Department of Medicine

Department of Medicine

  Division of Cardiology

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photo Bin Qin, PhD

Research Instructor of Medicine


Research Interest
Dr. Qin’s research interest is focused on developing novel targeted drug and gene delivery system for cancer therapy. His current emphasis at the Center for Ultrasound Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics includes development of microbubble platforms for applications of gene therapy, molecular imaging and angiography.
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Selected Publications:
Helfield B, Black JJ, Qin B, Pacella JJ, Chen X, Villanueva FS. Fluid viscosity affects the cavitation of lipid encapsulated microbubbles for therapeutic applications. Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology. 2016; 42(3): 782-94.
Helfield B, Chen X, Qin B, Villanueva FS. Individual lipid encapsulated microbubble radial oscillations: Effects of fluid viscosity. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 2016; 139(1): 204-14.
Yu, FTH, Chen, X, Wang, J, Qin B, Villanueva FS. Low Intensity Ultrasound Mediated Liposomal Doxorubicin Delivery Using Polymer Microbubbles. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 2016; 13(1): 55-64.
Shukla R, Qin B, Cheng K. Peptides used in the delivery of small noncoding RNA. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 2014; 11(10): 3395-3408.
Qin B, Chen Z, Wei J, Cheung K. Development of cholesteryl peptide micelles for siRNA delivery. Journal of Controlled Release. 172(1):159-168. Journal of Controlled Release. 2013; 172(1): 159-168.
Minocha M, Khurana V, Qin B, Pal D, Mitra A. Enhanced brain accumulation of pazopanib by modulating P-gp and Bcrp1 mediated efflux with canertinib or erlotinib. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 2012; 436(1-2): 127-34.
Tai W, Shukla R, Qin B, Li B, Cheng K. Development of a peptide-drug conjugate for prostate cancer therapy. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 2011; 8(3): 901-12.
Qin B, Tai W, Shukla RS, Cheng K. Identification of a LNCaP-specific binding peptide using phage display. Pharmaceutical Research. 2011; 28(10): 2422-34.
Ravi RS, Qin B, Cheng K. PCBP2 siRNA reverses the alcohol-induced pro-fibrogenic effect in hepatic stellate cells. Pharmaceutical Research. 2011; 28(12): 3058-68.
Qin B, Cheng K. Silencing of the IKKe gene by siRNA inhibits invasiveness and growth of breast cancer cells. Breast Cancer Research. 2010; 12(5): R74.