╪1,3Margo Waters, ╪1,3Juliane Hopf, 1,3Paul Helquist, 2Vincent Jo Davisson, and 1,3Prakash. D. Nallathamby

1University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame USA; 2Purdue University, Lafayette, USA; 3NDnano, Notre Dame, USA

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I was in Seattle for the week at the Society for Biomaterials 2019 conference. Excited to have data from three projects in four sessions at SFB 2019. Thanks to CTSI-PDT (#CTSI), ACS-IRG(#americancersociety), NDnano, AD&T and HCRI for their crucial support for these pro...

February 14, 2019

Biomedical research is at risk of losing the antibiotics vs. pathogens arms race. Pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, and salmonellosis are becoming harder and sometimes impossible to treat due to the fast emergence and global spread of new antibiotic resistance. Witho...

February 14, 2019

We are extremely excited and thankful to the American Cancer Society and the Harper Cancer Research Institute for facilitating this seed grant for our work on label-free targeting of undruggable cancer cells.

We intend to target non-targetable cancer cells by tuning the...

February 14, 2019

Over the last two decades, nanotechnology has become one of the most dynamically evolving field of research. Various types of nanoparticles are widely exploited to extend our understanding of biological interactions at the molecular level. They are actively engaged in...

September 5, 2018

Always thankful for the internal support from Notre Dame Research #notredameresearch for supporting high risk-high gain projects such as mine. Here's hoping that my faculty research support program initiation grant (FRSP-IG) #FRSP will pave the way for safer, more acce...

July 19, 2018

Congratulations to Margo Waters of the Nallathamby lab for having being selected for the Inaugural Woodward family endowment for excellence in NDnano undergraduate research! Margo has been an exceptional contributor to advancing research on novel cancer therapeutics in...

​​TechConnect #techconnect keeps getting better every year! Anaheim was a great location, with a good mix of entrepreneurs and investors! Looking forward to the next one in Boston in May 2019. I chaired a very engaging panel of experts who elaborated on the biggest pro...

The poster presented by the undergraduate researchers (Margo Waters and Veronica Kalwatjys), explaining their work on a rationally designed, modular antimicrobial nanoparticle system was well received at COS-JAM 2018. Margo worked on the synthesis of the antimicrobial...

April 12, 2018

SFB 2018 from April 11 to April 14 was a great opportunity to meet experts in the field of immuno-engineering, biomedical imaging, and biomedical devices. The highlight of the trip was the information session held NIBIB on their latest program focussed on engineering i...

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