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Noelle Comolli, PhD - Villanova University. Villanova, PA, US

Noelle Comolli, PhD Noelle Comolli, PhD

Associate Professor and Chair of Chemical Engineering | College of Engineering | Villanova University

Villanova, PA, UNITED STATES

Noelle Comolli, PhD, researches the use of different polymers for either novel biomaterials or controlled release delivery vehicles

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Areas of Expertise (6)

Nanoparticles

Polymer Chemistry

Biomaterials

Chemical Engineering

Drug Delivery

Spinal Cord Research

Biography

Noelle Comolli, PhD, is Chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Biomaterials and Drug Delivery Laboratory at Villanova College of Engineering. Her research has included nanoparticles for axonal guidance after spinal cord injury, thin film delivery of anti-inflammatory agents, development of novel microparticles for tumor targeting, and nanoparticles for inhaled drug delivery.

Education (2)

Drexel University: PhD

University of Delaware: BS

Select Academic Articles (5)

MATLAB-based Teaching Modules in Biochemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Education

Kilho Lee, Noelle K Comolli, William J Kelly, Zuyi Jacky Huang

2015

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Polymeric Microparticles Engineering Polymer Systems for Improved Drug Delivery

Noelle K Comolli, Colleen E Clark

2014

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Teaching Tip: Results of a Survey on MATLAB & MathCAD Education in Bio-Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Education

Kilho Lee, Noelle Comolli, Vito Punzi, William J Kelly, Zuyi Jacky Huang

2014

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An Integrated Experimental and Modeling Approach to Propose Biotinylated PLGA Microparticles as Versatile Targeting Vehicles for Drug Delivery Progress in Biomaterials

Olivia Donaldson, Zuyi Jacky Huang, Noelle Comolli

2013

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Polyvinyl Alcohol–polyvinyl Pyrrolidone Thin Films Provide Local Short‐term Release of Anti‐inflammatory Agents Post Spinal Cord Injury Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials

Noelle Comolli, Olivia Donaldson, Nathan Grantier, Victoria Zhukareva, Veronica J Tom

2012

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