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Group Members

 

Researchers

            Olga Garbuzenko

Graduate Students

        Pharm.D./Ph.D. Track

            Andriy Kuzmov

        Ph.D. Track

            Milin Narayan Shah

            Justin E. Sapiezynski

            Carl Allenspach

            Pinak B. Khatri

            Gaurang Patel

Graduate Students

         M.S. Track

            Noor Zuhair Kbah

            Sumayah Al-Mahmood

 

Past Group Members

         Graduate Students

         Researchers

 

Researchers

 

Assistant Research Professor

Olga Garbuzenko, Ph.D.
Email: olgagar@rci.rutgers.edu

 

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Education

·            1994-1999, Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Department of Biochemistry, Kharkov State University, Kharkov, Ukraine

·            1989-1994, M.S. in Biology, Department of Biochemistry, Kharkov State University, Kharkov, Ukraine

Experience

·            2010-Present, Assistant Research Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

·            2008-2010, Research Associate, Department of Pharmaceutics, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

·            2006-2008, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Pharmaceutics, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

·            2004-2006, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Biochemistry, the Laboratory for Membrane and Liposome Research; Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel.

·            2000-2004, Scientist, Department of Biochemistry, the Laboratory for Membrane and Liposome Research; Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel.

Research Interests

·            Delivery of drugs, antisense oligonucleotides and siRNA for cancer treatment and imaging

Awards and Honors

·            Drug Delivery and Translational Research Outstanding Research Paper Award for Year 2011 (S. Betigeri, O. Garbuzenko, T. Minko), 2012.

·            Rutgers 2012 Most Innovative Technology Award (T. Minko, O. Garbuzenko, M. Zhang, L, Rodriguez), 2012.

·            Controlled Release Society Outstanding Pharmaceutical Paper Award, (O. Taratula, M. Shah, O. Garbuzenko, T. Minko), 2011.

·            Gallo Award for Scientific Excellence, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey for Outstanding Cancer Research (O. Garbuzenko, O. Taratula, T. Minko), 2011. 

·            The paper O. B. Garbuzenko, M. Saad, V. P. Pozharov, K. R. Reuhl, G. Mainelis, T. Minko. Inhibition of lung tumor growth by complex pulmonary delivery of drugs with oligonucleotides as suppressors of cellular resistance, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 107, 10737-10742 (2010) was highlighted in PNAS Media Selections; EurekAlert!; DOTMED NEWS; NewScientist Magazine; Ecancermedicalscience.

·            Controlled Release Society Outstanding Pharmaceutical Paper Award, (O. Taratula, O. B. Garbuzenko, P. Kirkpatrick, I. Pandya, R. Savla, V. P. Pozharov, H. He, T. Minko), 2010.

·            First Place Poster Award, The Biennial New Jersey Pharmaceutical Conference (M. Zhang, O. Garbuzenko, L. Rodriguez, T. Minko), 2009. 

·            Second Place Poster Award, The Biennial New Jersey Pharmaceutical Conference (O. Taratula, O. Garbuzenko, Z. Wang, G. Mainelis, T. Minko), 2009. 

·            The New Jersey Cancer Research Award for Scientific Excellence (O. Taratula, O. B. Garbuzenko, R. Savla, H. He, T. Minko), 2009.

·            The paper M. Saad, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Co-delivery of siRNA and an anticancer drug for treatment of multidrug resistant cancer, Nanomedicine, 3, 761-776 (2008) was highlighted in LeadDiscovery (http://www.leaddiscovery.co.uk/articles/19025451/ dailyupdate).

·            The paper "Receptor targeted polymers, dendrimers, liposomes: Which nanocarrier is the most efficient for tumor-specific treatment and imaging?", J. Control. Release, 130, 107-114, 2008 (M. Saad, O. B. Garbuzenko, E. Ber, P. Chandna, J. J. Khandare, V. P. Pozharov, T. Minko) was highlighted in Cover Story by the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal (K. Park, J. Control. Release, 130, 139, 2008) and the figure from the paper was selected for the cover page of the issue.

·            Controlled Release Society Outstanding Pharmaceutical Paper Award, 2008 (S. Betigeri, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko).

