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SAFN LAB

Our research group focuses on the fundamental understanding of formation mechanisms of various self- or directed- assemblies with nanostructures which enable unique and desired applications in biomedical, sensing, and energy materials, leading to large-quantity, low-cost manufacturing for functional nanomaterials.

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    Liposomes, Lipid Bilayers and Model Membranes

UConn Technology Incubator Program

UConn Technology Incubator Program

Brookhaven National Lab

Brookhaven National Lab

Recent Updates

  • 2021
    The paper on ” Dual-Modality Poly-l-histidine Nanoparticles to Deliver Peptide Nucleic Acids and Paclitaxel for In Vivo Cancer Therapy” in collaboration with Prof. Bahal published in ACS Applied Materials&Interface (09/2021) Justin, Anna, Steven, and Joanna join our group, welcome! (08/30/2021) The paper on “Structural Engineering in the self-assembly of amphiphilic block copolymers with reactive additives” […]
    Posted on May 9, 2021
  • 2020
      Ming and Chung-Hao’s paper on “Effect of fluidity and charge density on the morphology of a bicellar mixture” published in BBA. (09/01/2020) Catherine’s paper on “Refining internal bilayer structure of bicelles resolved by extended-q small angle X-ray scattering” published in Chemistry and Physics of Lipids. (09/01/2020) The paper on “Bicelles rich in both sphingolipids […]
    Posted on May 9, 2021

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National Cancer Institute

National Cancer Institute

Our most recent publications

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Our current collaborators

Here is the list of our current collaborators. For further info check the "collaborators" page.

National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation

Moderna Mess. Therapeutics

Moderna Mess. Therapeutics

Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation

Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation