Pioneers in Cellular Adhesion & Vascular Targeted Drug Delivery
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2018 Eniola-Adefeso Lab Holiday Party/Potluck
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Optimal particle ligand conformations depend on the exact surface expression of the endothelium.
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Zwitterion-stabilization confers "stealth" properties to biodegrable microspheres.
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Intravenously injected VTCs interact dynamically with cells in the complex fluid of blood.
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RBC geometry, rigidity, and RBC concentration impacts margination of cells and particles in blood flow, thereby informing the treatment model of sickle cell disease.
The lab welcomes visiting Ph.D candidate Ben Czaja from the Computational Science Lab at the University of Amsterdam. 😜
Hooray! Emma has been awarded an NSF GRFP award!
Woo-hoo! Billy has been awarded a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship!
Congratulations to Lola for receiving a 2019 MLK Faculty Spirit Award!
The lab team bids Mario a safe and adventurous journey completing a research collaboration with the Netanel Korin Lab at Technion Israel Institute of Technology.
Prof. Eniola-Adefeso has been awarded a 2018 Rackham Faculty Recognition Award!
We welcome 1st year Ph.D student Emma Brannon to the lab team!
Congratulations to Billy on his first author publication in Acta Biomaterialia: ”PEGylation of model drug carriers enhances phagocytosis by primary human neutrophils.”
Congratulations to Alison for her excellence in presenting at a Gordon Research Conference!
Woo-Hoo! Hanieh has published a 1st author publication in Journal of Colloid and Interface Science: "Modified two-step emulsion solvent evaporation technique for fabricating biodegradable rod-shaped particles in the submicron size range".
Congratulations to Jonathan for receiving a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!
We welcome 1st year Ph.D students Jonathan Lee and Violet Sheffey to the lab team!
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