Steven L. Regen

University Distinguished Professor
(610) 758-4842
Sinclair Lab, Room 304B
Research Interests: 
Lipids and Membranes
Drug Delivery
Drug Design
Langmuir-Blodgett films
Teaching Interests: 
Lipids and membranes
Organic Chemistry
Undergraduate Research en masse

Research interests include supramolecular chemistry applied to problems in materials science, biology and medicine

Selected Recent Publications:

Wang, C.; Yu, Y.; Regen, S. L. Lipid Raft Formation: Key Role of Polyunsaturated Phospholipids. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 201756, 1639-1642.

Lin, C.; Stedronsky, E.; Regen, S. L. pKa-Dependent Facilitated Transport of CO2 Across Hyperthin Polyelectrolyte Multilayers, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces20179, 19525-19528.

Mukai, M.; Regen, S. L. Lipid Raft Formation Driven By Push and Pull Forces, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 2017, 90, 1083-1087.

Feigman, M. S.; Kim, S.; Pidgeon, S. E.; Yu, Y.; Ongwae, G. M.; Patel, D. S.; Regen, S.L.; Im. W.; Pires, M. M. Synthetic Immunotherapeutics Against Gram-negative Pathogens. Cell Chem. Biol.  201818, 30190-30199 

Lin, C.; Jordan, L R..; Stedronsky, E. R.; Wittenberg, N. J.; Regen, S. L. A Plug and Socket Approach For Tightening Polyelectrolyte Multilayers, ChemComm201854, 9769-9772.

Wang, C.; Almeida, P. F.; Regen, S.L., Net Interactions That Push Cholesterol Away From Unsaturated Phospholipids Are Driven By Enthalpy. Biochemistry201857, 6637-6643.

Pramanik, N. B.; Tian, C.; Stedronsky, E. R.; Regen, S. L. Layer-By-Layer Assembly Modulated By Host-Guest Binding. ACS Appl. Polym. Mater., 20191, 141-144.

Pramanik, N. B.; Regen, S. L. Layer-By-Layer Assembly of a Polymer of Intrinsic Microporosity:  Targeting the CO2/N2 Separation Problem. Chem. Commun., 201955, 4347-4350.

Pramanik, N. B.; Regen, S. L. Hyperthin Membranes for Gas Separations via Layer-by-Layer Assembly.  Chem. Rec., 201919, 1-12.