DeLouise Bio Nanomaterials Group
We manipulate materials on the micro, nano and molecular level scales to design biomedical devices for diagnostic, therapeutic and investigative studies of skin. Our multidisciplinary approach integrates experimental research and simulation to design devices that exploit the novel optical, morphological and surface chemical properties of nanostructured materials. Key focus areas include optical biosensing, microflulidic cell sorting and cell culture and nanoparticle skin penetration, skin imaging, translocation and targeted delivery.
Current Research Projects
- Impact of Cosmetic Lotions on Nanoparticle Penetration through ex vivo C57BL/6 Hairless Mouse and Human Skin: A Comparison Study.Cosmetics. 3. (2016 Mar 01).
- Development and characterization of antibody reagents for detecting nanoparticles.Nanoscale. 7, 20042-54. (2015 Dec 21).
- UVB Dependence of Quantum Dot Reactive Oxygen Species Generation in Common Skin Cell Models.J Biomed Nanotechnol. 11, 1644-52. (2015 Sep 01).