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Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology
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Maxine J McCall

Senior Research Scientist CSIRO Advanced Materials TCP (Nanosafety) CSIRO Food and Nutrition Australia

Maxine J McCall is a University-qualified senior research scientist and consultant with extensive expertise across chemistry, molecular biology, structural biology, nanotechnologies and nanosafety. She has led large teams of multi-disciplinary research scientists, and liaised with Government agencies and private companies, nationally and internationally, to deliver peer-reviewed publications, commissioned reports, and commercialisable technologies. Successful outcomes have been achieved by following three guiding principles: have respect for all colleagues, use effective communication, and be practical. She is currently working as a Nanosafety Coordinator and Principal Research Scientist at CSIRO. She has developed RNA-DNA hybrid catalysts as therapeutics to cleave deleterious RNA; developed micro-arrays containing modified DNA probes that diminish mis-pairing with target DNA; developed methods for attaching synthetic DNA to carbon nanotubes and other nanoparticles for directed self-assembly of nanomaterials into functional devices; Coordinator of CSIRO's Nanosafety research program. She has published many resaerch articles in various national and international scientific journals.

Research Interest

Maxine J McCall’s research interests include the investigation of the impacts of manufactured nanomaterials on human health and the natural environment,  Nanotechnology, Molecular Biology, Structural Biology, Nanomaterials, Nanoparticles, DNA, Catalysis, Carbon Nanotubes, Mass Spectrometry, Materials Science


Surface Coatings Protect against the In vitro Toxicity of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles in Human Hepatic Stellate Cells

Megan J Osmond-McLeod*, Yalchin Oytam, Ronald IW Osmond, Fariborz Sobhanmanesh, Maxine J McCall

Research Article: J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2014, 5:232

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