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Daniel McNerny 

Ph.D. candidate
Department of Chemical Engineering (2005-present)

Project: Design of Poly(amidoamine) Dendron Synthetic Avidity Agents Utilizing Initiation Site Coupling
Advisor: James R. Baker


About Dan: Dan graduated from Carnegie Mellon in 2005 and joined MNIMBS upon his arrival in Michigan that fall.  His thesis project involves designing a dendron targeted delivery platform that reduces the product heterogenity found in traditional dendritic platforms.

Recent publications:
McNerny, D. Q.; Kukowska-Latallo, J. F; Mullen, D. G.; Wallace, J. M.; Desai, A. M.; Shukla, R.; Huang, B.; Banaszak Holl, M. M.; Baker, J. R. RGD Dendron Bodies; Synthetic Avidity Agents with Defined and Potentially Interchangeable Effector Sites That Can Substitute for Antibodies. Bioconjugate Chemistry 2009, 20 (10), 1853-1859.
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Dan McNerny

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University

M.S. Chemical Engineering
University of Michigan

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