Frank is a professor in chemical and biomolecular engineering, and his research spans a broad range of areas, including materials science, nano- and biomolecular engineering, nanotechnology and polymer science.
Professor Caruso is currently actively investigating within the following Signature Project:
|How diseases can be targeted using nanotechnology – and why it’s difficult||2017||Professor Frank Caruso, Dr Mattias Björnmalm|
|Biofunctional metalphenolic films from dietary flavonoids||2017||Bertleff-Zieschang, N., Rahim, M.A., Ju, Y., Braunger, J.A., Suma, T., Dai, Y., Pan, S., Cavalieri, F., Caruso, F.|
|Cell-conditioned protein coronas on engineered particles influence immune responses||2017||Dai, Q., Guo, J., Yan, Y., Ang, C.-S., Bertleff-Zieschang, N., Caruso, F.|
|Engineered hydrogen-bonded glycopolymer capsules and their interactions with antigen presenting cells||2017||Kempe, K., Xiang, S.D., Wilson, P., Rahim, M.A., Ju, Y., Whittaker, M.R., Haddleton, D.M., Plebanski, M., Caruso, F., Davis, T.P.|
|Immunological principles guiding the rational design of particles for vaccine delivery||2017||Gause, K.T., Wheatley, A.K., Cui, J., Yan, Y., Kent, S.J., Caruso, F.|
|Interactions between circulating nanoengineered polymer particles and extracellular matrix components in vitro||2017||Braunger, J.A., Björnmalm, M., Isles, N.A., Cui, J., Henderson, T.M.A., O'Connor, A.J., Caruso, F.|