- Prospects of Targeted Delivery of Anticancer Medicines by Phage-Derived Bioselective Nanovehicles. University of Alabama at Birmingham. Medical School. Birmingham, AL, June 13, 2007.
- Landscape Phage As a Bioselective Nanomaterial for Science, Medicine and Technology. New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA, April 26, 2007.
- Evolution of Phage Display: from Peptide Discovery to Phage Nanobiotechnology. Oklahoma University, Norman, November 2, 2006.
- Phage evolved probes for threat agents. Polytechnic University. New York, May 23, 2005.
- Directed Phage Evolution - A New Route to Biomedical Materials. Mexican National University. Mexico City, Mexico, December 10, 2004.
- Directed Molecular Evolution: New Technique for Development of Robust Bioselective Materials for Detection of Biological Threat Agents. Institute of Molecular Biology, Vector, Novosibirsk (Russia), September 18, 2004.
- Selective Probes From Landscape Phage Libraries for Detection of Biological Threat Agents. Animal Genomics Symposium, College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, October 9-10, 2003.
- Spore as Vehicle for Drug Delivery, Dyax Corp., Boston, MA, November 7, 2002.
- Phage as Selectable Replicating Landscape for Nanofabrication of Bioselective Materials. TechWatch Seminar Series in AstroBionics, NASA San Jose, CA, October 11, 2002.
- Multivalent Phage Display: Peptides and landscapes. Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Rochester Medical Center, February 12, 2001.
- Phage Landscaping. Selective Genetics, San Diego, April 2000.
- Landscape libraries - a new route to coagulation modulators. Corvas International, San Diego, March 2000.
- Discovery of diagnostic peptides for infectious diseases and cancer using phage display technology. Dept of Medicine, SUNY Stony Brook, N.Y., July 1999.
- Molecular matchmaking: applications of phage display technology in Lyme disease and potentially cancer. Brookhaven National Laboratories, Upton NY, July 1999.
- Phage resurfacing as a route to new materials for science, medicine and technology. Wayne State University, Dep. Biochem., November 1998.
- Landscape libraries as a rich source of new materials. Vector, Novosibirsk (Russia), September 1998.
- Perspectives in separation of molecules using phage display technology. Dyax Corp., Boston, April 1997.
- Genomics & Proteomics. October 2003.
- Opelika-Auburn News, July 25, 2003.
- AU Research News, June - July, 2003.
- Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine designated Center for Translational Cancer Nanomedicine. Wire Eagle & NanoWerk
- AU college named Center for Translational Cancer Nanomedicine, receives BP initiative WRBL
- Auburn to explore nano technology as means to fight cancer. WRAL TechWire
- Calvert Research and Auburn University Announce Joint Venture: Strategic partnership focuses on target drug delivery. Nanotechnology Now
- Calvert Research and Auburn University Announce Joint Venture. PR Web
- Calvert Research and Auburn University Announce Joint Venture. Apex Business News
- Strategic partnership focuses on target drug delivery. Bio-Medicine
See Research Publications for details.
Patents and Inventions protecting Auburn University technologies
See Research Patents for details.
AU and DARPA websites, AU Research News, Opelika-Auburn News, Nano World News
- R&D Profile: Evolution of Phage Display Towards Nanobiotechnology, Nano World News.
- AU professor receives grant to develop new anthrax-detection device. Opelika-Auburn News, July 25, 2003.
- AU Scientists using phage to detect and possibly counter bio threats. AU Research News, June-July, 2003.
- Phage as Bio-selective Elements in Biosensors. Auburn University Technology Transfer.
- Biosensor Technologies. Substitution of Antibodies by Phage-Borne Probes in Detection Devices. Auburn University. DARPA Website.
- AUDFS. Annual Report: 2000-2001.
- AU lands Top Scientists to Help Fight Food-Borne Illness. 2/15/01. Auburn University News.
- 'Landscape Phages Offer New Horizon of Detection Capabilities. 4/11/02. Auburn University News.
Presentations at Auburn University Technology Transfer Conferences (2002-2003)
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- Weld Star Technology, Inc. 2004. Phage probes.
- International Technology Commercialization Institute. University of Missouri-Columbia, 2003-2006. Trends in agricultural biotechnology.
- Evotope Biosciences, Inc., 2002-2003. Selection of peptide drug leads from phage display libraries.
- Biolinx LLC, Hagerstown, MD, and SUNY at Stony Brook. Department of Medicine, 2001-2002. Peptide inhibitors of prostate cancer cell adhesion to bone marrow endothelial cells.
- Selective Genetics Incorporated, 2000-2005. Phage Display, gene 8 display and landscape phage. Construction of gene-delivery vectors.
- Video conferences for Industrial Companies (McDonald's), 2002.