The Brudno lab focuses on exploiting cutting edge chemical, biomaterial and nanomedicine technologies to understand physiological responses during disease and regeneration and fulfill critical unmet needs in the clinic. Our group studies controlled drug delivery, bio-inspired materials and nanomedicine, with a focus on … Continued
Dr. Benhabbour’s laboratory is in the UNC-Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the Division of Molecular Pharmaceutics and is part of the Center in Nanotechnology and Drug Delivery (CNDD). Our lab collaborates with experts in the fields of oncology and HIV … Continued
The Zaharoff Lab focuses on the development of innovative, translatable vaccine and immunotherapy delivery platforms that will have high clinical impact in an immediate timeframe. Our multidisciplinary research program utilizes the engineering design process to develop novel biomaterials-based strategies for … Continued
The Gomez Lab is primarily a bioinformatics and computational modeling group. Its research focuses on the study of biological processes from an integrated, or systems viewpoint – commonly referred to as Systems Biology. The group is particularly interested in better … Continued
Pharmacoengineers apply the latest experimental approaches from life sciences, chemistry, and physics in conjunction with theoretical and quantitative methods from engineering, mathematics, and computer science to solve problems in medicine and drug therapies. Our program — a joint effort between the Eshelman School of Pharmacy and BME — prepares students to work at the interface of engineering and pharmaceutical sciences to develop safer and more effective medicine and medical technologies.