Morteza Rasoulianboroujeni, MS
PhD Candidate, Pharmaceutical Sciences, UW–Madison School of Pharmacy
MS in biomedical engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2012
Morteza’s research interests are mainly drug delivery systems and polymeric biomaterials. Morteza earned his BS and MS degrees from Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, both with concentrations on biomaterials. He has focused on liposomes for the treatment of infectious diseases and polymeric nanoparticles for anti-cancer drug delivery in his BS and MS, respectively.
Before joining the Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD program at the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy, Morteza worked for Marquette University School of Dentistry as the Core Research Facility Manager and Research Scientist. The facility offers a wide variety of techniques for fabrication and characterization of biomaterials including 3D and bioprinting and thermal, mechanical, rheological, morphological, and biological characterization. He joined Dr. Kwon’s group in 2018 and has been working on the fabrication of polymeric nano-assemblies for cancer treatment since then. His ultimate goal is to be part of a breakthrough in translational research.
Languages spoken: English, Farsi
- Acyl and Oligo (Lactic Acid) Prodrugs for PEG-b-PLA and PEG-b-PCL Nano-Assemblies for Injection
L Repp, M Rasoulianboroujeni, HJ Lee, GS Kwon
Journal of Controlled Release 330 (2021), 1004-1015
- Dual Porosity Protein-Based Scaffolds with Enhanced Cell Infiltration and Proliferation
M Rasoulianboroujeni, N Kiaie, FS Tabatabaei, et al.
Scientific Reports 8 (2018), 1-10
- 3D-Printed Membrane as an Alternative to Amniotic Membrane for Ocular Surface/Conjunctival Defect Reconstruction: An In Vitro & In Vivo Study
S Dehghani, M Rasoulianboroujeni, H Ghasemi, et al.
Biomaterials 174 (2018), 95-112
- From Solvent-Free Microspheres to Bioactive Gradient Scaffolds
M Rasoulianboroujeni, M Yazdimamaghani, P Khoshkenar, et al.
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 13 (2017), 1157-1169
- Development of Liposomes Loaded with Anti-Leishmanial Drugs for the Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
A Momeni, M Rasooulianboroujeni, A Momeni, et al.
Journal of Liposome Research 23 (2013), 134-144