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Drug Development and Delivery Members

Contel, Maria

Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

My research program focuses on the synthesis and characterization of transition-metal complexes (early and late transition metals such as gold, silver, copper, platinum, palladium, ruthenium and titanium) and their applications...[read more]

Gallicchio, Emilio

Associate Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

My laboratory is primarily involved in the development and application of molecular computational models of protein-drug binding and macromolecular molecular recognition phenomena...[read more]

Gerona-Navarro, Guillermo

Assistant Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

Research in our laboratory encompasses a broad spectrum of bioorganic and synthetic chemistry in both solution and solid phase, together with a wide array of biochemical and cell assays...[read more]

Greer, Alec

Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

My group is interested in fundamental aspects of organic chemistry and photochemistry. Factors that control or amplify production of reactive oxygen species are of interest...[read more]

Mieszawska, Aneta

Associate Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

My research interests span across nanotechnology and nanomedicine with specific interest in designing and testing the theranostic nanoparticle systems, as well as bioconjugates for concurrent imaging and therapy of disease...[read more]

Murelli, Ryan

Professor, Chemistry, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

Our group is a synthetic organic chemistry lab whose members develop organic reactions and multistep synthetic strategies towards various molecular targets, and then use these strategies in a broad range of projects that represent both fundamental and translational research...[read more]

Tolias, Peter

Dean, School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, Brooklyn College (CUNY)

My research team has focused on understanding the biochemistry of the Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase (MAPK) Signaling pathway and its role in cancer by developing and using drugs that can therapeutically modulate this biochemical pathway...[read more]