|Efstathios (Stathis) Karathanasis, Ph.D.
• Department of Biomedical Engineering• Department of Radiology
• Case Center for Imaging Research• Case Comprehensive Cancer Cancer • Pubmed Citations
Dr. Karathanasis' research focuses on the development of imaging and therapeutic agents based on the integration of nanotechnology, drug delivery and biomedical imaging (MRI, CT, optical). Specifically, his lab exploits nanomedicine's multifunctional and engineerable nature to facilitate improved personalization of treatments.
- R. Toy, E. Hayden, A. Camann, Z. Berman, P. Vicente, E. Tran, J. Meyers, J. Pansky, P. Peiris, H. Wu, A. Exner, D. Wilson, K. Ghaghada, E. Karathanasis, Multimodal In Vivo Imaging Exposes the Voyage of Nanoparticles in Tumor Microcirculation, ACS Nano 7(4) (2013), 3118-3129
- P. Peiris, R. Toy, E. Doolittle, J. Pansky, A. Abramowski, M. Tam, P. Vicente, E. Tran, E. Hayden, A. Camann, A. Mayer, B. Erokwu, Z. Berman, D. Wilson, H. Baskaran, C. Flask, R. Keri, E. Karathanasis, Imaging metastasis using an integrin-targeting chain-shaped nanoparticle. ACS Nano (2012) 8783-8795
- P. Peiris, L. Bauer, R. Toy, E. Tran, J. Pansky, E. Doolittle, E. Schmidt, E. Hayden, A. Mayer, R. Keri, M. Griswold, E. Karathanasis, Enhanced Delivery of Chemotherapy to Tumors Using a Multi-Component Nanochain with Radiofrequency-Tunable Drug Release, ACS Nano 6(5) (2012) 4157-4168
- P.M. Peiris, E. Karathanasis, Is nanomedicine still promising? Oncotarget 2(6) (2011) 430-432
- R. Toy, E. Hayden, C. Shoup, H. Baskaran, E. Karathanasis, The effects of particle size, shape and density on margination of nanoparticles in microcirculation, Nanotechnology 22(2011) 115101 (9pp)
- P.M. Peiris, E. Schmidt, M. Calabrese, E. Karathanasis, Assembly of linear nano-chains from nanospheres with asymmetric surface chemistry, PLoS ONE 6(1) (2011) ?e15927