Tom Anchordoquy

Thomas Anchordoquy PhD

Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Email Address:

Primary Phone: 303-724-6113

Cell Phone: 720-560-0859

Office Location:

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building (V20)
Fourth Floor Room 4120

Research Interests:

  • Nanoparticle-mediated gene delivery
  • Lyophilization and stability
  • Small molecule formulation
  • Immune response to nanoparticle administration
  • Exploiting exosome biology

Representative publications and videos:

Betker JL, Angle BM, Graner MW, Anchordoquy TJ. The Potential of Exosomes from Cow Milk for Oral Delivery. J. Pharm. Sci. 108:1496-1505 (2019).

Betker JL, Jones D, Childs CR, Helm KM, Terrell K, Nagel MA, Anchordoquy TJ. Nanoparticle uptake by circulating leukocytes: A major barrier to tumor delivery. J. Cont. Rel. 286:85-93 (2018).

Payton, NM, Wempe MF, Xu Y, Anchordoquy TJ. Long Term Storage of Lyophilized Liposomal Formulations. J. Pharm. Sci. 103:3869–3878 (2014).

Epilepsy drug modified by CU Pharmacy professor under clinical trial - Video

CU Scientists Develop Skin Cancer Prevention Lotion - Video

Edible Chemotherapy Created from Raw Milk! - Video