Beth A. Goins is a biochemist with extensive experience in the manufacture, characterization, and radiolabeling of liposomes for drug delivery and imaging agent applications. Author of over 65 peer-reviewed publications, she is a co-inventor on several novel liposome formulations for lymph node, bone marrow, intracavitary, and intratumoral delivery. Dr. Goins has broad experience in the preclinical imaging of a variety of nanoparticles and is a pioneer in the application of cutting-edge imaging systems for the in vivo study of nanoparticle biodistribution and targeting.
William T. Phillips is a board-certified nuclear medicine physician who is active as both a clinician and a translational researcher. Author of more than 90 peer-reviewed articles in the field of medical imaging, he has been performing research in nanoimaging since his first publication in the field in 1991. Dr. Phillips is a co-inventor of several new methods for radiolabeling liposomal nanoparticles with both diagnostic and therapeutic radionuclides. Using noninvasive imaging, he has co-developed a wide variety of special liposome formulations for delivery to infectious and inflammatory processes, lymph nodes, and bone marrow as well as specific nanoliposome formulations for intraperitoneal and intratumoral radionuclide therapy.