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The Bahnson Research Group Publishes In Biomaterials Science, A Journal Of The Royal Society Of Chemistry

February 8, 2022

Congratulations to the Lab of Edward Moreira Bahnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, Center for Nanotechnology, for publishing paper, titled “Antioxidant Response Activating nanoParticles (ARAPas) localize to atherosclerotic plaque and locally activate the Nrf2 pathway” in Biomaterials Science, a journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry. In this work, led by postdoctoral fellow … Continued

Postdoctoral Fellow, Sophie Maiocchi, Receives K99/R00 Pathway To Independence Award From The National Institutes Of Health’s (NIH) National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute (NHLBI)

January 10, 2022

Congratulations to Sophie Maiocchi, a postdoctoral fellow in the Bahnson Research Group, for recently receiving a K99/R00 pathway to independence award from the NIH’s NHLBI. Sophie’s project is titled “Targeted Drug Delivery for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease and Its Clinical Complications”.  

Ana Cartaya And Halle Lutz Publish In The Journal Antioxidants

August 30, 2021

Congratulations to Ana Cartaya, a pharmacology graduate student, and Halle Lutz, an undergraduate student, both in the Bahnson Research Group, for publishing article, titled “Delivery of Cinnamic Aldehyde Antioxidant Response Activating nanoParticles (ARAPas) for Vascular Applications”, in the journal Antioxidants. In this paper, Ms. Cartaya and Ms. Lutz developed a nanoformulation termed ARAPas capable of … Continued

Pharmacology Graduate Student, Ana Cartaya, Receives F31 Predoctoral Fellowship Award From The National Institutes Of Health’s (NIH) National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute (NHLBI)

August 30, 2021

Congratulations to Ana Cartaya, a pharmacology graduate student in the Bahnson Research Group, for recently receiving an F31 predoctoral fellowship award from NIH’s NHLBI.   The fellowship provides ongoing stipend support for her project, titled “Selective delivery of superoxide dismutase and catalase for restenosis prevention”. During her fellowship, Ms. Cartaya will optimize nanoformulations and a … Continued

Edward Moreira Bahnson, Ph.D. Published In The the Journal of Surgical Research

January 11, 2021

Congratulations to Edward Moreira Bahnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Cell Biology and Physiology, Center for Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery, for publishing paper, titled “Allyship in Surgical Residents: Evidence for LGBTQ Competency Training in Surgical Education” in the Journal of Surgical Research. Dr. Bahnson’s paper highlights the importance of LGBTQ cultural competence training and intentionally inclusive care … Continued