Maroun Khoury Abboud

Títulos o grados académicos

• Biólogo, Universidad de Montpellier II, Francia

• PhD en Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad de Montpellier, 2007, Francia

Carreras Asociadas

Cursos o Cátedras que imparte

  • Troncal 1, Troncal 2, Electivo 1:Introducción Medicina Regenerativa, Optativo 2: Medicina regenerativa

Publicaciones

  • An advanced biphasic porous and injectable scaffold displays a fine balance between mechanical strength and remodeling capabilities essential for cartilage regeneration

  • A novel porous hydrogel based on hybrid gelation for injectable and tough scaffold implantation and tissue engineering applications

  • A report on the International Society for Cell & Gene Therapy 2022 Scientific Signature Series, “Therapeutic advances with native and engineered human extracellular vesicles”

  • Impact of platelet-derived mitochondria transfer in the metabolic profiling and progression of metastatic MDA-MB-231 human triple-negative breast cancer cells

  • Oral Administration as a Potential Alternative for the Delivery of Small Extracellular Vesicles

Proyectos de investigación

  • Desarrollo de un producto alogénico basado en un hidrogel bioactivo con nanovesículas extracelulares y su validación como tratamiento endodóntico regenerativo

  •  REVEALING THE CONTRIBUTION OF MELANOMA-DERIVED CIRCULATING CELL-FREE MITOCHONDRIA IN THE FORMATION OF PREMETASTATIC NICHE IN LYMPH NODES AND THEIR IMPACT IN THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF METASTASIS

  • Center of Interventional Medicine for Precision and Advanced Cellular Therapy (IMPACT)

Apariciones en Medios

  • Cells for Cells prepares to start commercial operations in Colombia in 2024 and advances plans in the U.S.

  • University of los Andes Researcher Publishes Findings in Pharmaceutics (Oral Administration as a Potential Alternative for the Delivery of Small Extracellular Vesicles)

  • Findings from University of los Andes Advance Knowledge in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (Safety and efficacy of clinical-grade, cryopreserved menstrual blood mesenchymal stromal cells in experimental acute respiratory distress syndrome)