Our paper on large animal models of trauma is published!

This is probably the most important paper of my career. It deals with not only designing a new particle that can stop internal bleeding but doing it without triggering an off-target complication where nanoparticles cause vessels to open up and bleeding to get worse. This work is the result of a fantastic team of people over several years, but the first author, Chimdiya Onwukwe, an undergrad here at UMBC, deserves all the praise under the sun for her relentless work to hunt down the data, analyze it, and bring it to fruition. I am so lucky to work with people like this.

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/full/10.1021/acs.bioconjchem.8b00335

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Chimdiya Onwukwe, Research Assistant, Meyerhoff Scholar, MARC scholar, Biological Sciences S.B. expected 2018
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