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<h3>Current Research Projects</h3>
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# Macrophage polarization on therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cells. (MSCs)
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# Macrophage polarization on therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).
# Targeted magnetic nanoparticle thermotherapy for the resolution of biofilm infection in diabetic wounds.
# Targeted magnetic nanoparticle thermotherapy for the resolution of biofilm infection in diabetic wounds.
# Magnetically responsive injectable microgels for on-demand drug delivery and stem cell engineering.
# Magnetically responsive injectable microgels for on-demand drug delivery and stem cell engineering.
# Nanoengineered biomaterial scaffold for immunomodulation.
# Nanoengineered biomaterial scaffold for immunomodulation.
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<h3>Research Support</h3>
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* Farris Family Innovation Award
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* Kent State Postdoc Seed Program Award
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* Kent State Start-up Fund
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Current Research Projects

  1. Macrophage polarization on therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).
  2. Targeted magnetic nanoparticle thermotherapy for the resolution of biofilm infection in diabetic wounds.
  3. Magnetically responsive injectable microgels for on-demand drug delivery and stem cell engineering.
  4. Nanoengineered biomaterial scaffold for immunomodulation.

Research Support

  • Farris Family Innovation Award
  • Kent State Postdoc Seed Program Award
  • Kent State Start-up Fund

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