David Oupicky, PhD

The Oupicky Lab focuses on exploring stimulus-responsive polymers and nanoparticles for delivery of drugs and genes. We are especially interested in redox-responsive delivery systems and in delivery vectors suitable for delivery of drug/gene and drug/siRNA combinations.

News & Events

  • Our review article on polymeric drugs published in Journal of Controlled Release. Congratulations to Jing, Fei, and Yi, September 2015
  • Yazhe Wang joined the lab as a visiting CSC student from China Pharmaceutical University, September 2015
  • Joseph wins a best poster award at the 13th NanoDDS conference in Seattle, September 2015
  • Welcome the new members of the Oupicky Lab in our China Pharmaceutical University lab (Kaikai, Peixuan, Gang, Aftab, Ling, and Yiwen), July 2015
  • Sasha Klementiev joined the lab as a summer undergrad student, June 2015
  • The Oupicky lab received a new grant on metastatic lung cancer from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, June 2015
  • The Oupicky lab received a new NIH R21 grant to develop oral siRNA treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, May 2015
  • The Oupicky lab received a new NIH R21 grant on HDAC-inhibiting nanoparticles for combination cancer treatment in collaboration with the lab of Dr. Stefan at UT Dallas., April 2015
  • Yan’s paper on siRNA delivery published in Biomaterials Science, February 2015
  • Collaborative paper with Prof. Stefan’s lab at UT Dallas published in Polymer Chemistry, January 2015