14. Mucoadhesive Wafers Composed of Binary Polymer Blends for Sublingual Delivery and Preservation of Protein Vaccines. Hanson, Singh, Tabet, Sastry, Barry, Wang J. Controlled Release (2020). Link, PDF


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


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

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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 Adv Healthcare Mater 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, Adv Healthcare Mater 18, 1801391 (2019). Link, PDF


6. Modulating stiffness with photo-switchable supramolecular hydrogels. Tabet, Forster, Parkins, Wu, Scherman, Polym Chem 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, Adv Healthcare Mater 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

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

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

*denotes co-first authorship

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