Our research focuses on biomaterials, materials immunogenicity, immunosuppressive materials, protein/gene delivery, and genetically engineered proteins.
My lab is interested in cytokines as therapeutics. Our goal is to control the immune system without using cells. We design polymers to extend the interleukin’s half-life in vivo.
The research in the Lammerding laboratory is focused on developing novel experimental techniques to investigate the interplay between cellular mechanics and function, with a particular emphasis on the cell nucleus and its response to ...
New biodegradable biomaterials for a variety of biomedical applications like wound healing, drug delivery etc. Design and develop new tunable immune-responsive biomaterials to control macrophage phenotype for achieving desirable clinical outcomes.