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Ryan Wylie
Ryan Wylie
Assistant Professor
A.N. Bourns Science Building, Room 261A
905-525-9140 x23477
The Wylie Lab develops protein-polymer conjugates for:
1.  Delivery of biologics, primarily polymer-antibody conjugates, for applications in cancer immunotherapy and degenerative retinal diseases
2.  Bioreactors to modulate blood chemistry towards the treatment of sepsis
3.  Bio-inks for the 3D printing of tissues to improve drug screening efficiency 

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Protein polymer conjugates: Antibody therapeutics, bioreactors, bio-inks
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