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New! Introducing CNM Research One Pagers!

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New! Introducing CNM Research One Pagers!

Checkout our first CNM Research One Pager -- a concise overview of CNM research on mucus-penetrating DNA nanoparticles for inhaled gene therapies, including the challenges involved and the importance of developing these delivery vehicles for treating many diseases. Click the link below for more information and a link to the complete research paper.

One Pager Link

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Congratulations, Dr. Qingguo Xu and Dr. Gregg Duncan!

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Congratulations, Dr. Qingguo Xu and Dr. Gregg Duncan!

Congratulations to CNM's own Dr. Qingguo Xu and Dr. Gregg Duncan for receiving the 2018 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award!

From 2013 to 2017, Qingguo worked at the Center for Nanomedicine as a research associate and since 2017 has been an assistant professor on staff. His research has focused on improving our knowledge of biological barriers to drugs and foreign body immune responses to biomaterials within the context of disease physiology. He has also been working on cutting-edge nanotherapeutic-based treatments for ocular (eye) disorders, cancer, and other diseases.

From 2014 to 2017, Gregg worked at the Center for Nanomedicine as a postdoctoral fellow focusing his research on designing new inhaled nanomedicines to fight lung disease. Recently, he has begun shifting his research toward a new potential for nanoparticles as a tool not only for drug delivery, but also for diagnostics.

Read more about the awards!
News piece about Dr. Qingguo Xu's award.
News piece about Dr. Gregg Duncan's award.

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Congratulations, Thuy and Karina!

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Congratulations, Thuy and Karina!

Congrats to CNM graduate students Thuy Hoang (PhRMA Foundation Fellow) and Karina Negron (Travel Award) for being honored at ASPET!…

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Congratulations, Dr. Kannan!

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Congratulations, Dr. Kannan!

Lecture and celebration naming CNM Co-Director, Dr. Kannan Rangaramanujam, as the second recipient of the Arnall Patz Distinguished Professorship announced for April 27!…

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Congratulations, Hannah!

Filed in News, News by on March 23, 2017 0 Comments
Hannah Zierden selected to receive a 2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. She works with Dr. Laura Ensign, another Buckeye alum. Read more here.

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Pioneer in Nanomedicine 2017

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Pioneer in Nanomedicine 2017

The CNM honors Dr. Nicholas Peppas with the inaugural Pioneer in Nanomedicine Award and kicks off the CNM Seminar Series.…

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Congratulations, Kunal!

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Congratulations, Kunal!

Kunal Parikh successfully defended his Ph.D. He celebrates here with the other CNM transplants from Ohio State CBE!…

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Congratulations, Sam!

Filed in News, News by on August 10, 2016 0 Comments
Former CNM research faculty Sam Lai was promoted to assistant professor with tenure at UNC! Read more.

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NanoDDS 2016

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NanoDDS 2016

NanoDDS: 14th International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium

NanoDDS was co-chaired by Dr. Justin Hanes, Director of the Center for Nanomedicine, and held at Johns Hopkins University from September 16-18, 2016. Thank you to everyone who attended, making the largest meeting yet!

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Former PhD Student Awarded NIH F32 Fellowship

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Former CNM PhD Student Katharina Maisel was recently awarded a NIH F32 fellowship. Congratulations, Katharina!

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