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Faculty member Dr. Oleh Taratula receives 2 new grants

Faculty member, Dr. Oleh Taratula and his research group received an R21 grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development along with Ov Slayden from the ONPRC titled “A nanoparticle-based approach for surgical imaging and intraoperative treatment of endometriosis” with a 6th percentile score. Faculty member, Dr. Oleh Taratula and his […]

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Taraula et al. Published in ACS Nano for their work on Biocompatible Nanoclusters with High Heating Efficiency for Systemically Delivered Magnetic Hyperthermia

Despite its promising therapeutic potential, nanoparticle-mediated magnetic hyperthermia is currently limited to the treatment of localized and relatively accessible cancer tumors because the required therapeutic temperatures above 40 °C can only be achieved by direct intratumoral injection of conventional iron oxide nanoparticles. To realize the true potential of magnetic hyperthermia for cancer treatment, there is […]

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Taratula et al. received a 5-year $2.3 million R01 grant!

Dr. Oleh Taratula, an associate professor of Nanotherapeutics in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences based on our Portland campus, received a 5-year, $2.3 million R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health. Dr. Taratula’s project, “Novel Nanomedicine-Based Therapeutic Approach For Treatment of Cancer Cachexia,” is to develop a treatment for the weight loss […]