Investigating the molecular effects of hyperbranched polycation-DNA complexes on lung cancer cells using LC-MS-based metabolite profiling

Mohammad Al-Natour

University of Nottingham

Mohammad Al-natour is a 3rd year PhD student at University of nottingham. His work focuses on understanding activity of polymer nanomedicine at the cellular and molecular level using advanced metabolomicsBefore coming to UoN, Mohammad earned MSc in pharmaceutical technology from the Jordanian university of science and technology.Paul earned a bachelor degree of pharmacy from the Philadelphia university.


Introduction: Gene therapy has been considered a promising approach for addressing hereditary and acquired diseases since the first clinical trials in 1990. However, no gene therapy application has been approved by FDA yet due... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Ali Alazzo (University of Nottingham)
  2. Mohammad Al-Natour (University of Nottingham)
  3. Keith Spriggs (University of Nottingham)
  4. Snow Stolnik-Trenkic (University of Nottingham)
  5. Dong_hyun Kim (University of Nottingham)
  6. Amir Ghaemmaghami (University of Nottingham)
  7. Cameron Alexander (University of Nottingham)

Topic Areas

Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers , Nanomedicine for cancer diagnosis & therapy , Toxicology and risk assessment of nanomedicine systems


OS3a-A » Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers (15:00 - Wednesday, 27th September, Auditorium)

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