Publications

1.      O. B. Garbuzenko, G. Mainelis, O. Taratula, T. Minko, Inhalation treatment of lung cancer: the influence of composition, size and shape of nanocarriers on their lung accumulation and retention, Cancer Biol Med, 11(1) 44-55 (2014)

2.      O. B. Garbuzenko, J. Winkler, M. S. Tomassone, T. Minko, Biodegradable janus nanoparticles for local pulmonary delivery of hydrophilic and hydrophobic molecules to the lungs, Langmuir, 30(43), 12941-12949 (2014).

3.      L. Y. Peddada, O. B. Garbuzenko, D. I. Devore, T. Minko, C. M. Roth, Delivery of antisense oligonucleotides using poly(alkylene oxide)-poly(propylacrylic acid) graft copolymers in conjunction with cationic liposomes, J Control Release. 194C, 103-112 (2014).

4.      R. Savla, O. B. Garbuzenko, S. Chen, L. Rodriguez-Rodriguez, T. Minko, Tumor-targeted responsive nanoparticle-based systems for magnetic resonance imaging and therapy, Pharm Res, 31(12), 3487-3502 (2014).

5.      X. Xie, N. Bansal, T. Shaik, J. E. Kerrigan, T. Minko, O. Garbuzenko, E. E. Abali, N. Johnson-Farley, D. Banerjee, K. W. Scotto, J. R. Bertino, A novel peptide that inhibits E2F transcription and regresses prostate tumor xenografts, Oncotarget, 5, 901-907 (2014).

6.      O. Taratula, A. Kuzmov, M. Shah, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Nanostructured lipid carriers as multifunctional nanomedicine platform for pulmonary co-delivery of anticancer drugs and siRNA, J Control Release, 171, 349-357 (2013).

7.      G. Mainelis, S. Seshadri, O. B. Garbuzenko, Z. Wang, T. Minko, Characterization and application of a nose-only exposure chamber for inhalation delivery of liposomal anti-cancer drugs and nucleic acids to mice, J Aerosol Med Pulm Drug Deliv, 26(6), 345-354 (2013).

8.      V. Ivanova, O. B. Garbuzenko, K. R. Reuhl, T. Minko, Inhalation Treatment of Pulmonary Fibrosis by Liposomal Prostaglandin E2, Eur J Pharm Biopharm, 84, 335-344 (2013).

9.      V. Shah, O. Taratula, O. B. Garbuzenko, M. L. Patil, R. Savla, M. Zhang, T. Minko, Genotoxicity of nanocarriers with different composition, architecture, size, molecular weight and charge, Current Drug Discovery Technologies, 10, 8-15 (2013).

10.    M. Zhang, O. B. Garbuzenko, K. R. Reuhl, L. Rodriguez-Rodriguez, T. Minko, Two-in-one: combined targeted chemo and gene therapy for tumor suppression and prevention of metastases, Nanomedicine (Lond), 7, 185-197 (2012).

11.    O. Taratula, O. B. Garbuzenko, A. M. Chen, T. Minko, “Innovative strategy for treatment of lung cancer: targeted nanotechnology-based inhalation co-delivery of anticancer drugs and siRNA, J. Drug Target., 19, 900-914 (2011).

12.    R. Savla, O. Taratula, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Targeted, pH-sensitive quantum dot delivery of doxorubicin for treatment of ovarian cancer, J. Control. Release, 2011, 153, 16-22.

13.    M. L. Patil, M. Zhang, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Multifunctional triblock nanocarrier (PAMAM-PEG-PLL) for the efficient intracellular delivery of siRNA and potent gene silencing, ACS Nano, 5, 1877-1887 (2011).

14.    S. Betigeri, M. Zhang, O. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Non-viral delivery of siRNA or antisense oligonucleotides targeted to Jun N-Terminal Kinase 1 prevents cellular hypoxic damage, Drug Deliv. and Transl. Res., 1, 13-24 (2011).

15.    O. B. Garbuzenko, M. Saad, V. P. Pozharov, K. R. Reuhl, G. Mainelis, T. Minko. New horizons in treatment of lung cancer: Combinatorial local inhalatory delivery of drugs and suppressors of cellular resistance, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 107, 10737-10742 (2010).

