Publications

Journal Articles: (*Corresponding author,Co-first authors)

  1. Sunoqrot, S.*and Abujamous, L. pH-sensitive Polymeric Nanoparticles of Quercetin as a Potential Colon Cancer-targeted Nanomedicine. Submitted 2019
  2. Tarawneh, O., Madi, A., Hamed, R., Qirem, R., Qerem, W., Alhusban, A.A., Sunoqrot, S., Mahmoud, N.N., Ata, S., and lsheikh, I. In vitro Characterization and Evaluation of Commercialized Paracetamol Products in Jordan. Dissolution Technologies2018 (Accepted)
  3. Sunoqrot, S.*Al-Shalabi, E., and Messersmith, P.B.Facile Synthesis and Surface Modification of Bioinspired Nanoparticles from Quercetin for Drug Delivery. Biomaterials Science 2018,6, 2656-2666
  4. Sunoqrot, S.*, Alsadi, A., Tarawneh, O., and Hamed, R. Polymer Type and Molecular Weight Dictate the Encapsulation Efficiency and Release of Quercetin from Polymeric Micelles. Colloid and Polymer Science 2017, 295(10), 2051-2059
  5. Sunoqrot, S.*, Hassan, L., Alsadi, A., Hamed, R., and Tarawneh, O. Interactions of Mussel-Inspired Polymeric Nanoparticles with Gastric Mucin: Implications for Gastro-retentive Drug Delivery. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2017, 156, 1-8
  6. Hamed, R., Al-Janabi, R., Sunoqrot, S., and Abbas, A. The Effect of pH, Buffer Capacity, and Ionic Strength on Quetiapine Fumarate Release from Matrix Tablets Prepared Using Two Different Polymeric Blends. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy 2017, 43(8), 1330-1342
  7. Sunoqrot, S.*, Hamed, R., Abdel-Halim, H., and Tarawneh, O. Synergistic Interplay of Medicinal Chemistry and Formulation Strategies in Nanotechnology – From Drug Discovery to Nanocarrier Design and Development. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 2017,17(13), 1451-1468
  8. Hamed, R., Al-Samydai, A., Al Baraghthi, T., Tarawneh, O., and Sunoqrot, S.Influence of HPMC K100LV and Compritol®HD5 ATO on Drug Release and Rheological Behavior of HPMC K4M Matrix Tablets. Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation 2017, 12(1), 62-75
  9. Hamed, R., Al Baraghthi, T., and Sunoqrot, S. Correlation between the Viscoelastic Properties of the Gel Layer of Swollen HPMC Matrix Tablets and their In VitroDrug Release. Pharmaceutical Development and Technology 2016,23(9), 838-848
  10. Hamed, R., Basil, M., Al Baraghthi, T., Sunoqrot, S., and Tarawneh, O. Nanoemulsion-Based Gel Formulation of Diclofenac Diethylamine: Design, Optimization, Rheological Behavior and In Vitro Diffusion Studies. Pharmaceutical Development and Technology 2016, 21(8), 980-989
  11. Hamed, R., Awadallah, A., Sunoqrot, S., Tarawneh, O., Nazzal, S., Al Baraghthi, T., Al Sayyad, J., and Abbas, A. pH-Dependent Solubility and Dissolution Behavior of Carvedilol – Case Example of A Weakly Basic BCS Class II Drug. AAPS PharmSciTech 2016, 17(2), 418-426
