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Hardeep Singh Oberoi
Graduate Student
Dept. of Pharm. Sci.
College of Pharmacy
Durham Research Center
First Floor, Room No:1026
985830 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-5830
Tel: (402) 559 9915
e-mail:
hoberoi@unmc.edu

 
Research Interests

Cross - linked Polymeric Micelles for Delivery of Platinated Anticancer Drugs
Biodistribution and Pharmacokinetics of Drug Loaded Cross - linked Polymeric Micelles
 
Education

2006 - Present       Graduate Student, Dept. of Pharm. Sci., UNMC, Omaha, Nebraska
2004 - 2006           Master of Technology (Biotechnology), GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi, India
2000 - 2004           Bachelor of Technology (Biotechnology), GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi, India

Research Publications

• Kim JO, Nukolova NV, Oberoi HS, Kabanov AV, and Bronich TK. (2009). Block ionomer complex micelles with cross-linked cores for drug delivery Polymer Science Series A. 51 (6): 708-718.
• Lochab S, Oberoi HS, Gothwal M, Abbey D and Raghuram N. (2009). Nitrate assimilatory enzymes of Spirulina (Arthospira) platensis are more thermotolerant than those of rice Physiol. Mol. Biol. Plants. 15 (3): 277-280.

Research Presentations  

• Oral presentation at the International Student Research Forum, Australia – November 22-26, 2009 titled “Cross-linked Polymer Micelles for Delivery of Anticancer Drug Cisplatin.”
• Poster presentation at the Seventh Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposia – October 5-6, 2009 titled “Biodistribution and comparative pharmacokinetics of cisplatin loaded core cross-linked micelles in mice”.
• Poster presentation at the Seventh Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposia – October 5-6, 2009 titled “Folate-Conjugated Cross-Linked Polymer Micelles as Nanocarrier for Targeted Delivery”.
• Poster presentation at the 41st annual Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Research Meeting – June 25-27, 2009 titled “Environmentally responsive block ionomer complex micelles as carriers for cisplatin”.
• Poster presentation at the 41st annual Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Research Meeting – June 25-27, 2009 titled “Environmentally responsive block ionomer complex micelles as carriers for cisplatin”.
• Poster presentation at the 50th annual National Student Research Forum – April 23-25, 2009 titled “Polymer micelles with cross-linked ionic cores as carriers for anticancer agent cisplatin”.
• Oral presentation at the 40th Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum - February 27-28, 2009 titled “Cross-linked Polymer Micelles for Delivery of Platinum based Anticancer Agents.”
• Research progress presentation “Polymeric Micelles for Delivery of Platinum based Anticancer Agents” at Nanomedicine Seminar Series, November 2008
• Poster presentation at the Sixth International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposia, Canada, October 2008 titled “Cisplatin loaded cross-linked polymeric micelles release the drug in an active form.”
• Poster presentation at the Sixth International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposia, Canada, October 2008 titled “Biodegradable micelles for anticancer drug delivery.”
• Research progress presentation “Platinum based Anticancer Agents” at Nanomedicine Seminar Series, February 2008
• Graduate research seminar “Metal Complex Based Therapeutics as Anticancer Agents” presented at pharmaceutical sciences seminar series, Jan 2008
• Lochab S, Oberoi HS, Gothwal M, Abbey D and Raghuram N. (2008). Spirulina nitrate assimilatory enzymes are more stable and thermotolerant than their rice counterparts (Poster), 2 nd International Conference on Trends in Cellular and Molecular Biology , Jan 5-7, Jawaharlal Nehru University , New Delhi , India .
• Lochab S, Oberoi HS, Gothwal M and Raghuram N. (2006). Spirulina nitrate assimilatory enzymes have longer half lives and higher thermal tolerance than their rice counterparts. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biological Chemists, 08-11 Dec., Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Other Articles

• Sharma V, Oberoi HS, and Raghuram N. (2005). Getting in tune: The new Patents Act and Beyond. Combat Law, 4 (2), Jun-Jul 2005, pp. 44-47