Udayabhanu Jammalamadaka

Udayabhanu Jammalamadaka
Rice University

Ph. D (Biomedical Engineering), M.S (Molecular Sciences and Nanotechnology), Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Additional affiliations
June 2021 - present
Rice University
Position
  • Laboratory Manager
April 2017 - May 2021
Washington University in St. Louis
Position
  • Researcher
September 2016 - March 2017
Strategic Biomedicals LLC
Position
  • Managing Director
Education
August 2010 - August 2016
Louisiana Tech University
Field of study
  • Biomedical Engineering

Publications

Publications (38)
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OBJECTIVE Head trauma is the most common indication for a CT scan. In this pilot study, the authors assess the feasibility of a 5-minute high-resolution 3D golden-angle (GA) stack-of-stars radial volumetric interpolated breath-hold examination (VIBE) MRI sequence (GA-VIBE) to obtain clinically acceptable cranial bone images and identify cranial vau...
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Rationale: Alpha particle emitting radiopharmaceuticals are generating considerable interest for the treatment of disseminated metastatic disease. Molecular imaging of the distribution of these agents is critical to safely and effectively maximize the clinical potential of this emerging drug class. The present studies aim to investigate the feasibi...
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Objective: The COVID-19 pandemic has precipitated widespread shortages of filtering facepiece respirators (FFRs) and the creation and sharing of proposed substitutes (novel designs, repurposed materials) with limited testing against regulatory standards. We aimed to categorically test the efficacy and fit of potential N95 respirator substitutes us...
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Reliable (accurate and precise) quantification of dose requires reliable absolute quantification of regional activity uptake. This is especially challenging for alpha-particle emitting radiopharmaceutical therapies ({\alpha}-RPTs) due to the complex emission spectra, the very low number of detected counts, the impact of stray-radiation-related nois...
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The use of facemasks is proven to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus and other biological agents that cause disease. Various forms of facemasks, made using different materials, are being used extensively, and it is important to determine their performance characteristics. The size-dependent filtration efficiency and breathing resistance of hous...
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Novel designs and materials for filtering face-piece respirators (FFRs) have been disseminated in response to shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since filtration efficiency depends on particle diameter and air face velocity, the relevance of material filtration or prototype fit data depends on test conditions. We investigate whether characteri...
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Rationale and Objective: 3D printing allows innovative solutions for personal protective equipment, particularly in times of crisis. Our goal was to generate an N95-alternative 3D printed respirator that passed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)-certified quantitative fit testing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Materials and Me...
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Objective: There is an unmet need to perform imaging in young children and obtain CT-equivalent cranial bone images without subjecting the patients to radiation. In this study, the authors propose using a high-resolution fast low-angle shot golden-angle 3D stack-of-stars radial volumetric interpolated breath-hold examination (GA-VIBE) MRI sequence...
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3D printing is an additive manufacturing technology, which permits innovative approaches for incorporating antibiotics into 3D printed constructs. Antibiotic-incorporating applications in medicine have included medical implants, prostheses, along with procedural and surgical instruments. 3D-printed antibiotic-impregnated devices offer the advantage...
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Additive manufacturing has great potential for personalized medicine in osseous fixation surgery, including maxillofacial and orthopedic applications. The purpose of this study was to demonstrate 3D printing methods for the fabrication of patient-specific fixation implants that allow for localized drug delivery. 3D printing was used to fabricate ge...
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Background: Selected medical implants and other 3D printed constructs could potentially benefit by the ability to incorporate contrast agents into their structure. The purpose of the present study is to create 3D printed surgical meshes impregnated with iodinated, gadolinium, and barium contrast agents and characterize their computed tomography (CT...
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Rationale and Objectives: Additive manufacturing may be used as a form of personalized medicine in interventional radiology by allowing for the creation of customized bioactive constructs such as catheters that can act as a form of localized drug delivery. The purpose of the present in vitro study was to use three-dimensional (3D) printing to const...
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Three-dimensional printing has significant potential as a fabrication method in creating scaffolds for tissue engineering. The applications of 3D printing in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering are limited by the variety of biomaterials that can be used in this technology. Many researchers have developed novel biomaterials and...
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Three-dimensional (3D) printing holds tremendous potential as a tool for patient-specific devices. This proof-of- concept study demonstrated the feasibility, antimicrobial properties, and computed tomography (CT) imaging characteristics of iodine/polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) 3D meshes and stents. Under scanning electron microscopy, cross-linked PVA disp...
