Guilin Wang

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Guilin Wang

Education

2006-2011, Ph.D, Chemical Engineering, University of Alberta

2003-2006, M.Sc, Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University

1999-2003, B.Eng, Polymer Materials and Engineering, Beijing Technology & Business University

Research Interest

1. Biomaterials, tissue engineering;

2. Biopolymer synthesis, bioconjugation chemistry;

3. Nanomedicine, drug delivery, targeting and controlled release.

Publications

[1] G Wang, NZ Mostafa, V Incani C Kucharski, H Uludag. Bisphosphonate-decorated lipid nanoparticles designed as drug carriers for bone diseases. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research A. 2012, 100: 684-693.

[2] G Wang, ME Babadagli, H Uludag. Bisphosphonate-derivatized liposomes to control drug release from collagen/hydroxyapatite scaffolds. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 2011, 8: 1025–1034.

[3] HD Singh, G Wang, H Uludağ, and LD Unsworth. Poly-L-lysine coated albumin nanoparticles: stability, mechanism for increasing in vitro enzymatic resilience, and siRNA release characteristics. ACTA Biomaterialia. 2010, 6: 4277-4284.

[4] G Wang, C Kucharski, X Lin, H. Uludag. Bisphosphonate-coated BSA nanoparticles lack bone targeting after systemic administration. Journal of Drug Targeting. 2010, 18: 611-626.

[5] G Wang, K Siggers, S Zhang, H Jiang, Z Xu, RF Zernicke, J Matyas, H Uludag. Preparation of BMP-2 containing bovine serum albumin (BSA) nanoparticles stabilized by polymer coating. Pharmaceutical Research. 2008. 25: 2896-2909.

[6] G Wang, H Uludag. Recent developments in nanoparticle-based drug delivery and targeting systems with emphasis on protein-based nanoparticles. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery. 2008. 5: 499-515.

[7] S Zhang, G Wang, X Lin, H Jennissen, M Chatzinikolaidou, HP Jennissen, M Laub, H Uludag. Polyethylenimine-coated albumin nanoparticles for BMP-2 Delivery. Biotechnology Progress. 2008. 24: 945-956.
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