Student Research
Nanobiotechnology

Nanobiotechnology research takes most of its fundamentals from nanotechnology and applies them to biological systems to produce nanoscale materials and devices designed to perform tasks impossible for macroscopic products.

Faculty

Faculty members in nanobiotechnology include:

Student achievements

Jan Ramanathan (neé Ressl) '09

  • “Metal oxide nanoconjugates as in vitro probes for protein-protein interactions Cytotoxicity and DNA cleavage with core-shell nanocomposites functionalized by a KH domain DNA binding peptide.” Nanoscale. 2013.

Resham Banga '10

  • PATENT: “Liposomal Particles, Methods of Making Same and Uses” Serial No. PCT/US2014/068429. Chad A. Mirkin; SonBinh T Nguyen; Resham Singh Banga (NU); Natalia Chernyak; Aleksandar Radovic-Moreno; Christopher Mader; Sergei Gryaznov (Aurasense Therapeutics). United States.
  • “The Role of Viscosity on Polymer Ink Transport in Dip-pen Nanolithography.” Chemical Science. June 15, 2013.
  • “Liposomal Spherical Nucleic Acids.” Journal of American Chemical Society. May 25, 2014.
  • “The Role of Viscosity on Polymer Ink Transport in Dip-pen Nanolithography.” Chemical Science. June 15, 2013.

Vibha Tamboli '10

  • “A peptide-based material for therapeutic carbon monoxide delivery.” Soft Matter. May 24, 2012.

Aaron Love '11

  • PATENT: Spherical nucleic acid-based constructs as immunostimulatory agents for prophylactic and therapeutic use. United States WO2015013673 A1. Issued January 29, 2015.

Sagar Anantatmula '12

  • PATENT: Spherical Nucleic Acid-Based Constructs As Immunoregulatory Agents. United States CA2919273 A1. Issued July 25, 2014.
  • “Immunomodulatory spherical nucleic acids.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. March 16, 2015.

Haoming (Daniel) Jiang '12

  • “Nanoscale Synaptic Membrane Mimetic Allows Unbiased High Throughput Screen That Targets Binding Sites for Alzheimer's-Associated Aβ Oligomers.” PLoS One. April 2015.