Mark Byrne, Ph.D.

Mark Byrne, Ph.D.

Mark Byrne, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Founding Department Head and Professor

Mark Byrne, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Professor and Affiliated Faculty Chemical Engineering

Contact Info
856-256-5353
Engineering Hall 248

Biography

Education:
BS - Chemical Engineering/Biomedical Engineering (Carnegie-Mellon University)
MS - Chemical Engineering (Purdue University)
Ph.D. - Chemical Engineering (Purdue University)

Research Expertise: Biomaterials Engineering, Biomimetic & Biohybrid Materials Engineering, Polymer Engineering, Pharmaceutical Engineering, & Therapeutic Delivery

Recent Publications:

L. Osorno, J.D.R. Medina, D.E. Maldonado, R.J. Mosley, M.E. Byrne. Extended Release of  Doxorubicin-Loaded 3DNA Nanocarriers from In-Situ Forming, Self-assembled Hydrogels, Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 36(6), 447-457, 2020.

L. Osorno, J.D. Medina, D.E. Maldonado, R.J. Mosley, M.E. Byrne. Extended Release of  Doxorubicin Loaded DNA Nanocarriers from In Situ Forming, Optically Clear, Self-assembled PLGA-PEG-PLGA Hydrogels, Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 36(2), 242-252, 2020.

J. Kelly, A.L. Gross, D.R. Martin, M.E. Byrne. Polyethylene glycol-b-poly(lactic acid) Polymersomes as Vehicles for Enzyme Replacement Therapy, Nanomedicine, 12(23), 2591-2606, 2017.

J. Kelly, A. Bradbury, D.R. Martin, M.E. Byrne. Emerging Therapies for Neuropathic Lysosomal Storage Disorders, Progress in Neurobiology, 152, 166-180, 2017.

S. Dipasquale, M.E. Byrne. Controlled Architecture for Improved Macromolecular Memory Within Polymer Networks. Current Opinion in Biotechnology, 40, 170-176, 2016