16.    D. A. Christian, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, D. E. Discher, Polymer Vesicles with a Red Cell-like Surface Charge: Microvascular imaging and in vivo Tracking with Near-Infrared Fluorescence, Macromol. Rapid Commun., 31, 135-141 (2010).

17.    O. Taratula, O Garbuzenko, P. Kirkpatrick, I. Pandya, R. Savla, V. Pozharov, H. He, and T. Minko. Surface-engineering targeted PPI dendrimer for efficient intracellular and intratumoral siRNA delivery, J. Control. Release, 2009, 140:284-293.

18.    D. Christian , S. Cai , O. Garbuzenko, T. Harada, A. Zajac, T. Minko and D. Discher, Flexible filaments for in vivo imaging and delivery: persistent circulation of filomicelles opens the dosage window for sustained tumor shrinkage, Mol. Pharmaceutics, 2009 6:1343-1352.

19.    O. B. Garbuzenko, M. Saad, S. Betigeri, M. Zhang, A. A. Vetcher, V. A. Soldatenkov, D. C. Reimer, T. Minko, Intratracheal versus intravenous liposomal delivery of siRNA, antisense oligonucleotides and anticancer drug, Pharm. Research, 2009, 26 (2):382-94.

20.    M. L. Patil, M. Zang, O. Tarantula, O. Garbzuenko, H. He, T.  Minko. Internally cationic polyamidoamine PAMAM-OH dendrimers for siRNA delivery: effect of the degree of quaternization on cancer targeting, Biomacromolecules, 2009, 10(2):258-66.

21.    Kizelsztein P, Ovadia H, Garbuzenko O, Sigal A, Barenholz Y. Pegylated nanoliposomes remote-loaded with the antioxidant tempamine ameliorate experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 2009, 213(1-2):20-5.

22.    M. Saad, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Co-delivery of siRNA and an anticancer drug for treatment of multidrug resistant cancer, Nanomedicine, 2008, 3(6):761-76.

23.    M. Saad, O. B. Garbuzenko, E. Ber, P. Chandna, J. J. Khandare, V. P. Pozharov, T. Minko, Receptor - targeted nanocarriers for tumor specific treatment and imaging, J. Control. Release, 2008, 130(2):107-14.

24.    Y. Wang, M. Saad, R. I. Pakunlu, J. J. Khandare, O. B. Garbuzenko, A. A. Vetcher, V. A. Soldatenkov, V. P. Pozharov, T. Minko, Non-viral nanoscale-based delivery of antisense oligonucleotides targeted to HIF1 alpha enhances the efficacy of chemotherapy in drug resistant tumor, Clin. Cancer Res., 2008, 14(11): 3607-16.

25.    T. Minko, J. J. Khandare, A. A. Vetcher, V. A. Soldatenkov, O. B. Garbuzenko, M. Saad, V. P. Pozharov, Multifunctional nanotherapeutics for cancer (Chapter 10), In.: Multifunctional Pharmaceutical Nanocarriers, V. P. Torchilin, Ed., Springer, 2008, pp. 309-335.

26.     V. Wasserman, P. Kizelsztein, O. Garbuzenko, R. Kohen, H. Ovadia, R. Tabakman  and Y. Barenholz. The antioxidant Tempamine (TMN): in vitro proapoptotic and neuroprotective effects and optimization of liposomal encapsulation, Langmuir, 2006, 13;23(4):1937-47.

27.    Garbuzenko O., Zalipsky S., Qazen M., Barenholz Y., Electrostatics of PEGylated micelles and liposomes containing charged and neutral lipopolymers.  Langmuir. 2005, 15; 21(6): 2560-8.

28.    Garbuzenko O., Barenholz Y., Priev A. Effect of grafted PEG on liposome size and on compressibility and packing of lipid bilayer. Chem Phys Lipids. 2005: 135 (2): 117-29.

29.    A.E.Kuzmis, O.B.Garbuzenko, A.V. Naglov, T.U. Maistrenko, E.E.Persky. Effect of  Ca2+  and chlorpromazine on collagen synthesis and processing in rats aorta and skin in vitro, Biology Vestnik, 2001, 5(1-2):100-2.

30.    O.B.Garbuzenko, E.E Persky. The influence of cooling on the collagen and elastine exchange in rats skin in vitro// The problems of Cryobiology, 1998.

