Scientific/Medical Publications

O. B. Botvinnik, J. W. Kim, C. Birger, J. Rosenbluh, Y. Shrestha, M. Abazeed, P. S. Hammerman, O. Abudayyeh, D. DiCara, D. J. Konieczkowski, C. Johannessen,  A. R. Alizad-Rahvar, G.  Alexe, A. Aguirre, M. Ghandi, H. Greulich, F. Vazquez, B.  A.  Weir, E.  M. Van Allen, A. Liberzon, A. Tsherniak, D. D. Shao, T.  I. Zack, M. Noble, G.  Getz, R. Beroukhim, L. A. Garraway, M. Ardakani, C. Romualdi, G. Sales, D. A. Barbie, J.  Boehm, W. C. Hahn, J. P. Mesirov and P. Tamayo. “Mapping Genomic Alterations to Functional Profiles of Pathway Activation, Gene Dependency, and Drug Sensitivity,”, Submitted.

Konieczkowski, D. Johannessen, C., Abudayyeh, O., Kim, J.W., Cooper, Z., Piris, A., Frederick, D.T., Barzily-Rokni, M., Straussman, R., Mesirov, J., Hahn, W., Flaherty, K., Tamayo, P., Wargo, J., and Garraway, L. “A Melanoma Cell State Distinction Influences Sensitivity to MAPK Pathway Inhibitors,” Cancer Discovery, April 25, 2014.

Kwong, G., von Maltzahn, G., Murugappan, G., Abudayyeh, O., Mo, S., Papayannopoulos, I., Sverdio, D., and Bhatia, S., “‘Synthetic biomarkers’ for highly multiplexed urinary profiling of protease activities in vivo,” Nature Biotechnology, January 30, 2013.

Abudayyeh, O., “Nanoparticle-Chaperoned Urinary ‘Synthetic Biomarkers’ for Profiling Proteases in Cancer,” Bachelor of Science Thesis, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May, 2012.

Hogan, N. C., Talei-Franzesi, G., Abudayyeh, O., Taberner, A., Constantine-Paton, M., and Hunter, I., “Low-cost, Flexible Polymer Arrays for Long-Term Neuronal Culture,” Paper in the Proceedings of the EMBC 2012: The 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, San Diego, CA, August, 2012.

Other Publications

Abudayyeh, O., “Playing with fire? Linking Intelligence to Our Genetics,” Harvard Med Stud Rev 1(1): e5. March 2, 2014. (

Abudayyeh, O., Becwith, N., Frange, A., and Kumar, J. “Introducing the Harvard Medical Student Review,” Harvard Med Stud Rev 1(1): e1. March 2, 2014. (

Abudayyeh, O., “Higher education finally embraces the digital age,” Article in USA TODAY – College, February 14, 2013. (


Kwong, G., von Maltzahn, G., Abudayyeh, O., Mo, S., and Bhatia, S., “Synthetic Nanoparticle-chaperoned Urinary “biomarkers” for Noninvasive Cancer Diagnostics,” Proceedings of the Symposium LL: Biomimetic Engineering of Micro- and Nanoparticles, Materials Research Society, San Francisco, CA, April, 2011.

Brinas, R., Sundgren, A., Abudayyeh, O., Aknin Q.,  Young, H., Sanford, M., Barchi, J., “Modulation of the macrophage immune response using gold nanoparticles bearing tumor-associated carbohydrate antigens,” Proceedings of the 42nd Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Chemical Society of Washington, College Park, MD, March 2011.

Kwong, G., von Maltzahn, G., Abudayyeh, O., Mo, S., Murugappan, G., Papayannopoulos, I., and Bhatia, S., “Diagnostic peptide-nanoparticle probes for multiplexed profiling of tumor protease activity,” Proceedings of the 2010 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Austin, TX: October 6-9, 2010.

Hogan, N. C., Talei-Franzesi, G., Abudayyeh, O., Constantine-Paton, M., and Hunter, I., “A chip-based platform for long-term neuronal culture, stimulation, and imaging,” Proceedings of the 2009 Society for Neuroscience Annual Conference, Chicago, IL: October 17-21, 2009.

Abudayyeh, O., Brinas, R., Sanford, M., Young, H., and Barchi, J., “Gold Nanoparticles Bearing Tumor Associated Carbohydrate Antigens as a Cancer Vaccine Construct: Determination of their Antigen Coverage and Investigation of Cellular Uptake,” NIH Poster Day. Bethesda, MD, August 6th, 2009.

Jellies, J., Eskander, C., Abudayyeh, O., and Jellies, J., “Revising a View of Chemical Circuits: Multiple Diverse Synaptic Phenotypes Generated by a Single Identified Motor Neuron,” Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience: Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging, Detroit, MI, May 31st, 2008.



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