6th year graduate student
Phone: (713) 348-3476
Office: Dell Butcher Hall 360
Characterization, purification and testing of aqueous carbon nanostructure solutions in a 13.56 MHz radiofrequency field.
In vitro and in vivo studies for the hyperthermia of hepatocellular cancer using radiofrequency and carbon nanostructures.
M.S. in Chemistry
University of Texas El Paso (2007)
B.S. in Chemistry
University of Texas El Paso (2005)
M. Raoof, S.J. Corr, W.D. Kaluarachchi, K.L. Massey, K. Briggs, C. Zhu, M. A. Cheney, L.J. Wilson, S.A. Curley. “Stability of antibody-conjugated gold nanoparticles in the endolysosomal nanoenvironment: implications for noninvasive radiofrequency-based cancer therapy.” Nanomedicine 2012, In Press.
M. Raoof, Y. Mackeyev, M. A. Cheney, L. J. Wilson, S. A. Curley. “Internalization of C60 fullerenes into cancer cells with accumulation in the nucleus via the nuclear pore complex.” Biomaterials 2012, 33, 2952-2960.
A. Grattoni, D. Fine, E. Zabre, A. Ziemys, J. Gill, Y. Mackeyev, M. A. Cheney, D. C. Danila, S. Hosali, L. J. Wilson, F. Hussain and M. Ferrari. “Gated and Near-Surface Diffusion of Charged Fullerenes in Nanochannels.” ACS Nano 2011, 5, 9382-9391.