  12. Gao, W., Kim, J.Y., Anderson, J.R., Akopian, T., Hong, S., Jin, Y.-Y., Kandror, O., Kim, J.-W., Lee, I.-A., Lee, S.-Y., McAlpine, J.B., Mulugeta, S., Sunoqrot, S., Wang, Y., Yang, S.-H., Yoon, T.-M., Goldberg, A.L., Pauli, G.F., Suh, J.W., Franzblau, S.G., and Cho, S. The Cyclic Peptide Ecumicin Targeting ClpC1 is Active against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis In Vivo. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy2015, 59(2), 880-889
  13. Sunoqrot, S., Bugno, J., Lantvit, D.D., Burdette, J.E., and Hong, S. Prolonged Blood Circulation and Enhanced Tumor Accumulation of Folate-Targeted Dendrimer-Polymer Hybrid Nanoparticles. Journal of Controlled Release 2014, 191, 115-122
  14. Modi, D.A., Sunoqrot, S., Bugno, J., Lantvit, D.D., Hong, S., and Burdette, J.E. Targeting of Follicle Stimulating Hormone Peptide-Conjugated Dendrimers to Ovarian Cancer Cells. Nanoscale 2014, 6, 2812-2820
  15. Turturro, S., Sunoqrot, S., Ying, H., Hong, S., and Yue, B. Sustained Release of MatrixMetalloproteinase-3 to Trabecular Meshwork Cells using Biodegradable PLGA Microparticles. Molecular Pharmaceutics2013, 10(8), 3023-3032
  16. Sunoqrot, S., Liu, Y., Kim, D.H., and Hong, S. In Vitro Evaluation of Dendrimer-Polymer Hybrid Nanoparticles on their Controlled Cellular Targeting Kinetics. Molecular Pharmaceutics2013, 10(6), 2157-2166
  17. Gonzalez, L., Loza, R.J.,Han, K.-Y., Sunoqrot, S.,Cunningham, C., Purta, P., Drake, J., Jain, S., Hong, S., and Chang, J.-H. Nanotechnology in Corneal Neovascularization Therapy – A Review. Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics2013,29(2), 124-134
  18. Pearson, R.M., Sunoqrot, S., Hsu, H.-J., Bae, J.W., and Hong, S. Dendritic Nanoparticles: The Next Generation of Nanocarriers? Therapeutic Delivery 2012, 3(8), 941-959
  19. Yang, Y., Sunoqrot, S., Stowell, C., Ji, J., Lee, C.-W., Kim, J.W., Khan, S.A., and Hong, S. The Effect of Size, Surface Charge and Hydrophobicity of Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers on their Skin Penetration. Biomacromolecules 2012,13(7), 2154-2162
  20. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Shyu, K., Liu, Y., Kim, D.H., and Hong, S. Temporal Control over Cellular Targeting through Hybridization of Folate-targeted Dendrimers and PEG-PLA Nanoparticles. Biomacromolecules2012, 13(4), 1223-1230
  21. Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Patra, N., Sunoqrot, S., Vukovic, L., Král, P. and Hong, S. Dendron-mediated Self-assembly of Highly PEGylated Block Copolymers: A Modular Nanocarrier Platform. Chemical Communications 2011,47(37), 10302-10304
  22. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Jin, S.-E., Pearson, R.M., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Kinetically Controlled Cellular Interactions of Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems. BioconjugateChemistry 2011,22(3), 466-474

