Developed 3-D nano networks, “nanosponges” can be tailored in their size, linear release profile of drugs and are easily functionalized with targeting, labeling and cell penetrating units. Hydrophobic drug molecules can be incorporated in a postloading procedure, allowing for single and multi-drug incorporation. The resulting particles are well dispersed in aqueous solutions for in vitro […]
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Polyglycidol macromolecules are optimized and to work in bioconjugates and composite materials. Delivery materials that enable the synergistic therapeutic effect of proteins and synthetic molecules are developed in novel hydrogel materials and particles to develop the next generation of delivery devices.
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April 03, 2018: Breyinn Loftin was awarded the NSF Graduate Fellowship. Congratulations Breyinn! Now we have three laureates in the group!
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