Inventors in Sector: Health and Wellness

Abdollah Farsoni

https://ne.oregonstate.edu/abi-t-farsoni

Abi Farsoni's research is interdisciplinary, crossing the boundaries between nuclear technology, advanced detection systems, and radiological environmental monitoring. Farsoni's primary research interests are in the ......

Adam Alani

https://pharmacy.oregonstate.edu/users/wathah-alani

The research in my lab revolves around the designing biocompatible, biodegradable therapeutic polymers for specific disease states. I believe that nanotherapeutics, utilizing smart drug delivery systems offers us new and innovative ways to treat disease states w......

Adrian Gombart

Our research is focused on understanding the regulation of antimicrobial peptide expression by the vitamin D pathway. When immune cells called macrophages encounter a pathogen and become activated, the vitamin D pathway is turned on, leading to the induction of the cathelicidin antimicrobial peptide if serum levels of vitamin D are sufficient. We have shown that this mechanism is conserved in humans and primates but not in other mammals. Therefore, we developed a transgenic mouse that carries......

Aleksandra Sikora

Aleksandra Sikora, PhD. Associate Professor of Pharmacoproteomics in the College of Pharmacy at Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon, USA) is a microbiologist with experience in bacterial pathogenesis, proteomics, and high-throughput screening for identification of new antimicrobials. She currently focuses on proteomics-driven antigen mining to develop gonorrhea vaccine(s) as well as identification of new antibiotics targeting drug-resistant bacterial infections.

Dr. Sikora rece......

Angelo Gomez

Angelo Gomez joined Oregon State University in 1996. As Interim Executive Director, Angelo is responsible for managing all aspects of the University’s Equity and Inclusion Plan and ensuring the effectiveness of equity and inclusion programs. Angelo is also responsible for coordinating the University’s obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Additionally he is involved in investigating and......

Arup Indra

Cell signaling, skin development, stem cell biology, inflammatory skin disease, melanoma, tumor microenvironment, Mouse genetics, and transcriptional regulation.

Our laboratory is investigating into the mechanisms of skin development in space and time from stem cells using mouse genetic......

Canan Schumann
 
Carla Schubiger
 
Chrissa Kioussi

Chrissa Kioussi investigates the molecular strategies responsible for organ development and regeneration. Her work has uncovered roles of genes that regulate cell fate, organ architecture and body homeostasis. She uses mouse models to understand the molecular mechanisms and signals that embryos normally use to make muscle. These strategies link regulated gene response to other cellular response systems during ......

David Hamby

Dr. Hamby received his B.S. in Physics(w/honors) from Mercer University in 1984. He received his M.S. in Health Physics from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1986. He received his Ph.D. in Health Physics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1989.

Dr. Hamby has been at OSU since 1999 and is currently ......

David Chan
 
David Wong
 
Douglas Goeger
 
Dwi Andreas Santosa
 
Edward Cazalas
 
Elahe Esfandiari
 
Gitali Indra
 
Hui Xu
 
Jaewoo Choi
 
James White

My research program blends studies of synthetic methods with the total synthesis of natural products and other complex molecules. The goal of our work is to develop new strategies in synthesis and then apply them to the elaboration of targets where particular structural features present a significant challenge.

Jesse Terry
 
Jongtae Yang
 
Joseph Abecassis
 
Joseph Beckman
 
Josiah Moses
 
Kerry Mcphail
 
Konstantin Korotkov
 
Linquan Bai
 
Luiz Bermudez

The laboratory of Dr. Bermudez is interested in the mechanisms of the pathogenesis of intracellular bacteria, with focus on mycobacteria.  Mycobacteria are a common cause of infections in humans and animals.  Mycobacterium tuberculosis infects a third of the world population and is responsible for 3 million deaths annually.  Mycobacterium avium, an environmental bacterium, commonly causes disseminated disease in patients with Acquired Immu......

Mark Leid

Our broad goal is to develop effective, molecularly targeted therapies for improving survival rates and longterm quality of life in children with EwS. Toward that goal, we conducted a high throughput screen of a complex chemical library to identify new drugs to treat this disease. This effort resulted in identification ML111, which potently inhibits EwS cell viability in vitro, as well as that of subsets of hematopoietic and non-small cell lung cancers.

Milan Milovancev
 
Niran Roongsawang
 
Norifumi Shirasaka
 
Oleh Taratula

https://pharmacy.oregonstate.edu/users/oleh-taratula

Dr. Oleh Taratula received his M.S. degree from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in Ukraine. He received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University. He currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Oregon State College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Taratula's research int......

Olena Taratula

https://pharmacy.oregonstate.edu/users/olena-taratula

Dr. Olena Taratula received her M.S. degree from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv in Ukraine. She received her Ph.D. from Rutgers University. She currently serves as an Associate Professor in the Oregon State College of Pharmacy at the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Dr. Taratula's c......

Pamela Beilby
 
Patricia Flatt
 
Phillip Proteau
 
Rajan Juniku
 
Ravi Balasubramanian

Dr. Balasubramanian received his B.Eng. and M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from the national University of Singapore in 2000. He then received a Ph.D. degree in Robotics from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon in 2006. He previously served as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Washington Neurobotics lab and an associate research scientist at Yale University. Since 2011, He has served as an assistant professor in the Sc......

Rebecca Medina
 
Robert Blizzard
 
Ryan Mehl

Dr. Mehl obtained his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Cornell University and postdoctoral position with Professor Schultz at Scripps Research Institute. He earned tenure and Associate Professor while developing a biochemistry program at Franklin & Marshall College from 2002-2011. In 2011 Dr. Mehl became Associate Professor at Oregon State University and Director of the worlds first Unnatural Protein Facil......

Sarah Nemanic
 
Shan Li
 
Susan Moobery
 
T. Mark Zabriskie

Dr. Zabriskie is the dean of the College of Pharmacy at Oregon State University. Research in his laboratory focuses on the biosynthesis of nonribosomal peptide and peptidyl nucleoside antibiotics. All of the compounds being studied are effective in treating various drug resistant bacterial infections and most are produced by Streptomyces spp. soil bacteria. Representative target compounds include the antitubercular......

Taifo Mahmud

Dr. Taifo Mahmud is a Professor in the College of Pharmacy at Oregon State University. Dr. Mahmud’s research interests are broadly in bioorganic and natural products chemistry; biosynthesis of microbial secondary metabolites; and the interface of molecular genetics, enzymology,......

Takuya Ito
 
Todd Capson
 
Tory Hagen
 
William Gerwick
 
Zixin Deng
 
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