Nanomedicine Short Course 2019

The Midwest Nano Infrastructure Corridor hosted our second annual Nanomedicine Short Course on June 6-7, 2019.

The short course offered attendees an introduction to the world of nanomedicine, covering topics including nano-biosensors and nanoparticle drug delivery. The first day featured presenters from a variety of institutions and academic backgrounds, while the second day allowed participants to experience a hands-on lab session to learn more about techniques used in the field. Video sessions from the program can be found below. The workshop schedule is also available.

Goodbye Hospitals: Hello Implantable Nanosensors
Thomas Webster, Northeastern University

Synthesis of Colloidal Plasmonic Nanostructures in Confined Spaces
Yadong Yin, University of California Riverside

Plasmonic Nanoparticle Design for Commercial Diagnostic and Therapeutic Applications
Aaron Saunders, nanoComposix Inc.

Magnetic nanoparticle heating for therapy and drug delivery
Robert Ivkov, Johns Hopkins University

Polymer nanoarchitecture affects cellular and in vivo delivery of nucleic acids and genome editing
Theresa Reineke, University of Minnesota

Microsystems for cultivation and analysis of cells
Alexander Revzin, Mayo Clinic

Towards Ultrasensitive, High-speed Diagnostic Tests
Marc Porter, University of Utah

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