co-Director, Nano Institute of Utah; Director, Utah Center for Nanomedicine; Co-director, Nanotechnology Graduate Training Program; USTAR Professor, Departments of Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Bioengineering
Biomedical Device Innovation Cluster
36 S Wasatch Dr, SMBB 5205, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
The main focus of research in the Ghandehari laboratory is the development of novel methods for controlled delivery of bioactive agents. Four areas are being explored: 1) Genetically engineered polymers for gene delivery; 2) Water-soluble polymers for targeted delivery; 3) Poly (amidoamine) dendrimers for oral delivery; and 4) Inorganic nanoconstructs for controlled chemical delivery.