Paula T. Hammond, Ph.D.

1995- Chemical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Polymer Science, Drug Delivery, Chemistry, Self-Assembly
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Agaram S. Abhiraman research assistant 1988 Georgia Tech
Jan W. Gooch research assistant 1988 Georgia Tech
Michael F. Rubner grad student 1989-1993 MIT
 (The Synthesis, Characterization and Optical Properties of Novel Diacetylene-Containing Aromatic Liquid Crystalline Polymers)
George M. Whitesides post-doc 1993-1995 MIT


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Miguel A. Modestino research assistant 2003-2008 MIT
Mary X. Wang research assistant 2009-2012 MIT
Bryan Hsu grad student
Mitchell Anthamatten grad student 2001 MIT
Heejae Kim grad student 2005 MIT
Jodie Lutkenhaus grad student 2007 MIT
Kris Wood grad student 2007 MIT
Nicole Zacharia grad student 2007 MIT
Andrew Miller grad student 2008 MIT
Anita Shukla grad student 2006-2011
Chibueze V Amanchukwu grad student 2017 MIT
Mehdi Jorfi post-doc (Neurotree)
Yongwoo Lee post-doc MIT
Erik C. Dreaden post-doc 2012- MIT
Nicholas G. Lamson post-doc 2019- MIT (BME Tree)
Fevzi Cebeci post-doc 2010 MIT
Jong Bum Lee post-doc 2010-2011 MIT (BME Tree)
Bilal El-Zahab post-doc 2012 MIT
Jinkee Hong post-doc 2010-2012 MIT (E-Tree)
Younjin Min post-doc 2010-2012 MIT
Myoung-Hwan Park post-doc 2013 MIT
Julio M. D'Arcy post-doc 2014 MIT
Daniel E. Heath post-doc 2014 MIT
Benjamin D Almquist post-doc 2020-2014 MIT
Young Hoon Roh post-doc 2012-2015 MIT (BME Tree)
Raymond Samuel research scientist 2011 MIT


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Richard Royce Schrock collaborator 2006 MIT
Karen Klincewicz Gleason collaborator 2007-2008 MIT
Karen L. Wooley collaborator 2009-2013 Texas A & M
Robert S. Langer collaborator 2005-2014 MIT
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Berger AG, DeLorenzo C, Vo C, et al. (2024) Poly(β-aminoester) Physicochemical Properties Govern the Delivery of siRNA from Electrostatically Assembled Coatings. Biomacromolecules. 25: 2934-2952
Pickering AJ, Lamson NG, Marand MH, et al. (2024) Correction to "Layer-by-Layer Polymer Functionalization Improves Nanoparticle Penetration and Glioblastoma Targeting in the Brain". Acs Nano
Pickering AJ, Lamson NG, Marand MH, et al. (2023) Layer-by-Layer Polymer Functionalization Improves Nanoparticle Penetration and Glioblastoma Targeting in the Brain. Acs Nano
Boehnke N, Straehla JP, Safford HC, et al. (2022) Massively parallel pooled screening reveals genomic determinants of nanoparticle delivery. Science (New York, N.Y.). 377: eabm5551
Chou JJ, Berger AG, Jalili-Firoozinezhad S, et al. (2021) A design approach for layer-by-layer surface-mediated siRNA delivery. Acta Biomaterialia
Silva AS, Shopsowitz KE, Correa S, et al. (2020) Rational design of multistage drug delivery vehicles for pulmonary RNA interference therapy. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 591: 119989
Verploegen E, Zhang T, Murlo N, et al. (2020) Influence of variations in liquid-crystalline content upon the self-assembly behavior of -based block copolymers. Soft Matter. 4: 1279-1287
Kong YW, Dreaden EC, Morandell S, et al. (2020) Enhancing chemotherapy response through augmented synthetic lethality by co-targeting nucleotide excision repair and cell-cycle checkpoints. Nature Communications. 11: 4124
Barberio AE, Smith SG, Correa S, et al. (2020) Cancer Cell Coating Nanoparticles for Optimal Tumor-Specific Cytokine Delivery. Acs Nano
Brown A, He H, Trumper E, et al. (2020) Engineering PEG-based hydrogels to foster efficient endothelial network formation in free-swelling and confined microenvironments. Biomaterials. 243: 119921
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