Reema Zeineldin, Ph.D.
Research interests:

  1. Scholarship of teaching and learning, instructional pedagogical approaches and mentorship of faculty
  2. Ovarian cancer progression and metastasis
  3. Nano/bio integrations for biosensing, identifying biomarkers, and targeted drug delivery using carbon
    nanotubes or lipid-based nanocarriers
  4. Mechanisms of action of  EGFR inhibitors and GTPases’ inhibitors and in sensitizing drug-resistant ovarian
    cancers
  5. Biomembrane mimetics for use in biosensing, bioseparations, and studying interactions (e.g. biomimetic silica
    microspheres in biosensing).
Ovarian Cancer
Nanotechnology
Progression
Spheroid formation
Resistance to therapy
Therapy
Supported lipid
bilayers on spheres
Biosensors
Using
nanocarriers
Sensitizing
resistant cells
GTPases
Liposomes
Carbon nanotubes
(CNTs)
Targeting
Epidermal Growth
Factor Receptor
(EGFR)
Folate receptor
alpha
Scholarship of teaching
and learning, instructional
pedagogical approaches
and mentorship of faculty
Scholarship/research