22. Reprogramming brain immunosurveillance with engineering cytokines. Tabet, Agarwal, Wittrup, Anikeeva et al, bioRxiv (2022). Link, PDF

21. Changes in Brain Neuroimmunology Following Injury and Disease. Tabet, Apra, Stranahan, Anikeeva, Frontiers Integrative Neuroscience (2022). Link, PDF

20. Intratumourally injected alum-tethered cytokines elicit potent and safer local and systemic anticancer immunity. Agarwal, Milling, Chang, Santollani, Sheen, Lutz, Tabet, Stinson, Ni, Rodrigues, Moyer, Melo, Irvine, Wittrup, Nature Biomedical Engineering (2022). Link, PDF

19. Maximizing response to intratumoral immunotherapy by tuning local retention. Momin, Palmeri, Lutz, Jalkani, Mak, Tabet, Chinn, Kang, Spanoudaki, Hynes, Wittrup, Nature Communications (2022). Link, PDF

18. Modular integration of hydrogel neural interfaces. Tabet, Antonini, Sahasrabudhe, Park, Rosenfeld, Koehler, Yuk, Hanson, Stinson, Stok, Zhao, Wang, Anikeeva, ACS Central Science (2021). Link, PDF

17. Customizing MRI-Compatible Multifunctional Neural Interfaces through Fiber Drawing. Antonini, Sahasrabudhe, Tabet, Schwalm, Rosenfeld, Garwood, Park, Loke, Khudiyev, Kanik, Corbin, Canales, Jasanoff, Fink, Anikeeva, Advanced Functional Materials (2021). Link, PDF

16. Polymer-Based Dual-Responsive Self-Emulsifying Nanodroplets as Potential Carriers for Poorly Soluble Drugs. Zhang, Zhang, Wang, Tabet, Hanson, Zhang, Zhu, and Wang, ACS Applied Bio Materials (2021). Link, PDF

15. Mucoadhesive Wafers Composed of Binary Polymer Blends for Sublingual Delivery and Preservation of Protein Vaccines. Hanson, Singh, Tabet, Sastry, Barry, Wang, Journal of Controlled Release (2021). Link, PDF

14. Scientists have a responsibility to the public. Tabet, MIT Science Policy Review 1 (2020). Link, PDF

13. Curable and Solvent Soluble Formulations and Methods of Making and Using Therof. Knopf, Omura, Hearon, Tabet, US20200062877A1 (2020). Link

12. Remotely Controlled Proton Generation for Neuromodulation. Park, Tabet, Moon, Chiang, Koehler, Sahasrabudhe, Anikeeva, Nano Letters (2020). Link, PDF

11. Applying Support-Vector Machine Learning Algorithms towards Predicting Host-Guest Interactions with Cucurbit[7]uril. Tabet*, Gebhart*, Wu, Readman, Pierson Smela, Rana, Baker, Bulstrode, Anikeeva, Rowitch, Scherman, PCCP 22 (2020). Link, PDF

10. Cucurbit[8]uril-derived graphene hydrogels. Rana, Tabet, Vigil, Balzer, Narkevicius, Finlay, Hallou, Rowitch, Bulstrode, Scherman, ACS Macro Letters 8, 1629-1634 (2019). Link, PDF

9. Protein-mediated gelation and nano-scale assembly of unfunctionalized hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate. Tabet*, Park*, Shilts, Sokolowski, Rana, Kamp, Warner, Hoogland, Scherman, F1000Research 7, 1827 (2019). Link

8. Mechanical Characterization of Human Brain Tissue and Soft Dynamic Gels Exhibiting Electromechanical Neuro-Mimicry. Tabet, Mommer, Vigil, Hallou, Bulstrode, Scherman Advanced Healthcare Materials 1900068 (2019). Link, PDF

7. Designing Next-Generation Local Drug Delivery Vehicles for Glioblastoma Adjuvant Chemotherapy: Lessons from the Clinic. Tabet*, Jensen*, Parkins, Patil, Watts, Scherman, Advanced Healthcare Materials 18, 1801391 (2019). Link, PDF

6. Modulating stiffness with photo-switchable supramolecular hydrogels. Tabet, Forster, Parkins, Wu, Scherman, Polymer Chemistry 10, 467-472 (2019). Link, PDF

5. Gels without Vapor Pressure: Soft, Nonaqueous, and Solvent‐Free Supramolecular Biomaterials for Prospective Parenteral Drug Delivery Applications. Tabet and Wang, Advanced Healthcare Materials 18, 1800908 (2018). Link, PDF

4. Renewables alone won’t save the planet. Kasam-Griffith and Tabet, Cambridge Writings (2018). Link

3. Low-cost, rapidly-developed, 3D printed in vitro corpus callosum model for mucopolysaccharidosis type I. Tabet, Gardner, Swanson, Crump, McMeekin, Gong, Tabet, Hacker, Nestrasil, F1000Research 5, 2811 (2017). Link

2. Quantitative criteria to benchmark new and existing bio-inks for cell compatibility. Dubbin*, Tabet*, Heilshorn, Biofabrication 9, 4 (2017). Link, PDF

1. Correlating solvent dynamics and chemical reaction rates using binary solvent mixtures and two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy. Jones, Huber, Spector, Tabet, Butler, Hang, Massari, Journal of Chemical Physics 142, 212441 (2015). Link, PDF

*denotes co-first authorship



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