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Nikita Meka's research project is Nanoliposomes with perfluorocarbon nanodroplets. Working on ultrasound triggered drug delivery formulations in Dr. Alexander Klibanov's Lab.

Suhani Sanghavi's research project was Biodistribution of Cationic Ferritin in Mice Models

Suhaib Abu Radwan working in the lab with his advisor

Milton Su and Suhaib Abu Radwan working on carbon nanotube yarn

Nikita Meka's research project is Nanoliposomes with perfluorocarbon nanodroplets. Working on ultrasound triggered drug delivery formulations in Dr. Alexander Klibanov's Lab.

Cara Broshkevitch with her model. Cara's prject is Molecular dynamics simulation of nanoscale membrane organization to understand influenza virus binding

Suhaib Abu Radwan working in the lab with his advisor

Alex Mack working on characterization of sorted human urine EV samples

Shelby Cuthriell taking X-Ray diffraction spectra

Victoria Stagnaro working on using dielectrophoresis to track phenotipic changes in C. difficile after co-culture with bacteria that make up the microbiome.

Working on Spin Torque Nano Oscillator

Suhani Sanghavi researched Biodistribution of Cationic Ferritin

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December 13, 2016