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Douglas Mullen

Ph.D. candidate
Macromolecular Science and Engineering (2005-present)

Project: Design of Multi-Functional Drug Delivery Platforms
Advisor: Mark Banaszak Holl


About Doug: 
Doug received a Bachelor's of Science in Engineering from Duke University in 2005. In 2007 Doug received a Master's of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan's Program in Macromolecular Science and Engineering and in 2009 he completed the MBA Essentials and Entrepreneurship Program at Michigan's Ross School of Business. He is presently a Doctoral Candidate in the Macromolecular Science and Engineering Program and his thesis work involves the development of targeted chemotherapeutic agents. He has received several awards including the Raymond C. Gaugler Award in Materials Science and Engineering at Duke, the Rackham Regents Fellowship at the University of Michigan, an award for Excellence in Graduate Polymer Research from the American Chemical Society, and the National Starch and Chemical Award from the Macromolecular Science and Engineering Program at the University of Michigan.

Doug is a former member of the Duke Sailing Team and currently sings with the U of M Law School's a cappella group, the Headnotes.



Recent publications:
Mullen, D. G.; Desai, A. M.; Waddell, J. N.; Cheng, X-M.; Kelly, C. V.; McNerny, D. Q.; Majoros, I. J.; Baker, J. R.; Sander, L. M.; Orr, B. G.; Banaszak Holl, M. M. The Implications of Stochastic Synthesis for the Conjugation of Functional Groups to Nanoparticles. Bioconjugate Chemistry 2008, 19 (9), 1748-1752
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Doug Mullen

B.S.E. Mechanical Engineering
Duke University

M.S.E. Macromolecular Science and Engineering
University of Michigan

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