Dziubla:Research

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The focus of Dr. Dziubla’s research is in the tailored design of polymeric biomaterial systems to fulfill specific medical needs. Current projects being studied is the development of antioxidant polymer nanocarriers for the treatment of vascular oxidative stress and affinity based polymeric barriers for the prevention of post surgical adhesions.
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Our laboratory is focused on the application specific design of active biomaterials. While active materials can take a variety of forms, our work has focused on affinity based interactions and oxidative stress management as our primary approaches for eliciting this control.
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Research

Research Overview Projects

Publications
Links

Resources

Protocols
Equipment

  • DLS
  • Glovebox
  • Fluorimeter
  • Freeze Dryer
  • Uv-Vis
  • GPC/HPLC

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Contact

Thomas Dziubla
Assistant Professor
Mat and Chem Engineering
University of Kentucky
177 F Paul Anderson Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0046
dziubla-at-engr.uky.edu

Our laboratory is focused on the application specific design of active biomaterials. While active materials can take a variety of forms, our work has focused on affinity based interactions and oxidative stress management as our primary approaches for eliciting this control.

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