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Noreen J. Hickok, PhD

Contact Dr. Hickok

1015 Walnut Street
Curtis Building, Room 501
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6979
(215) 955-9159 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Prosthesis Selection
  2. Designing nanogel carriers for antibacterial applications
  3. Photo-activated porphyrin in combination with antibiotics: Therapies against Staphylococci
  4. Bacterial Interactions with Polyaryletheretherketone
  5. Reversible swelling of chitosan and quaternary ammonium modified chitosan brush layers: Effects of pH and counter anion size and functionality
  6. Covalent attachment of P15 peptide to titanium surfaces enhances cell attachment, spreading, and osteogenic gene expression
  7. Immobilized antibiotics to prevent orthopaedic implant infections
  8. Vancomycin-modified implant surface inhibits biofilm formation and supports bone-healing in an infected osteotomy model in sheep: A proof-of-concept study
  9. Antibacterial biomimetic hybrid films
  10. Molecular engineering of an orthopaedic implant: From bench to bedside
  11. Biofilm development on PEEK and titanium surfaces
  12. Symmetric pH-dependent swelling and antibacterial properties of chitosan brushes
  13. Antibacterial activity of bone allografts: Comparison of a new vancomycin-tethered allograft with allograft loaded with adsorbed vancomycin
  14. Vancomycin bonded to bone grafts prevents bacterial colonization
  15. Bacterial colonization of bone allografts: Establishment and effects of antibiotics
  16. Antibiotic modification of native grafts: Improving upon nature's scaffolds
  17. Topographic features retained after antibiotic modification of Ti alloy surfaces: Retention of topography with attachment of antibiotics
  18. A novel short hairpin RNA (shRNA) expression system promotes Sox9-dependent gene silencing
  19. Controlled release of vancomycin from thin sol-gel films on implant surfaces successfully controls osteomyelitis
  20. The inhibition of Staphylococcus epidermidis biofilm formation by vancomycin-modified titanium alloy and implications for the treatment of periprosthetic infection