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  1. Langer holds over 1,400 granted or pending patents. He is one of the world's most highly cited researchers and his h-index is now 306 with currently over 381,489 citations. He is a widely recognized and cited researcher in biotechnology, especially in the fields of drug delivery systems and tissue engineering.

  2. He is the most cited engineer in history (h-index 304 with over 374,000 citations according to Google Scholar). He served as a member of the United States Food and Drug Administration’s SCIENCE Board, the FDA’s highest advisory board, from 1995 — 2002 and as its Chairman from 1999-2002. Dr. Langer has received over 220 major awards.

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  4. Robert Samuel Langer, Jr. FREng[2] is an American chemical engineer, scientist, entrepreneur, inventor and one of the twelve Institute Professors at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[3] For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Robert S. Langer. Home News Random Article Install Wikiwand Send a suggestion

  5. Robert S. Langer. Está considerado el padre de la liberación inteligente de fármacos, por el desarrollo de novedosos materiales biomiméticos en forma de polímeros, nanopartículas o chips, que posibilitan la distribución controlada de fármacos por el cuerpo humano. Robert Langer ( Albany, Nueva York, 29 de agosto de 1948) es un ingeniero estadounidense conocido por su investigación en el mundo de los nanomateriales y ser el del padre de la liberación inteligente de fármacos.

  6. Robert Samuel Langer, Jr. Born (1948-08-29) August 29, 1948(age 70) Albany, New York, U.S. Residence United States Alma mater Cornell University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Known for Controlled drug delivery and tissue engineering Awards Gairdner Foundation International Award(1996) Charles Stark Draper Prize(2002) John Fritz Medal(2003)

  7. Robert S. Langer (born August 29, 1948 in Albany, New York) is an American engineer and the David H. Koch Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was formerly the Germeshausen Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering and maintains activity in the department of chemical engineering and the department of biological engineering at MIT.

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