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  • CPPR May 2019 Meeting at UConn!
    Shipra Malik and Karishma Dhuri attended the CPPR May 2019 meeting held at UConn. Shipra Malik presented the poster update on CPPR funded project “Effect of freeze-drying using cryoprotectants on the stability of nucleic acid loaded PLGA nanoparticles”.
    Posted on May 24, 2019

Bahal Lab

Dr. Bahal’s research lab integrates chemical biology of nucleic acid analogues and new polymeric delivery strategies to target genetic diseases and various kinds of cancer. His group’s major research interests include (1) selective targeting of microRNA and mRNA using antisense based scaffolds delivered via nanotechnology, (2) exploring the design and engineering of genome targeted nucleic acid analogues towards next-generation human therapeutics, and (3) selective targeting of tumor cells in tumor microenvironment using novel peptide and peptidomimetics based modules.

Contact Information

Raman Bahal, Principle Investigator

E-mail: raman.bahal@uconn.edu
Office phone: (860) 486-3253

Office Location: PBB 433

University of Connecticut
69 N Eagleville Rd
Unit 3092
Storrs, CT 06269
Pharmacy & Biology Building