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Mellissa Gomez
Mellissa Gomez
PhD Candidate, Chemical Engineering McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Development of a formulation platform for a spray-dried, inhalable tuberculosis vaccine candidate
M Gomez, J McCollum, H Wang, M Ordoubadi, C Jar, NB Carrigy, ...
International journal of pharmaceutics 593, 120121, 2021
382021
Microparticle encapsulation of a tuberculosis subunit vaccine candidate containing a nanoemulsion adjuvant via spray drying
M Gomez, M Archer, D Barona, H Wang, M Ordoubadi, SB Karim, ...
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 163, 23-37, 2021
242021
Evaluation of the stability of a spray-dried tuberculosis vaccine candidate designed for dry powder respiratory delivery
M Gomez, J McCollum, H Wang, S Bachchhav, I Tetreau, A Gerhardt, ...
Vaccine 39 (35), 5025-5036, 2021
182021
Spray drying and particle engineering in dosage form design for global vaccines
M Gomez, R Vehring
Journal of Aerosol Medicine and Pulmonary Drug Delivery 35 (3), 121-138, 2022
162022
Skin stretch enhances illusory movement in persons with lower-limb amputation
AW Shehata, MNI Keri, M Gomez, PD Marasco, AH Vette, JS Hebert
2019 IEEE 16th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR …, 2019
112019
Development and testing of a spray-dried tuberculosis vaccine candidate in a mouse model
M Gomez, M Ahmed, S Das, J McCollum, L Mellett, R Swanson, A Gupta, ...
Frontiers in Pharmacology 12, 4076, 2022
92022
Functionalization of 3D Printed Scaffolds Using Polydopamine and Silver Nanoparticles for Bone-Interfacing Applications
A Merlo, E González-Martínez, K Saad, M Gomez, M Grewal, J Deering, ...
ACS Applied Bio Materials 6 (3), 1161-1172, 2023
32023
Monodisperse droplet chain technique to support development of co-solvent based inhalation products
M Gomez, M Ordoubadi, RA McAllister, O Melhem, D Barona, S Gracin, ...
Respiratory Drug Delivery 2, 563-568, 2018
32018
Isokinetic in-line sampling enables rapid characterization of atomizers and cyclones for spray drying process development
JW Ivey, D Barona, M Gomez, L Kuan, R McAllister, L Oberhagemann, ...
Respiratory Drug Delivery,(2018a) 6pp, 2018
32018
Stress Exposure of Evolved Bacteriophages under Laboratory versus Food Processing Conditions Highlights Challenges in Translatability
M Gomez, A Szewczyk, J Szamosi, V Leung, C Filipe, Z Hosseinidoust
Viruses 15 (1), 113, 2022
22022
On the feasibility of spray-dried Eudragit-trehalose microparticles for enteric drug delivery
SB Karim, M Ordoubadi, H Wang, M Gomez, R Vehring
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 610, 121264, 2021
22021
Expedited biologic formulation and spray drying process development via mechanistic modeling
H Wang, M Gomez, NB Carrigy, M Ordoubadi, R Vehring
Respiratory Drug Delivery 3 (2020), 527-532, 2020
12020
Composition and method for spray drying an adjuvant vaccine emulsion
R Kramer, M Archer, C Fox, R Vehring, M Ordoubadi, M Gomez, N Carrigy
US Patent App. 17/612,893, 2022
2022
Development of a spray-dried inhalable dry powder presentation of a Tuberculosis vaccine candidate with demonstrated long term physical stability at high temperatures for use …
M Gomez, J McCollum, H Wang, M Ordoubadi, NB Carrigy, D Barona, ...
International Society for Aerosols in Medicine, 2021
2021
Development of a Thermostable Tuberculosis Vaccine Candidate Suitable for Pulmonary Delivery through Particle Engineering
M Gomez
2020
Long-term Room Temperature Stability of a Spray Dried Inhalable Tuberculosis Vaccine
M Aisenstat, J McCollum, M Gomez, H Wang, S Bachchhav, I Tetreau, ...
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