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  • Ying Xie joined the lab as a new PhD student (Aug 2014)
  • The Oupicky lab received a new NIH R01 grant on combination drug/siRNA delivery (Aug 2014)
  • Our paper on self-immolative polycations published in Molecular Pharmaceutics (Aug 2014)
  • Lee Sleightholm joined the lab as a new MD/PhD student (Jul 2014)
  • Bob's review paper on mesoporous silica published in AAPS PharmSciTech (Jun 2014)
  • Ibrahim Ibrahim joined the lab as a new PhD student (Jun 2014)
  • Yan's paper on PEGylated polymeric Plerixafor published in Pharmaceutical Research (May 2014)
  • Our collaborative study with Prof. Asaftei group at the University of Osnabruck published in Bioconjugate Chemistry (May 2014)
  • Dr. Elena Ferrari joined the lab as a postdoc from University of Milan, Italy (Apr 2014)
  • Our feature article on the current status of bioreducible polycations published in Macromolecular Bioscience and featured on (Mar 2014)
  • Jing's paper on antimetastatic activity of polymeric Plerixafor published in Biomaterials (Mar 2014)
  • The Oupicky lab received a new grant from the Nebraska Research Initiative on development of polymeric hernia meshes (March 2014)
  • Prof. Minjie Sun joined the lab as a visiting scholar from China Pharmaceutical University (Dec 2013)
  • Dr. Yogesh Patil joined the lab as a postdoc from U Montpellier, France (Oct 2013)
  • Chao's paper on polycation toxicity published in Biomaterials (Jul 2013)
  • Dr. Manju Saraswathy joined the lab as a postdoc from U Wisconsin (Jul 2013)
  • Shrey Kanvinde joined the lab as a PhD student (Jun 2013)
  • Jing's review article on drug-nucleic acid combinations published in J. Controlled Rel. (Apr 2013)
  • We have moved to UNMC (March 1, 2013)
  • Amit successfully defended his PhD dissertation. Congratulations! (Feb 2013)

Prof. David Oupicky

The Oupicky lab focuses on exploring stimulus-responsive polymers and nanoparticles for delivery of drugs and genes. We are especially interested in redox-responsive delivery systems and in delivery vectors suitable for delivery of drug/gene and drug/siRNA combinations.

David Oupicky, Ph.D.
Parke-Davis Professor and Co-Director
Center for Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Tel.: 402-559-9363

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