Ph.D. Purdue University
M.S. Purdue University
Macdonald Engineering Building, Room MD 386
joseph [dot] kinsella [at] mcgill [dot] ca (e-mail)
- Micro- and nanotechnologies for medical applications
- Applications of Materials at the interface of the fields of Biology and Medicine
- Development of analytical and automated platforms for diagnosis, sensing, and monitoring of biological processes at the scales of molecules through tissues
- Rapid prototyping technology for tissue constructs
- BIEN 510: Nanoparticles in the Medical Sciences (3 credits)
Peptide Labeled Bi2S3 Nanoparticles for Targeted X-ray Computed Tomography Imaging of Breast Cancer.
Kinsella, J.M., Jiminez, R, Karmali, P, Rush, A, Stuppack, D, Gianneschi, N, Ruoslahti, E, Sailor, MJ
Agnewandte Chemie, 2011, 50, 12308-12311
Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Contrast of Fe3O4 Nanoparticles Using Porous Silicon Entrapment.
Kinsella, J.M., Ananda, S, Andrew, J, Grondek, J, Scadeng, M, Ruoslahti, E, Sailor, MJ
Advanced Materials, 2011, 23, H248-H253
Suitability of Porous Silicon Microparticles for the Long-term Delivery of Redox Active Therapeutics.
Wu, E, Andrew, J, Buyanin, A, Kinsella, J.M., Sailor, M.J.
Chemical Communications, 2011, 47, 5699-5701
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