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Publications

  1. & The role of iron redox state in the genotoxicity of ultrafine superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles.. Biomaterials 33(1), 163-170.
  2. & Analysis of the Influence of Cell Heterogeneity on Nanoparticle Dose Response. ACS Nano 8(7), 6693-6700.
  3. & STEM mode in the SEM: A practical tool for nanotoxicology. Nanotoxicology 5(2), 215-227.

Teaching

  • PM-M16 Nano(geno)toxicology

    Nano(geno)toxicology is a new discipline that has recently evolved with the development of the nanotechnology industry. This subject encompasses general toxicology associated with nanomaterials and also specifically focuses on the sub-discipline of genotoxicology. This course will therefore focus on, (I) the parameters of engineered nanomaterials that govern their interaction and influence on biological systems; (II) techniques that are central elements in assessing the safety evaluation of nanomaterials; (III) portals of entry into the body, their potential fate and the mechanisms that underlie cellular damage by nanomaterials.