31.    E.Persky, I.V.Kuznetsov, O.B.Garbuzenko The temperature effect of some stages of rat skin collagen exchange in vitro// Reports of the National Academy of Science, Ukraine, 1997.

32.    O.B. Garbuzenko, I.V.Kuznetsov, A.V. Naglov, N.A. Nikitina, E.E. Persky, L.A. Utevskaya Structural and metabolic mechanisms of collagen adaptation to endogenous and exogenous factors effects// School of Fundamental Medicine Journal, 1997.

33.    I.V.Kuznetsov, O.B.Garbuzenko, A.E.Kuzmis, N.A.Nikitina, E.E.Persky, L.A.Utevskaya Peculiar features of collagen exchange in skin of vertebrata animals during temperature adaptation// the problems of Cryobiology, 1997.  

 

 

Professional Research Manager

Natalia Pogrebnyak, Ph.D.
Email: nyp11@rci.rutgers.edu

           

Education

·         Ph.D in Biology - Cytology, Moscow State University, Russia

·         M. S. in Biology - Genetics, Kiev State University, Kiev, Ukraine.

Experience

·         2014 – Present, Professional/Research/Manager Casual, Department of Pharmaceutics, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

·         2011 – 2014, Research Associate – Department of Plant Biology and Pathology,                                       Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

·         2003 – 2010  Research Assistant Professor –Department of Cancer Biology                                     Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA  

·         1996 – 2003, Senior Research Scientist - BASF Plant Science L.L.C., NC, USA                                      (formerly American Cyanamid Company, USA)

·         1981 – 1996, Research Scientist, Senior Scientist – Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic                                     Engineering,  Kiev, Ukraine

·         1977 – 1981, Post -Graduate Student - Institute of Molecular Biology, Moscow, Russia

Research Interests

Mammalian cell tissue culture technologies, cultivation of different human cell lines, mouse/rat cell lines, cancer cells, enucleation of mammalian cells, cell fusion technologies, production of hybrids, hybridomas producing anti-cancer monoclonal antibodies, anti-rabies monoclonal antibodies, animal surgery, isolation of lymphocytes and peritoneal cells, production of recombinant vaccines and microbicides and testing them in animal models, evaluation of the toxicity to mammalian cells of plant extracts, testing of plant preparations in vitro and in vivo, development of cell suspension bioreactor for large scale production of pharmaceuticals.  

Standard molecular biology techniques, isolation of plasmid DNA, PCR, Western blot analysis, ELISA, enzyme assays, staining techniques, light microscopy, fluorescent imaging technology, immunofluorescent staining, green fluorescent protein and luciferase reporter assays, chromosomal analysis, autoradiography, flow cytometry. 

Plant propagation by tissue culture, establishment of cell suspensions, in vitro regeneration,  embryogenesis; cultivation of protoplasts, cell fusion and production of plant hybrids, mutagenesis by UV-radiation/NMU/EMS; transformation of plants by Agrobacterium, particle bombardment, electroporation of protoplasts,  plastid transformation, transient expression, maintenance of plants in greenhouse, evaluation of mutant and transgenic plants for herbicide resistance, field trials.

Grants

·         2014 – 2015, Improved lettuce varieties for enhanced metabolic resiliency, Botanical Research Center Pilot Project. Role – PI

Patents

·         Pogrebnyak N., Andrianov V., Golovkin M. Methods and compositions for production of recombinant  pharmaceutical proteins in  medicinal plants (2014) WO 2014055659 A1

·         Raskin I., Cheng D., Pogrebnyak N. Red lettuce with increased anthocyanins, polyphenols, and oxygen  radical absorption capacity.( 2012) US Provisional Patent Application No 61/651,122

·         Koprowski H., Golovkin M., Pogrebnyak N.  Uses of Yerba Santa. (2012) US 8,148,609 B2

·         Zhen R-G, Hirayama L., Peng J., Pogrebnyak N., Carpenter B., Cozzitorto J., Brown K., Hedrick J., Stahl J.  Carotenoid biosynthesis inhibitor resistance genes and methods of use in plants.  WO/2005/111218

Selected Publications

1.    D.M.Cheng, N. Pogrebnyak, P.Kuhn, C.G.Krueger, W.D.Johnson, I.Raskin. Development and phytochemical characterization of high polyphenol red lettuce with anti-diabetic properties. PLOS ONE, 2014,  Vol. 9, No. 3, article e91571.

