Nicole Day
Graduate Student • Shields Group


Honors BS Bioengineering, Oregon State University, 2019

Research Interests

Drug delivery, immunoengineering, soft materials and magnetic systems

Selected Publications

Nicole B. Day, Christopher R. Orear, Ambar C. Velazquez-Albino, Hayden J. Good, Andrii Melnyk, Carlos M. Rinaldi-Ramos, and C. Wyatt Shields IV (2023) Magnetic Cellular Backpacks for Spatial Targeting, Imaging, and Immunotherapy. ACS Applied Bio Materials, DOI: 10.1021/acsabm.3c00720.

Day, N.B.; Wixson, W.C.; Shields IV, C.W. (2021) Magnetic systems for cancer immunotherapy. Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B, 11(8), 2172-2196.

Mitrugno, A., Rigg, R. A., Laschober, N. B., Ngo, A. T., Pang, J., Williams, C. D., ... & McCarty, O. J. (2018) Potentiation of TRAP-6-induced platelet dense granule release by blockade of P2Y12 signaling with MRS2395. Platelets, 29(4), 383-394.