Kris’ research focusses on the development of polymer and nanoparticle-based devices for nanomedicine. His work spans the fields of chemistry and materials, biology and imaging science to probe how nanomaterial properties affect their function in living animals. Of particular interest is the development of novel materials as multimodal molecular imaging probes for theranostics.
Associate Professor Thurecht is currently actively investigating within the following Signature Project:
|Perturbation of the Experimental Phase Diagram of a Diblock Copolymer by Blending with an Ionic Liquid||2016||Bennett, T. M.; Jack, K. S.; Thurecht, K. J.; Blakey, I.|
|Preclinical Imaging of siRNA Delivery||2016||Fletcher, N.; Ardana, A.; Thurecht, K.J.|
|Spectral normalisation by error minimisation for prediction of conversion in solvent-free catalytic chain transfer polymerisations||2016||Richardson, S.J.; Blakey, I.; Thurecht, K.J.; Irvine, D.J.; Whittaker, A.K.|
|Synthesis, characterization and biological activities of semicarbazones and their copper complexes||2016||Venkatachalam, T. K.; Bernhardt, P. V.; Noble, C. J.; Fletcher, N.; Pierens, G. K.; Thurecht, K. J.; Reutens. D. C.|
|Targeting nanomedicines to prostate cancer: Evaluation of specificity of ligands to two different receptors In Vivo||2016||Pearce, A. K.; Fuchs, A. V.; Fletcher, N. L.; Thurecht, K. J.|