2017 - Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
Her primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Cowpea mosaic virus, Nanoparticle, Virology and Nanomedicine. She interconnects Virus, Capsid and In vivo in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology. Her work in In vivo tackles topics such as Cancer research which are related to areas like Fluorescence-lifetime imaging microscopy, Cell adhesion molecule, Immunotherapy and Vaccination.
Her Cowpea mosaic virus research incorporates themes from Biophysics, Cell biology, Combinatorial chemistry, Redox and Drug carrier. Her work deals with themes such as Gadolinium, Targeted drug delivery, Drug delivery and Tumor homing, which intersect with Nanoparticle. Her research integrates issues of Cancer cell and High prevalence in her study of Virology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Cowpea mosaic virus, Cancer research and Virology. Her Nanoparticle study also includes fields such as
In her study, Biodistribution is inextricably linked to Potato virus X, which falls within the broad field of Drug delivery. Her study in Cowpea mosaic virus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both In situ, In vitro, Biochemistry and Capsid. Her research in Cancer research tackles topics such as Immune system which are related to areas like Vaccination and Adjuvant.
Nicole F. Steinmetz mainly investigates Virology, Cancer research, Immunotherapy, Immune system and Drug delivery. Nicole F. Steinmetz combines subjects such as Near-Infrared Fluorescence Imaging, Physalis mottle virus, Chemotherapy and Cancer immunotherapy with her study of Cancer research. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Molecular imaging, Ovarian cancer, Distribution and Chemical biology.
Her Immune system study combines topics in areas such as Cytotoxic T cell, Adjuvant and Cancer. Her Drug delivery research is within the category of Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is frequently linked to Surface modification in her study.
Nicole F. Steinmetz focuses on Immune system, Cancer research, Drug delivery, Immunotherapy and Virology. Her Immune system research integrates issues from Cell, Virus and Effector. Her Cancer research research includes elements of Tumor microenvironment, Nanoparticle, Metastatic breast cancer and Cancer immunotherapy.
Nicole F. Steinmetz interconnects Veterinary medicine and In vivo in the investigation of issues within Drug delivery. Her research in Immunotherapy intersects with topics in Ovarian cancer, Nanotechnology and Targeting ligands. Her Virology research includes themes of Nucleic acid, Gene knockdown, Cell-penetrating peptide and Small interfering RNA.
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Labeling live cells by copper-catalyzed alkyne--azide click chemistry.
Vu Hong;Nicole F. Steinmetz;Marianne Manchester;M. G. Finn.
Bioconjugate Chemistry (2010)
Applications of viral nanoparticles in medicine.
Ibrahim Yildiz;Sourabh Shukla;Nicole F Steinmetz.
Current Opinion in Biotechnology (2011)
In situ vaccination with cowpea mosaic virus nanoparticles suppresses metastatic cancer.
Patrick H. Lizotte;Amy M. Wen;Mee Rie Sheen;Jennifer Fields.
Nature Nanotechnology (2016)
The Art of Engineering Viral Nanoparticles
Jonathan K. Pokorski;Nicole F. Steinmetz.
Molecular Pharmaceutics (2011)
Design of virus-based nanomaterials for medicine, biotechnology, and energy
Amy M. Wen;Nicole F. Steinmetz.
Chemical Society Reviews (2016)
Viral nanoparticles as platforms for next-generation therapeutics and imaging devices.
Nicole F. Steinmetz;Nicole F. Steinmetz.
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine (2010)
COVID-19 vaccine development and a potential nanomaterial path forward.
Matthew D. Shin;Sourabh Shukla;Young Hun Chung;Veronique Beiss.
Nature Nanotechnology (2020)
Hydrazone ligation strategy to assemble multifunctional viral nanoparticles for cell imaging and tumor targeting.
Florence M. Brunel;John D. Lewis;Giuseppe Destito;Nicole F. Steinmetz.
Nano Letters (2010)
PEGylated Viral Nanoparticles for Biomedicine: The Impact of PEG Chain Length on VNP Cell Interactions In Vitro and Ex Vivo
Nicole F. Steinmetz;Marianne Manchester.
Utilisation of plant viruses in bionanotechnology.
Nicole F. Steinmetz;David J. Evans.
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry (2007)
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