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Dan Kiss Lab
Keith Youker Lab
Bruna Corradetti Lab
the immune response, and biomimetic extracellular matrices for the healing of chronic
wounds and cell transplantation. In addition, the lab develops exosome-based vaccines to induce anti-cancer immune responses. Explore Bruna Corradetti’s research.
Yi-Lan Weng Lab
Francesca Taraballi Lab
Biana Godin Lab
The Godin Lab develops physiologically relevant in vitro and in vivo disease models, exploiting physical and biological mechanisms to improve therapeutics and diagnostics. The Godin lab develops advanced nanocarriers for oncotherapies, leveraging physical sciences in oncology and novel strategies to target tumor microenvironment. In addition, they develop nanovectors for improved treatment of infectious diseases and cardiovascular disorders. Learn about the research the Godin lab is conducting.
Shu-Hsia Chen Lab
Roderic Pettigrew Lab
Through Houston Methodist's collaboration with Texas A&M, Engineering Medicine program, Dr. Pettigrew’s lab at Houston Methodist Research Institute focuses on the study of the mechanisms of aging in the cardiovascular system. Our approach is based on studying the cellular changes that underlie aging through structural analysis of cardiovascular cell structure. By combining engineering approaches and biology, we seek to build models that help us understand the physical changes that underlie aging to develop new therapies. Using this experimental approach, the lab can then focus on develop novel nanoparticle systems that selectively target cardiovascular cells, to correct these age-related physical changes. The lab is also focused on engineering biomimetic lipid nanoparticles to deliver RNA to create the next generation of therapies for other cardiovascular diseases.