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Amir M. Farnoud is an Assistant Professor in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Ohio University. Amir’s research primarily focuses on the interactions of nanomaterials with lipid interfaces, such as the pulmonary surfactant and the cell membrane. His group also focuses on using nanoparticles as targeted drug delivery vehicles. You can follow Amir’s lab on twitter.