Biomedical Engineering


Our long-term goal is to exploit the unique targeting properties of contrast ultrasound in developing therpaeutic nanomedicine strategies for the improved treatment of limb claudication, myocardial ischemia, and solid tumors with poor surgical accessibility.


My laboratory currently uses several different strategies, including phage display, small molecule display on nanoparticles, and SELEX, to identify lead candidates for the development of amplifiable targeted imaging agents.


Our goal is to elucidate cellular mechanotransduction mechanisms as candidates for therapeutic cellular engineering.


We seek to develop broad classes of new tools for use in minimally invasive medical procedures in electrophysiology, cardiology and neurosurgery.

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