2.    D. M. Cheng, N. Pogrebnyak, P. Kuhn, A. Poulev, C. Waterman, P. Rojas-Silva, W. D. Johnson, and I. Raskin.Polyphenol-rich Rutgers Scarlet Lettuce improves glucose metabolism and liver lipid accumulation in diet  induced obese C57BL/6 Mice. Nutrition, 2014, Vol. 30, pp.S52-S58.

3.    Grace, M., Guzman, I., Roopchand, D., Moskal, K., Cheng, D., Pogrebnyak N., Raskin, I., Howell, A., and M. A. Lila. Stable binding of alternative protein-enriched food matrices with concentrated cranberry bioflavonoids for functional food applications. J. Agric. Food Chem., Vol. 61, No. 28, pp. 6856-6864, 2013.

4.    Andrianov V., Borisyuk N., Pogrebnyak N., Brinter A., Dixon J., Spitsin S., Matyszczuk P,  Flynn J., Laurelli L.,  Andruszak K., Golovkin M., and Koprowski. Potential of tobacco as a production platform for biofuel:  over-expression of Arabidopsis  DGAT  and  Lec2 genes increases accumulation  and shifts  the composition of lipids in green biomass. Plant Biotechnology Journal, 2010, v 8, p. 277-287.

5.    Brodzik R., Spitsin S., Pogrebnyak N.,  Andruszhak K., Bandurska K., Koprowski H., Golovkin M.  Generation  of Plant-derived Recombinant DTP Subunit Vaccine. Vaccine, 2009, v 27, p.3730-3734.

6.    Spitsin S., Andrianov V.,  Pogrebnyak N., Smirnov Y., Borisjuk N, Portocarrero C., Veguilla V., Koprowski H.,  Golovkin M.  Immunological  Assessment of plant-derived  Avian Flu H5/HA1  Variants. Vaccine, 2009, 27,  1289-1292.

7.    Bandurska K., Brodzik R., Spitsin S., Kohl T., Portocarrero C., Smirnov Y., Pogrebnyak N., Sirko A., Koprowski    H., Golovkin M. Plant-produced Hepatitis B Core Protein Chimera Carrying Anthrax Protective Antigen Domain-4. Hybridoma, 2008, 27(4), p.241-247.   

8.    Golovkin M., Spitsin S.,  Andrianov S., Smirnov Y., Xiao Y., Pogrebnyak N., Markley K.,  Brodzik R., Gleba Y., Isaacs S. and  Koprowski H. Smallpox subunit vaccine candidate produced in plants confers protection  in mice. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2007, v 104, no 16, p.6864-6869.

9.    Pogrebnyak N.,  Markley K., Smirnov Y., Bandurska K., Koprowski H. and Golovkin M. Collard and cauliflower as a base for production of recombinant antigens. Plant Science, 2006, v 171, issue 6, p.677-685.

10.  Brodzik R.,  Glogowska M.,  Bandurska K.,  Okulicz M.,  Deka D.,  Ko K.,  Linden J.,  Leusen J.,  Pogrebnyak N.,  Golovkin M., Steplewski Z. and Koprowski H. Plant-derived anti-Lewis Y monoclonal antibody exhibits biological  activities for  efficient  immunotherapy against human cancer cells.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.  USA, 2006,  v 103, no 23,  p.8804- 8809.   

11.  Pogrebnyak N., Golovkin M., Andrianov V., Spitsin S., Smirnov Y., Egolf R. and Koprowski H. SARS spike protein production  in  plants:  development of recombinant vaccine.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.  USA,  2005,  v 102,  no 25, p.9062-9067.

12.  A.E.Golovko, N.Ya.Pogrebnyak, M.A.Bannikova. Cultivation in vitro and transformation of sugar beet.   Physiology and biochemistry of cultivated plants, 2002, 34, N5 (199), p 394-405.

