Smart Hybrid Materials (SHMs)
مختبر شمس لعلوم النانو
Self-Assembled Nanomaterials for Biomedical, Sensing and Separation Applications

People

Ibrahim Ali Alradwan

Senior Staff
​Visiting Research Scientist

Research Interests

  • ​Developing novel technologies for preservation of mammalian cells in a dried state.
  • Evaluating efficacy of new methods for nanoparticles storage.
  • Delivering explored novel nano-biomaterials to cell lines and monitor cytotoxicity.
  • Evaluating immune responses and proteins interactions to novel nanoparticles.

Selected Publications

  • Abstract accepted for presentation at the 13th International Nanomedicine & Drug Delivery Symposium (nanoDDS 2015) hosted at the University of Washington. It was concerned with nanoparticles storage and preservation and is Titled “Effect of Cryo-Protectants on Size Stability and Preservation of Chitosan Nanoparticles after lyophilisation”

Education

  • ​Graduated from Quinnipiac University master graduate Biomedical Sciences/Medical laboratory Sciences program, 2013.
  • Graduated from West Virginia University; from the Clinical Laboratory Science program School of Medicine, 2011.
  • Certified as Medical Technology Specialist by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties

Professional Profile

  • ​Holding a position as an academic researcher in King Abdul-Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) in Riyadh since 2014.
  • Leader of the Nanomedicine group in KACST in the Biotechnology division.

Awards

  • Scholarship from the Ministry of Higher Education for studying in the United States.
  • Award from the Saudi cultural mission attaché in Washington D.C. for participating in organizing social events at the University of Pittsburgh.