Anne Van De Ven-Moloney

Research Assistant Professor
Location: 111 DA (Dana Research Center), Boston, MA 02111

Area(s) of Expertise

  • animal models of cancer, drug delivery, magnetic resonance imaging, multi-scale modeling, nanoparticle synthesis, ntravital microscopy

Publications

About

Nanomedicine is ushering in an era of individualized therapy.  To realize this vision, we not only need advances in nanomaterials, but also new tools to study and optimize interactions at the bio-nano interface. My research combines high throughput nanoparticle synthesis with quantitative imaging & multi-scale modeling to optimize nanotherapeutics for…

Nanomedicine is ushering in an era of individualized therapy.  To realize this vision, we not only need advances in nanomaterials, but also new tools to study and optimize interactions at the bio-nano interface. My research combines high throughput nanoparticle synthesis with quantitative imaging & multi-scale modeling to optimize nanotherapeutics for cancer and antibiotic-resistant infections.  My areas of expertise include: intravital microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging, multi-scale modeling, nanoparticle synthesis, drug delivery, and animal models of cancer.