The overreaching goal of our research is the development of versatile platforms of innovative vectors for cancer therapeutics, vaccine development and imaging reagents in nanomedicine. With the growing sophistication of polymerization strategies, the implementation of functionality and utilization of macromolecular architectures will be key for many of the promising applications in nanotechnology related to the biomedical field and materials science. Thereby structural and functional fidelity compatible for bioconjugation is a focus in the design of the polymer topology.
University of Houston
Department of Chemistry
406 STL Building
Labs: 415, 412, 414, 408
phone: (713) 743-6707
Recent NewsApril 06, 2018: Eva was featured in UH Today
April 03, 2018: Breyinn Loftin was awarded the NSF Graduate Fellowship. Congratulations Breyinn! Now we have three laureates in the group!
March 23, 2018: Michael Marin defended his thesis and is now starting his dream position at Hewlett Packard. Congratulations!