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Lab Members

Principal Investigator

Lisa DeLouiseLisa A. DeLouise, Ph.D., M.P.D.
MC 6-6823
Phone: (585) 275-1810

Understanding the toxicological and biochemical properties of nanomaterial interactions with skin and the immune system; develop in vivo models to investigate nanoparticle skin penetration mechanisms, and develop novel biosensors to improve transdermal drug delivery and tissue engineering approaches.

Graduate Students

Anthony EmanuelAnthony Emanuel
PWD Cell Biology of Disease Ph.D. Program

Investigating the immunomodulatory effect of engineered nanoparticles on skin

Zhimo (Bill) LiZhimo (Bill) Li
BME Biomedical Engineering M.S. Program

Dendritic cell nanotoxicology

Brian PalmerBrian Palmer, M.S.

Investigating the epidermal penetration of topically applied nanoparticles and the effect they have on skin resident immune cells in a murine model

Sarah PhelanSarah Phelan, M.S.
TOX Toxicology Ph.D. Program

Studying the effects of ultraviolet radiation and topically applied nanoparticles

Lindsay PirainoLindsay Piraino
BME Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. Program

Develop functional salivary gland tissue chip arrays for high throughput drug discovery

Yuanjing (Jane) ZhangYuanjing (Jane) Zhang
BME Biomedical Engineering M.S. Program

To investigate the mesenchymal stem cell niche in the cancer

Research Assistants

Francesca AgobeFrancesca Agobe
PREP Student

Investigating the role of extracellular vesicles in nanoparticle immunomodulation in skin allergy