Matthew Hudson

Research Interests

  • Understanding the role of EVs in physiological and pathological processes.
  • Utilizing EVs from circulation and other body fluids as biomarkers of presence of disease, progression of disease, and effectiveness of therapeutics and treatments.
  • Engineering EVs for targeted therapeutic delivery

Education

  • Postdoctoral Fellow: Department of Medicine, Emory University (2015)
  • PhD: University of Florida (2011)
  • MS: Appalachian State University (2007)
  • BS: University of Wyoming (2005)

Funding

1 R01 NS102157   |    Hudson (Co-I)     |    9/28/2017-7/31/2022
Title: BEHAVIORAL- AND BIO-MARKERS OF SUBCONCUSSION WITH CONTROLLED HUMAN HEAD IMPACT

NIH T34 GM087239  |    Hudson (Mentor)     |    2015-2017
Title: TEMPLE UNIVERSITY MARC U*STAR PROGRAM

DoD Army Research Lab  |    Hudson (Co-I)     |    2016-2017
Title: Material Development, Characterization and Computational Modeling-Brain Injury, Recovery, Resilience and Injury Prevention.

Matthew Hudson
Assistant Professor

201V Health Science Complex
302-831-6106
mbhudson@udel.edu

Molecular Physiology Laboratory
Applied Physiology PhD Faculty Advisor

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