Simon H. Friedman, Ph.D.

Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Missouri Kansas City 
Bioorganic Chemistry/Chemical Biology
"Friedman laboratory"

Prof. Simon H. Friedman was born and raised in Chicago, where he attended public schools. He then entered MIT, and received an SB in Chemistry in 1989. During this time he did 3 years of undergraduate research in the lab of Prof. George Benedek, under the guidance of Dr. John Thomson. His work focussed on the development of anti-cataract compounds, and resulted in him being named as co-inventor on multiple US and international patents for these discoveries.
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Sarode BR, Kover K, Friedman SH. (2019) Visible-Light-Activated High-Density Materials for Controlled in Vivo Insulin Release. Molecular Pharmaceutics
Nadendla K, Sarode B, Friedman SH. (2019) Chemical modification of proteins with photocleavable groups. Methods in Enzymology. 624: 113-128
Nadendla K, Sarode BR, Friedman SH. (2019) Hydrophobic Tags for Highly Efficient Light Activated Protein Release. Molecular Pharmaceutics
Jain PK, Friedman SH. (2018) The ULTIMATE Reagent: A Universal Photo-Cleavable & Clickable Reagent for the Regiospecific and Reversible End Labeling of Any Nucleic Acid. Chembiochem : a European Journal of Chemical Biology
Nadendla K, Friedman SH. (2017) Light Control of Protein Solubility Through Isoelectric Point Modulation. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 139: 17861-17869
Sarode BR, Kover K, Tong PY, et al. (2016) Light Control of Insulin Release and Blood Glucose Using an Injectable Photoactivated Depot. Molecular Pharmaceutics
Sarode BR, Jain PK, Friedman SH. (2016) Macromol. Biosci. 8/2016. Macromolecular Bioscience. 16: 1250
Sarode BR, Jain PK, Friedman SH. (2016) Polymerizing Insulin with Photocleavable Linkers to Make Light-Sensitive Macropolymer Depot Materials. Macromolecular Bioscience
Ghaffarizadeh A, Friedman SH, Macklin P. (2015) BioFVM: an efficient, parallelized diffusive transport solver for 3-D biological simulations. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
Hall RC, Friedman SH, Jain A. (2015) Pregnant Women and the Use of Corrections Restraints and Substance Use Commitment. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 43: 359-68
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