Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering Department
Stephanie Curley

Stephanie Curley

Job Title
Mary H. '80 and Richard K. Templeton '80 Assistant Professor
Steinmetz 215

Research interests

Novel uses of biologically derived nanoparticles, including:

  • Multifunctional delivery systems for the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
  • Vaccine platforms for the prevention of Lyme Disease

Teaching interests

Biomaterials, biomechanics, vaccine platforms


• Londhe, A.D., Bergeron, A., Curley, S.M., Zhang, F., Rivera, K.D., et al. (2020). “Regulation of PTP1B activation through disruption of redox-complex formation.” Nature Chemical Biology: 16(2), 122-125.

Curley, S.M.*, Almehmadi, L.M.*, Tokranova, N.A., Tenenbaum, S.A., and Lednev, I.K. (2019). “Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy for single molecule protein detection.” Scientific Reports: 9(1), 12356. *Equal contribution

Curley, S.M., Castracane, J., Bergkvist, M., Cady, N.C. (2018). “Functionalization and characterization of an MRI capable,targeted nanoparticle platform for delivery to the brain.” MRS Advances: 3(50), 3027-3032.

Curley, S.M.*, Aapawu, A.*, Dixon, A.R., Hali, M., Sinan, M., et al. (2018). “MRI compatible MS2 nanoparticles designed to cross the blood-brain barrier: providing a path towards tinnitus treatment.” Nanomedicine: 14(7),1999-2008. *Equal contribution

Curley, S.M. and Cady, N.C. (2018). “Biologically derived nanomaterials for targeted delivery to the brain.” Science Progress: 101(3), 273-292.

• Qin, Y., Ning, D., Zhang, P., Curley, S., Qiao, Y., et al. (2017). “Three-dimensional microtissues as an in vitro model for personalized radiation therapy.” Analyst: 142(19), 3605-3612.

Additional media

Academic credentials

B.S., Cornell University; Ph. D., University at Albany-SUNY