Ghosh, Debadyuti (Rana), Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics
PHR 5.218B

Research Interests

Work in Dr. Ghosh's lab focuses on biologically-inspired, rational design of biomolecules (i.e. antibodies and peptides) and nanoscale materials for cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. One area of emphasis is the development of novel fluorescence nanoparticles to improve early detection, guided surgical interventions, and monitoring of therapy regimens. Another long-term goal of the lab is to engineer particle systems able to overcome the complex transport barriers presented by solid tumors for improved delivery and uptake of imaging agents and therapeutics.

Last Reviewed: February 12, 2014

Division Information

Mailing Address:
Pharmaceutics Division
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
at Austin
2409 University Ave.
Stop A1900
Austin, TX, USA

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