Jiayi received a B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from East China University of Science and Technology and a M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Northeastern University. He is now pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems, focusing on co-delivery systems for siRNA and anti-cancer drug in overcoming multidrug resistance effect.
|Livia Palmerston Mendes
Livia graduated from Federal University of Goiás, Brazil, with a B.S. in Pharmacy (2010) and M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Sciences (2012). She is a Ph.D. student in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems and works with tumor-environmental sensitive nanocarriers for siRNA and anti-cancer drug delivery to drug-resistant cancer cells. Livia is a recipient of the Science without Borders Scholarship, a Brazilian government program funded by CAPES.
|Daniel Ferreira Costa
Daniel earned a B.S. in Pharmacy from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (2013). Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems. His research focuses on developing multifunctional micellar systems for delivery of antitumor drugs. Daniel is a grantee of Science without Borders Scholarship Program, CAPES, Brazil.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Radhika holds Masters in Biotechnology from India as well as Northeastern University, and a certification in Nanobiotechnology from Harvard University Extension school, MA. In addition, she has earned a Master of Fine Arts in classical dance from India. She is working on targeted drug delivery systems for cancer therapy.
|Bhushan S. Pattni
Bushan received his B.S. in pharmacy from the University of Pune, India and M.S. in biomedical sciences from Northeastern University. After working in biopharmaceutical companies, he joined Professor Vladimir Torchilin’s group as a Ph.D. student in 2012, majoring in pharmaceutics and drug delivery systems. His current research focuses on delivery of novel small molecule anticancer drugs in combination with siRNA and a pro-apoptotic ligand, TRAIL. His research interests also include development of in vitro models of 3-dimensional spheroid cell cultures.
Aditi received her B.S. in pharmacy from India. She earned M.S in pharmaceutical sciences from Northeastern University. Her graduate work investigated the use of magnetic drug-targeting and hyperthermia for the treatment of thyroid cancer. Aditi is an invited member of the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Interdisciplinary Honor society. As a PhD candidate at CPBN, she has worked on multiple projects, and her current research focuses on the use of liposomal nanomedicine for the effective treatment of brain tumors.
Bhawani graduated with B.S. degree in pharmacy from Manipal University and a M.S. degree in pharmaceutical sciences from Northeastern university. She is working on stimuli sensitive liposomes for the delivery of cytotoxic drugs to the tumor tissue.
|Pranali Prabhakar Deshpande
Pranali holds a B.S. degree in pharmacy from India and a M.S. degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Northeastern university. Her research work involves formulation of dual functional liposomes for enhanced cancer-cell targeting and improved intracellular delivery