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Nanogels are hydrogels formed by connecting nanoscopic micelles dispersed in an aqueous medium, which give an opportunity for incorporating hydrophilic payloads to the exterior of the micellar networks and hydrophobic payloads in the core of the micelles. Biomedical and pharmaceutical applications of nanogels have been explored for tissue regenerat...
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The success of an implant depends on the type of biomaterial used for its fabrication. An ideal implant material should be biocompatible, inert, mechanically durable, and easily moldable. The ability to build patient specific implants incorporated with bioactive drugs, cells, and proteins has made 3D printing technology revolutionary in medical and...
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Osteomyelitis is typically a bacterial infection (usually from Staphylococcus) or, more rarely, a fungal infection of the bone. It can occur in any bone in the body, but it most often affects the long bones (leg and arm), vertebral (spine), and bones of the foot. Microbial success in osteomyelitis is due to their ability to form biofilms which inhi...
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Nasoalveolar molding of the cleft lip, nose, and alveolar palate has been a successful strategy for the restoration of oronasal function and appearance, but it has some drawbacks. The temporary implant that is inserted before surgical reconstruction is a large appliance requiring numerous adjustments, it can irritate delicate soft tissues, and inte...
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Previous studies have established halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) as viable nanocontainers capable of sustained release of a variety of antibiotics, corrosion agents, chemotherapeutics and growth factors either from their lumen or in outer surface coatings. Accordingly, halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) hold great promise as drug delivery carriers in the fie...
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3D printing has the potential to deliver personalized implants and devices for obstetric and gynecologic applications. The aim of this study is to engineer customizable and biodegradable 3D printed implant materials that can elute estrogen and/or progesterone. All 3D constructs were printed using polycaprolactone (PCL) biodegradable polymer laden w...
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LC-MS/MS chromatogram. LC-MS/MS chromatogram of the standard hormone solutions showing the E1, E2, E3 and Progesterone peaks. (TIF)
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Chromatographic LC/MS analysis. Chromatographic LC/MS analysis of the 3D printed constructs with control, E1, E2, E3 and Progesterone hormones. (TIF)
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Halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) were investigated as a platform for tunable nanoparticle composition and enhanced opacity in poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) bone cement. Hal-loysite has been widely used to increase the mechanical properties of various polymer matrices, in stark contrast to other fillers such as barium sulfate that provide opacity but...
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Post-operative complications due to infections are the most common problems that occur following dental and orthopedic implant surgeries and bone repair procedures. Blood samples randomly collected from postmortem donors showed a 26% bacterial contamination rate. Preventing post-surgical infections is therefore a critical need that current polymeth...
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Background: 3D printing of surgical meshes represents potential for advancement in hernia repair. The purpose of this proof of concept study was to develop 3D printed surgical meshes with the ability to elute bioactive compounds in an in vitro model. Methods: Using 3D printing, gentamicin coated polylactic acid (PLA) pellets were used to fabricate...
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A major factor contributing to the failure of orthopedic and orthodontic implants is post-surgical infection. Coating metallic implant surfaces with anti-microbial agents has shown promise but does not always prevent the formation of bacterial biofilms. Furthermore, breakdown of these coatings within the human body can cause release of the anti-mic...
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The use of nanomaterials for improving drug delivery methods has been shown to be advantageous technically and viable economically. This study employed the use of halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) as nanocontainers, as well as enhancers of structural integrity in electrospun poly-e-caprolactone (PCL) scaffolds. HNTs were loaded with amoxicillin, Brillian...
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Calcium Phosphate Cements (CPCs) with osteoconductive properties are limited in their applications because of their poor mechanical properties. This study investigated the additive effect of dexamethasone-doped halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) on the mechanical properties of CPCs. HNTs are nanosized tubes with aluminosilicate composition. Physicochemica...
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Post-operative complications due to infections are the most common problems that occur following dental and orthopedic implant surgeries and bone repair procedures. Preventing post-surgical infections is therefore a critical need that current Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) bone cement fail to address. Calcium phosphate cements (CPCs) are unique i...
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Calcium phosphate cements (CPCs) with osteoconductive properties are limited in their applications because of their poor mechanical properties. This study investigated the additive effect of Dexamethasone-doped Halloysite Nanotubes (HNTs on the mechanical properties of CPCs. HNTs are nanosized tubes with alumino-silicate composition. Physico-chemic...

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