Sugar-based Amphiphilic Polymers for Biomedical Applications: from Nanocarrier to Therapeutic

The research of Professor Kathryn Uhrich has designed and examined a library of sugar-based amphiphilic polymers (SBAPs) which demonstrate promise in diverse biomedical applications, ranging from nanoscale drug delivery vehicles to cardiovascular therapeutics.

Publication: 

Gu L, Faig A, Abdelhamid D, and Uhrich KE. “Sugar-based Amphiphilic Polymers for Biomedical Applications: from Nanocarrier to Therapeutic” Acc Chem Res, (10), 2867–2877 (2014)  [invited]. 10.1021/ar4003009

Group Members: 

Allison M. Faig
PhD Candidate, Dr. Kathryn Uhrich Research Group

Year of Research Highlight: 
2014