UNC Team Uses Cellular Bubbles to Deliver Parkinson’s Meds Directly to Brain UNC Team Uses Cellular Bubbles to Deliver Parkinson’s Meds Directly to Brain Researchers in the Center for Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery are the first to use exosomes — lipid-and-protein spheres produced by cells — as vehicles to deliver a potent large-molecule drug to the brain.
Pharmacoengineering at UNC Gets $1.8 Million Boost Pharmacoengineering at UNC Gets $1.8 Million Boost Pharmacoengineering research at the School has received $1.8 million in Research Opportunities Initiative Awards from UNC to refine a method of knocking out brain tumors with drug-loaded stem cells and to explore how the immune system may try to attack materials used in nanomedicines.
Jay Receives University of Kentucky Pharmaceutical Sciences Alumni Award Jay Receives University of Kentucky Pharmaceutical Sciences Alumni Award Fred Eshelman Distinguished Professor Michael Jay, PhD, is the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Program Alumnus for the Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.
Kabanov Elected to AIMBE College of Fellows Kabanov Elected to AIMBE College of Fellows Alexander Kabanov has been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s College of Fellows, an honor reserved for the top 2 percent of medical and biological engineers.
Kristy Ainslie and Team Join MOPH Kristy Ainslie and Team Join MOPH Kristy Ainslie, PhD, whose expertise encompasses immune-targeted therapies for developing vaccines and treatment of autoimmune and infectious diseases, comes to the School from the Ohio State University along with Eric Bachelder, PhD.
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