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Peek behind the paper: designing intrinsically therapeutic nanoparticle ‘Trojan horses’

Written by The Nanomed Zone, Chor Yong (Dalton) Tay (Nanyang Technological University)

In this behind-the-paper interview, Chor Yong (Dalton) Tay (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) discusses research he was involved in designing nanotherapeutics with intrinsic anticancer properties. Read the full research paper here >>> Please can you introduce yourself and give a short summary of your research career to date? I currently hold a joint Assistant Professorship at the School of Materials Science and Engineering and the School of Biological Science at Nanyang Technological University. My research integrates materials science, engineering and biological principles to help advance understanding and design of functional biomaterials for therapeutics and regenerative medicine. A key focus of my...

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