Yevgeny Brudno, Ph.D.

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2016- Biomedical Engineering University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University 
Area:
The Chemistry of Molecular Evolution
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Jeffrey D. Winkler research assistant 2002-2004 Penn
David R. Liu grad student 2004-2010 Harvard
 (An in vitro translation, selection, and amplification system for peptide nucleic acids.)
David J. Mooney post-doc Harvard
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McNamara SL, Brudno Y, Miller AB, et al. (2020) Regenerating Antithrombotic Surfaces through Nucleic Acid Displacement. Acs Biomaterials Science & Engineering. 6: 2159-2166
Wang H, Sobral MC, Snyder T, et al. (2019) Clickable, acid labile immunosuppressive prodrugs for in vivo targeting. Biomaterials Science
Brudno Y, Pezone MJ, Snyder TK, et al. (2018) Replenishable drug depot to combat post-resection cancer recurrence. Biomaterials
Brudno Y, Mooney DJ. (2015) On-demand drug delivery from local depots. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society
Brudno Y, Desai RM, Kwee BJ, et al. (2015) In vivo targeting through click chemistry. Chemmedchem. 10: 617-20
Maione AG, Brudno Y, Stojadinovic O, et al. (2015) Three-dimensional human tissue models that incorporate diabetic foot ulcer-derived fibroblasts mimic in vivo features of chronic wounds. Tissue Engineering. Part C, Methods. 21: 499-508
Brudno Y, Silva EA, Kearney CJ, et al. (2014) Refilling drug delivery depots through the blood. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 12722-7
Roche ET, Hastings CL, Lewin SA, et al. (2014) Comparison of biomaterial delivery vehicles for improving acute retention of stem cells in the infarcted heart. Biomaterials. 35: 6850-8
Shvartsman D, Storrie-White H, Lee K, et al. (2014) Sustained delivery of VEGF maintains innervation and promotes reperfusion in ischemic skeletal muscles via NGF/GDNF signaling. Molecular Therapy : the Journal of the American Society of Gene Therapy. 22: 1243-53
Brudno Y, Aizenberg M, Mooney D. (2014) Pro-angiogenic factors enhance pericyte function during angiogenesis Proceedings of the Ieee Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, Nebec. 2014
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