“Hit-to-lead optimization of novel phenyl imidazole carboxamides that are active against Leishmania donovani” https://t.co/uXy8MTmydA
Congrats Ryan Woodring on being accepted into the UNC Certificate Program in Translational Medicine program!
“Considerations for size, surface charge, polymer degradation, co-delivery, & manufacturability in the development of polymeric particle vaccines for infectious diseases” is one of NanoBioMed Reseach’s most downloaded paper for the last year! https://t.co/aj3wURbjhQ
“Metal–Organic Coordination Polymer for Delivery of a Subunit Broadly Acting Influenza Vaccine” https://t.co/Z5d8SkEtMW
Fun times bowling with the Fenton and Nguyen Labs !
New publication “Multiplexed Electrospray Enables High Throughput Production of cGAMP Microparticles to Serve as an Adjuvant for a Broadly Acting Influenza Vaccine” https://t.co/wy57Wp7CWq
Kristy receives “Worthy of Recognition” (> 4.5 in evals) for your teaching in PHCY 514 PHARMACEUTICS II
New collaborative pub “STING agonist-containing microparticles improve seasonal influenza vaccine efficacy and durability in ferrets over standard adjuvant” https://t.co/YYyQJFHkMx
Liz gave a talk at Society for Biomaterials in the Smart Biomaterials for Drug Delivery session
Rebeca, Ryan and Cole present posters at Society for Biomaterials