13.  N. Pogrebnyak, E.N.Shisha, S.V.Storozhenko, L.I.Yuzefovich, B.Diettrich and Y.Y.Gleba. Genetic transformation  of Digitalis purpurea by Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Biopolymers and the Cell, 1997, v 13, N2, p. 60-62.

14.  J.G.Schaart, K.J.Puite, L.Kolova and N.Pogrebnyak. Some methodological aspects of apple transformation by Agrobacterium. Euphytica, 1995, 85, p. 131-134.

15.  S.V.Storozhenko, O.A.Kravets, N.Ya.Pogrebnyak, Y.Y.Gleba. Isolation of the transgenic potato plants expressing the mutant acetolactate synthase gene of Arabidopsis thaliana.  Biopolymers and the Cell, 1994, v. 10,  p. 67-72.

16.  O.A.Kravets, N.Pogrebnyak. E.N. Shisha, S,V, Lopato, Y.Y. Gleba. Transformation of different potato cultivars and analysis of the transgenic plants. Biopolymers and the Cell.  1992, v.8, N6, p. 44-48.

17.  S.G.Kushnir, L.R.Shlumukov, N.Ya.Pogrebnyak, S.Berger, Y.Y.Gleba. Functional cybrid plants possessing a Nicotiana genome and an Atropa plastome. Mol.Gen.Genet., 1987, 209, p.159-163.

18.  S.G.Kushnir, L.R.Shlumukov, N.Ya.Pogrebnyak, Y.Y.Gleba.Cell-engineered synthesis of cybrids containing a Nicotiana nucleus and Atropa belladonna plastids. Proc.Acad.Sci.USSR, 1986, 291, p.1238-1240.

19.  N.Ya Pogrebnyak, A.A.Kushch, A.V.Zelenin.Lymphocytes in the heterokaryons enter the S-phase independently from cell tissue proliferating activity. Proc.Acad.Sci.USSR, 1982, 266, p.478-481.

20.  A.A.Kushch, N.Ya.Pogrebnyak, I.P.Diskant. Use of heterokaryons for determing ability of nonproliferating cells enter the S-phase of cell cycle. Cytology, 1981, 23, p.1206-1209.

21.  N.Ya Pogrebnyak, V.A.Polunovsky, A.A.Kushch, A.V. Zelenin. Different extent of peritoneal cell nuclei reactivation in heterokaryons with dormant, proliferation-stimulated and constantly proliferating cells. Proc.Acad.Sci.USSR, 1981, 258, p.1220-1224.

 

 

Graduate Students

 

Pharm. D./Ph.D. Track

Andriy Kuzmov
Email: akuzmov@eden.rutgers.edu

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

Publications

  1. A. Kuzmov, T. Minko, Nanotechnology approaches for inhalation treatment of lung diseases, J Control Release, accepted.
  2. O. Taratula, A. Kuzmov, M. Shah, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Nanostructured lipid carriers as multifunctional nanomedicine platform for pulmonary co-delivery of anticancer drugs and siRNA, J Control Release, 171, 349-357 (2013).

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Ph.D. Track

Milin Narayan Shah
Email: milin2009@gmail.com

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

Publications

1.    M. Shah, V. Shah, A. Ghosh, Z. Zhang, T. Minko, Molecular inclusion complexes of β-cyclodextrin derivatives enhance aqueous solubility and cellular internalization of paclitaxel: Preformulation and in vitro assessments, J Pharm Pharmacol., 2 (2), 8 (2015).

  1. O. Taratula, A. Kuzmov, M. Shah, O. B. Garbuzenko, T. Minko, Nanostructured lipid carriers as multifunctional nanomedicine platform for pulmonary co-delivery of anticancer drugs and siRNA, J Control Release, 171, 349-357 (2013).

 

Justin E. Sapiezynski
Email: jsapp89@gmail.com

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

 

 

Carl Allenspach

Email: carl.allenspach@novartis.com

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

 

 

Pinak B. Khatri
Email: pbk21@scarletmail.rutgers.edu

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Awards and Honors

 

 

Gaurang Patel
Email: gaupatel5@live.com

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

Activities

 

 

M.S. Track

Noor Zuhair Kbah
Email: jsapp89@gmail.com

 

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Education

Experience

Research Interests

 

 

 

Sumayah Al-Mahmood

sumia.pharma@gmail.com

Education

 

 

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