Dr. Ainslie co-coordinated NanoDDS with Drs. Nguyen, Brudno and Fenton. They hosted a variety of speakers over several days at the Carolina Inn.
“Microparticle Delivery of a STING Agonist Enables Indirect Activation of NK Cells by Antigen-Presenting Cells” https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.2c00207
https://ainslielab.web.unc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/12416/2022/05/Gender-in-DD.pdf My amazing grad student Ryan Woodring helped me to put together infographics on Women & URM in Drug Delivery – but we’ll focus on Examples of Inclusion & Actionable Points.
Enabling New Therapies Through Drug Carrier Design at Mt. Snow
Rebeca Stiepel giving her talk at GRC Drug Carriers GRS!
Congrats UNC Microbiology and Immunology Department and N.C. A&T Dept. of Biology student Aliyah Tate for your awesome poster titled: “Rapamycin-loaded Acetalated Dextran Microparticles Utilized to Reduce Inflammation”
Dylan’s talk about “Ace-DEX Microparticles for Broadly Active Influenza Vaccination” in Tech Session 3: Immuno Delivery which starts at 11 in 520 A/D won a CRS Trainee Award from Immuno Delivery Focus Group! Congrats Dylan!
Dr. Ainslie was elected to Controlled Release Society Fellows
“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!