van Dongen, Mallory
Bachelor of Science
Niagra University, 2009
About This Team Member
Mallory received a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Chemistry from Niagara University in 2009. At Niagara, she was involved in computational and organic chemistry research projects. She entered Michigan's chemistry graduate program in the fall of 2009 as a Rackham Merit Fellow. Mallory joined the Banaszak Holl group in 2010. Her work focuses on synthesizing and characterizing dendrimer drug delivery systems.
Ronny Priefer, Kathryn E. Leach, Todd D. Krauss, Jeanette R. Drapo, Michelle L. Ingalsbe, Mallory A. van Dongen, John C. Cadwalader, Megan A. Baumler, Matthew S. Pinto "Multilayer Film Preparation of PVPh from Aqueous Media" Surface and Coatings Technology, 2008, 202, 6109-6112.
Vincent M. Carroll, Megan A. Baumler, John C. Cadwalader, Jeanette R. Drapo, Michelle L. Ingalsbe, Matthew S. Pinto, Mallory A. van Dongen, Ronny Priefer "Synthesis of Poly(4-vinylphenol) Derivatives and Preparation of Multilayered Films from Aqueous Media" Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering, 2007, 96, 488-489.
Best Practices for Purification and Characterization of PAMAM Dendrimer
Efficient in vitro siRNA delivery and Intramuscular Gene Silencing using PEG-Modified PAMAM Dendrimers
Isolation and Characterization of Dendrimers with Precise Numbers of Functional Groups