Warren Chan | Professor, Canada Research Chair in Nanobioengineering & Director
BSc (U of Illinois-Urbana Champaign), PhD (Indiana University), FAIMBE
- Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering
- Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry
- Department of Chemistry
- Department of Materials Science & Engineering
- Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research
Rosebrugh Building (RS), 164 College Street, Room 407
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G9 Canada
+1 416 946-0020 (office)
Jody Prentice, Executive Assistant to the Director
+1 416 946-8258 (office)
Professor Warren Chan’s Integrated Nanotechnology & Biomedical Sciences Laboratory is interested in studying and understanding the proteomic and genomic changes associated with abnormal cells (e.g., cancer cells or virally-infected cells) and tissues. We aim to elucidate the cell’s molecular dynamics by using recent developments in nanotechnology (e.g., inorganic nanostructures), microtechnology (e.g., micro-electromechanical systems and capillary flow systems), and molecular engineering (e.g., phage-display) as well as engineering new instrumentation and techniques to address biological questions. A fundamental understanding of molecular processes with technology developments should lead to the design of novel diagnostic schemes and therapeutic strategies.
Are Quantum Dots Toxic? Exploring the Discrepancy Between Cell Culture and Animal Studies. Tsoi KM, Dai Q, Alman BA, Chan WC. Acc Chem Res. 2012 Aug 1.
Nonblinking Plasmonic Quantum Dot Assemblies for Multiplex Biological Detection. Song F, Tang PS, Durst H, Cramb DT, Chan WC. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2012 Jul 29.
The Effect of Nanoparticle Size, Shape, and Surface Chemistry on Biological Systems. Albanese A, Tang PS, Chan WC. Annu Rev Biomed Eng.
Understanding and controlling the interaction of nanomaterials with proteins in a physiological environment. Walkey CD, Chan WC. Chem Soc Rev. 2012 Apr 7. 41(7):2780-99.
Nanoparticle size and surface chemistry determine serum protein adsorption and macrophage uptake. Walkey CD, Olsen JB, Guo H, Emili A, Chan WC. J Am Chem Soc. 2012 Feb. 1134(4):2139-47.
Principles of conjugating quantum dots to proteins via carbodiimide chemistry. Song F, Chan WC. Nanotechnology. 2011 Dec 9. 22(49):494006.
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