Quynh P. Pham, Ph.D.

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Rice University, Houston, TX 
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biomaterials for use as scaffolds for tissue engineering, as carriers for controlled drug delivery, and as non-viral vectors for gene therapy
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Antonios Georgios Mikos grad student 2008 Rice University
 (Modulation of the osteoblastic differentiation of marrow stromal cells for bone tissue engineering.)
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Sharma U, Concagh D, Core L, et al. (2017) The development of bioresorbable composite polymeric implants with high mechanical strength. Nature Materials
Yan X, Marini J, Mulligan R, et al. (2015) Slit-surface electrospinning: a novel process developed for high-throughput fabrication of core-sheath fibers. Plos One. 10: e0125407
Pham Q, Jessel M, Mulligan R, et al. (2014) High-strength hydrogels manufactured via slit-surface, core-sheath electrospinning Fiber Society Spring 2014 Technical Conference: Fibers For Progress
Duggan M, Rago A, Sharma U, et al. (2013) Self-expanding polyurethane polymer improves survival in a model of noncompressible massive abdominal hemorrhage. The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 74: 1462-7
Yan X, Pham Q, Marini J, et al. (2013) Process control of high-throughput core-sheath electrospinning from a slit surface Fiber Society Spring 2013 Technical Conference
Mistry AS, Pham QP, Schouten C, et al. (2010) In vivo bone biocompatibility and degradation of porous fumarate-based polymer/alumoxane nanocomposites for bone tissue engineering. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A. 92: 451-62
Martins AM, Pham QP, Malafaya PB, et al. (2009) Natural stimulus responsive scaffolds/cells for bone tissue engineering: influence of lysozyme upon scaffold degradation and osteogenic differentiation of cultured marrow stromal cells induced by CaP coatings. Tissue Engineering. Part A. 15: 1953-63
Martins AM, Pham QP, Malafaya PB, et al. (2009) The role of lipase and alpha-amylase in the degradation of starch/poly(epsilon-caprolactone) fiber meshes and the osteogenic differentiation of cultured marrow stromal cells. Tissue Engineering. Part A. 15: 295-305
Pham QP, Kasper FK, Mistry AS, et al. (2009) Analysis of the osteoinductive capacity and angiogenicity of an in vitro generated extracellular matrix. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part A. 88: 295-303
Sitharaman B, Zakharian TY, Saraf A, et al. (2008) Water-soluble fullerene (C60) derivatives as nonviral gene-delivery vectors. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 5: 567-78
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