Mark Grinstaff, Ph.D.

Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemistry Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Polymers, Biomedical Engineering, Diagnostics, Biomaterials, Radiology, Biomechanics Biophysics
"Mark W. Grinstaff"

Mark W. Grinstaff is the Distinguished Professor of Translational Research, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science and Engineering, and Medicine as well as the Director of the NIH T32 Program in Biomaterials and the Director of the Nanotechnology Innovation Center at Boston University.

Mark received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the mentorship of Professor Kenneth S. Suslick and was an NIH postdoctoral fellow at the California Institute of Technology with Professor Harry B. Gray. Mark's awards include the ACS Nobel Laureate Signature Award, NSF Career Award, Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences, Clemson Award for Applied Research, Camille Dreyfus Teacher- Scholar, Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, the Edward M. Kennedy Award for Health Care Innovation, and a Founding Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.


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Kenneth Sanders Suslick grad student UIUC (Chemistry Tree)
Harry Barkus Gray post-doc Caltech (Chemistry Tree)


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Amy E. Beilstein grad student 2001 Duke
Geoffrey S. Hird grad student 2001 Duke
Xi Hu grad student 1997-2001 Duke
Kimberly A. Smeds grad student 2002 Duke
Mark T. Tierney grad student 2002 Duke
Michael A. Carnahan grad student 2003 Duke
Meredith T. Morgan grad student 2004 Duke
Shaun F. Filocamo grad student 2006 Boston University
Nathanael R. Luman grad student 2006 Boston University
Lovorka Degoricija grad student 2007 Boston University
Xin Huang grad student 2001-2007 Duke
Steven R. Meyers grad student 2008 Boston University
Abigail M. Oelker grad student 2009 Boston University
Jesse B. Wolinsky grad student 2009 Boston University
Aaron P. Griset grad student 2010 Boston University
Xiaojuan Khoo grad student 2010 Boston University
Prashant N. Bansal grad student 2011 Boston University
Xiaoxiang Zhang grad student 2011 Boston University
Kimberly A. Zubris grad student 2011 Boston University
Caroline M. LaManna grad student 2013 Boston University
Stefan T. Yohe grad student 2013 Boston University
Xinrong Lin grad student 2014 Boston University
Sarah E. Stidham grad student 2014 Boston University
Rachel Stewart grad student 2008-2014 Boston University
Aaron Colby grad student 2009-2014 Boston University
Benjamin Lakin grad student 2009-2014 Boston University
Jonah Kaplan grad student 2009-2015 Boston University
Eric Falde grad student 2010-2015 Boston University
Joseph Hersey grad student 2010-2015 Boston University
Jonathan Freedman grad student 2010-2016 Boston University
Marlena D. Konieczynska grad student 2010-2016 Boston University
Kristie (Charoen) Tevis grad student 2010-2016 Boston University
Heng Zhang grad student 2011-2016 Boston University (Chemistry Tree)
Brad Nelson grad student 2011-2017 Boston University
Stacy Chin grad student 2012-2017 Boston University
Julia Wang grad student 2012-2017 Boston University
Iriny Ekladious grad student 2012-2018 Boston University
Ruiqing Xiao grad student 2012-2018 Boston University
Nitinun Bell Varongchayakul grad student 2013-2018 Boston University
Karl Base post-doc 1996-1998 Duke
Anne Pfister-Serres post-doc 1998-1999 Duke
Shoeb Khan post-doc 1997-2000 Duke
S. Ahmad Nadeem post-doc 2001-2003 Duke
Serge Söntjens post-doc 2002-2003 Duke (Chemistry Tree)
Chad Immoos post-doc 2002-2004 Duke (Chemistry Tree)
Carla Prata post-doc 2002-2006 Boston University
Michel Walther post-doc 2002-2007 Boston University
Neel S. Joshi post-doc 2006-2008 Boston University (Chemistry Tree)
Guilhem Godeau post-doc 2009-2010 Boston University
Meredtih Mintzer post-doc 2009-2011 Boston University
Hrvoje Lusic post-doc 2009-2012 Boston University (Microtree)
Eric Dane post-doc 2010-2014 Boston University
Cynthia Ghobril post-doc 2011-2014 Boston University
Amit N. Patwa post-doc 2010-2017 Boston University (Chemistry Tree)
Maryam Salari post-doc 2015-2017 Boston University
Catalina Bordeianu post-doc 2016-2018 Boston University
Philippe Barthélémy research scientist 2000-2001 Duke
Michel Camplo research scientist 2006-2009 Boston University
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Nelson BB, Mäkelä JTA, Lawson TB, et al. (2024) Longitudinal in vivo cationic contrast-enhanced computed tomography classifies equine articular cartilage injury and repair. Journal of Orthopaedic Research : Official Publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society
Cooper BG, DeMoya CD, Sikes KJ, et al. (2023) A polymer network architecture provides superior cushioning and lubrication of soft tissue compared to a linear architecture. Biomaterials Science. 11: 7339-7345
Mahvi DA, Korunes-Miller J, Bordeianu C, et al. (2023) High dose, dual-release polymeric films for extended surgical bed paclitaxel delivery. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society. 363: 682-691
Fitzgerald DM, Zhang H, Bordeianu C, et al. (2023) Synthesis of Polyethylene Glycol-Poly(glycerol carbonate) Block Copolymeric Micelles as Surfactant-Free Drug Delivery Systems. Acs Macro Letters. 974-979
Zeng J, Acin-Perez R, Assali EA, et al. (2023) Restoration of lysosomal acidification rescues autophagy and metabolic dysfunction in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Nature Communications. 14: 2573
Colby AH, Kirsch J, Patwa AN, et al. (2023) Radiolabeled Biodistribution of Expansile Nanoparticles: Intraperitoneal Administration Results in Tumor Specific Accumulation. Acs Nano
Altinbasak I, Kocak S, Colby AH, et al. (2022) pH-Responsive nanofiber buttresses as local drug delivery devices. Biomaterials Science
Blessing WA, Digesu CS, Liu R, et al. (2022) Sustained Supratherapeutic Paclitaxel Delivery Enhances Irreversible Sarcoma Cell Death. Molecular Cancer Therapeutics
Xiao R, Zeng J, Bressler EM, et al. (2022) Synthesis of bioactive (1→6)-β-glucose branched poly-amido-saccharides that stimulate and induce M1 polarization in macrophages. Nature Communications. 13: 4661
Al Subeh ZY, Poschel DB, Redd PS, et al. (2022) Lipid Nanoparticle Delivery of Fas Plasmid Restores Fas Expression to Suppress Melanoma Growth . Acs Nano
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