Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor

 
 

Mailing Address
North Campus Research Complex
2800 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor
, MI 48109

Eniola Lab (Map)
B28, G102E
(P) 734.763.7807

Principal Investigator
Omolola Eniola Adefeso
NCRC B028
Rm. G046W

(E) lolaa@umich.edu
(P) 734.936.0856
(F) 734.764.7453

Schedule
Lab meetings:

Monday - 9:30 am
NCRC B28 G126

 

Welcome to the Eniola Research Group

Our research is focused on cell adhesion and drug delivery; specifically, the group's overall objective is to use knowledge of the cellular inflammatory response and blood flow hemodynamics to design bio-functionalized particles for targeted drug delivery and imaging.

News & Announcements

February 2017- Congratulations Jeffery, Anthony, and Cathy on their recent publicaiton:
Noble, Jeffery, Anthony Zimmerman, and Catherine A. Fromen. "Potent immune stimulation from nanoparticle carriers relies on the interplay of adjuvant surface density and adjuvant mass distribution." ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering (2017).

February 2017- Congratulations to Margaret, Cathy, Genesis, and Alex Golinski on their recent publication:
Fish, Margaret B., et al. "Exploring deformable particles in vascular-targeted drug delivery: Softer is only sometimes better." Biomaterials 124 (2017): 169-179.

January 2017- Congratulations to Daniel on his recent publication:
Sobczynski, Daniel J., and Omolola Eniola-Adefeso. "Effect of anticoagulants on the protein corona-induced reduced drug carrier adhesion efficiency in human blood flow." Acta Biomaterialia 48 (2017): 186-194.

July 2016- Congratulations Alison on joining the Cellular Biotechnology Training Program

June 2016- Congratulations Cathy and Margaret on their recent publication
Fromen, Catherine A., et al. "Evaluation of receptor‐ligand mechanisms of dual‐targeted particles to an inflamed endothelium." Bioengineering & Translational Medicine (2016)

May 2016- Congratulations Alison and Mario on passing the Doctoral Candidacy Exam

May 2016- Congratulations Hanieh, Billy, andy Genesis on their recent publication:
Kelley, W. J.; Safari, H.; Lopez-Cazares, G.;Eniola-Adefeso, O. (2016). Vascular-targeted nanocarriers: design considerations and strategies for successful treatment of atherosclerosis and other vascular diseases. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology. DOI: 10.1002/wnan.1414

April 2016- Congratulations Mario Gutierrez, Alex Golinski, and Jeffery Noble for receiving the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

February 2016- Congratulations Margaret Fish for receiving the NIH Predoctoral Fellowship

November 2015- We welcome to our lab new graduate students Alison Banka and Mario Gutierrez

July 2015- Congratulations Dan, Cathy, and Margaret on their recent publication:
Sobczynski, Daniel J; Fish, Margaret B; Fromen, Catherine A; Carasco-Teja, Mariana; Coleman, Rhima M; Eniola-Adefeso, Omolola. (2015). Drug carrier interaction with blood: a critical aspect for high-efficient vascular-targeted drug delivery systems. Therapeutic delivery. DOI: 10.4155/TDE.15.38