 

Invited Talks:

  1. “Green Synthesis of Multifunctional Nanoparticles from the Plant Polyphenol Quercetin for Drug Delivery”. The 8thIUPAC International Conference on Green Chemistry 2018, Bangkok, Thailand
  2. “Bioinspired Nanoparticles from Quercetin as Prospective Drug Delivery Nanocarriers”. Al-ZaytoonahUniversity of Jordan and The University of Toledo 6thInternational Pharmaceutical Conference (ZTIPC) 2017, Amman, Jordan
  3. “Mussel-inspired Polymeric Nanoparticles as Prospective Platforms for Gastro-retentive Drug Delivery”. The 1stConference of the Faculty of Pharmacy at Yarmouk University2017, Irbid, Jordan

 

Poster Presentations:

  1. Sunoqrot, S.and Messersmith, P.B. Bioinspired Nanoparticles from Quercetin as a Versatile Platform for Drug Delivery. Bioinspired Materials Gordon Research Conference 2018, Les Diablerets, Switzerland
  2. Sunoqrot, S.and Messersmith, P.B. Novel Polyphenol Nanoparticles for Targeted Anti-cancer Drug Delivery. The 5thArab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Symposium2017, Rabat, Morocco
  3. Sunoqrot, S.and Hong, S. A Multi-scale Hybrid Nanoparticle Platform for Targeted Drug Delivery to Cancer Cells. The 15thScientific Congress of the Jordanian Pharmacists Association 2014, Amman, Jordan
  4. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y., Kim, D.-H., and Hong, S. In Vitro Evaluation of Dendrimer-Polymer Hybrid Nanoparticles on their Controlled Cellular Targeting Kinetics. American Chemical Society (ACS) Annual Meeting2013, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  5. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y., Kim, D.-H., and Hong, S. The Janus-faced Biological Properties of Dendrimer-Polymer Hybrid Nanoparticles. University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Research Day 2013, Chicago, IL, USA
  6. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y., Kim, D.-H., and Hong, S. The Janus-faced Biological Properties of Dendrimer-Polymer Hybrid Nanoparticles. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting 2012, Chicago, IL, USA
  7. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Shyu, K., and Hong, S. Hybrid Nanoparticles of Folate-targeted Dendrimers and PEG-PLA for Controlled Cellular Targeting. Midwest Pharmaceutical Graduate Student Research Meeting (PGSRM)2012, Omaha, NE, USA
  8. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Shyu, K., Liu, Y., and Hong, S. Novel Hybrid Nanoparticles Folate-targeted Dendrimers and PEG-PLA Nanoparticles for Temporal Control over Targeting. University of Illinois Cancer Center Research Forum 2012, Chicago, IL, USA
  9. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Shyu, K., Liu, Y., and Hong, S. Novel Hybrid Nanoparticles Folate-targeted Dendrimers and PEG-PLA Nanoparticles for Temporal Control over Targeting. University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Research Day 2012, Chicago, IL, USA
  10. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Pearson, R.M., Shyu, K., Liu, Y., and Hong, S. Novel Hybrid Nanoparticles Folate-targeted Dendrimers and PEG-PLA Nanoparticles for Temporal Control over Targeting. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Annual Meeting 2011,Washington, DC, USA
  11. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Jin, S.-E., Pearson, R.M., Liu, Y., and Hong, S. Kinetically Controlled Cellular Interactions of Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems. Chicago Biomedical Consortium (CBC) Annual Symposium2011, Chicago, IL, USA
  12. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Jin, S.-E., Pearson, R.M., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Kinetically Controlled Cellular Interactions of Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems. Midwest Pharmaceutical Graduate Student Research Meeting (PGSRM)2011, Madison, WI, USA
  13. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Jin, S.-E., Pearson, R.M., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Kinetically Controlled Cellular Interactions of Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems. University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Research Day 2011,Chicago, IL, USA
  14. Sunoqrot, S., Bae, J.W., Jin, S.-E., Pearson, R.M., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems with Kinetically Controlled Cellular Interactions. Materials Research Society (MRS) Annual Meeting2010, Boston, MA, USA
  15. Sunoqrot, S., Jin, S.-E., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems as Potential Targeted Delivery Vehicles. Midwest Pharmaceutics Graduate Students Research Meeting (PGSRM) 2010, Columbus, OH, USA
  16. Sunoqrot, S., Jin, S.-E., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems as Potential Targeted Delivery Vehicles. University of Illinois Graduate Student Research Forum 2010, Chicago, IL, USA
  17. Sunoqrot, S., Jin, S.-E., Bae, J.W., Liu, Y. and Hong, S. Novel Polymer-Polymer and Polymer-Liposome Nanohybrid Systems as Potential Targeted Delivery Vehicles. University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Research Day 2010, Chicago, IL, USA

 

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