2012 - Fellow of Biomaterials Science and Engineering
2010 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Her primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Chitosan, Biophysics and Biomedical engineering. Her study in Lab-on-a-chip, Surface plasmon resonance, Liposome, Biosensor and Nanocarriers is done as part of Nanotechnology. Her Microfluidics research integrates issues from Digital microfluidics and Cell adhesion.
The various areas that Maryam Tabrizian examines in her Chitosan study include Biocompatibility, Nanoparticle and Drug delivery. Her Biophysics research includes themes of Glutathione peroxidase, In vitro, Cytotoxicity, Titanium and Extracellular matrix. Her work on Tissue engineering as part of general Biomedical engineering research is frequently linked to Craniofacial bone, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Maryam Tabrizian focuses on Nanotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Chitosan, Biophysics and Microfluidics. Nanotechnology and Polymer are commonly linked in her work. Her research in Biomedical engineering focuses on subjects like Distraction osteogenesis, which are connected to Bone regeneration.
As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Chitosan, concentrating on Polyelectrolyte and intersecting with Layer by layer and Coating. Maryam Tabrizian combines subjects such as Biochemistry, Liposome, Transfection and Zeta potential with her study of Biophysics. Her work deals with themes such as Digital microfluidics and Electrowetting, which intersect with Microfluidics.
Maryam Tabrizian spends much of her time researching Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Nanoparticle, Microfluidics and Biosensor. Maryam Tabrizian is interested in Electrokinetic phenomena, which is a branch of Nanotechnology. She works in the field of Chemical engineering, namely Chitosan.
Her Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Primary, Transfection, Polymer, Dispersity and Interleukin 10. She has researched Microfluidics in several fields, including Copolymer, Digital microfluidics, Miniaturization and Microscale chemistry. Her Biosensor research incorporates elements of Legionella pneumophila, Multiplex, Surface plasmon resonance and Refractive index.
Maryam Tabrizian mainly investigates Computational biology, Dielectrophoresis, Tissue engineering, Chitosan and Nanotechnology. Her Computational biology study incorporates themes from Experimental therapy and Drug delivery. Her Dielectrophoresis study combines topics in areas such as Optoelectronics, Square wave and Microscale chemistry.
Her study in Tissue engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical structure, Adenosine, Tissue specific and Cell type. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Chitosan, Chemical engineering is strongly linked to Rheology. Her Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Protein molecules and Alternating current.
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Low-temperature sterilization using gas plasmas: a review of the experiments and an analysis of the inactivation mechanisms
Moisan M;Barbeau J;Moreau S;Pelletier J.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2001)
Towards integrated and sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensors: a review of recent progress.
X.D. Hoa;A.G. Kirk;M. Tabrizian.
Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2007)
Magneto-aerotactic bacteria deliver drug-containing nanoliposomes to tumour hypoxic regions
Ouajdi Felfoul;Mahmood Mohammadi;Samira Taherkhani;Samira Taherkhani;Dominic de Lanauze.
Nature Nanotechnology (2016)
Bioactive coatings of endovascular stents based on polyelectrolyte multilayers.
Benjamin Thierry;Francoise M. Winnik;Yahye Merhi;Jim Silver.
Microfluidic designs and techniques using lab-on-a-chip devices for pathogen detection for point-of-care diagnostics.
Amir M. Foudeh;Tohid Fatanat Didar;Teodor Veres;Teodor Veres;Maryam Tabrizian.
Lab on a Chip (2012)
Effect of Modification of Oxide Layer on NiTi Stent Corrosion Resistance
Christine Trepanier;Maryam Tabrizian;L'Hocine Yahia;I Luc Bilodeau.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1998)
Using the flowing afterglow of a plasma to inactivate Bacillus subtilis spores: Influence of the operating conditions
S. Moreau;M. Moisan;M. Tabrizian;J. Barbeau.
Journal of Applied Physics (2000)
Toward Resolving the Challenges of Sepsis Diagnosis
Shawn D. Carrigan;George Scott;Maryam Tabrizian.
Clinical Chemistry (2004)
Delivery of recombinant bone morphogenetic proteins for bone regeneration and repair. Part A: Current challenges in BMP delivery
Ziyad S. Haidar;Reggie C. Hamdy;Maryam Tabrizian.
Biotechnology Letters (2009)
Effect of surface treatment and sterilization processes on the corrosion behavior of NiTi shape memory alloy
B. Thierry;M. Tabrizian;C. Trepanier;O. Savadogo.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2000)
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