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Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery

Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery

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Symposium Chairs

Steven ZulloSteven Zullo
Program Director
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB)/NIH

Thomas AnchordoquyThomas Anchordoquy
Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Colorado

Maggie ScullyMaggie Scully
Sr. Strategic Business Development Analyst, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Key Speakers

Moein MoghimiTargeting of Microglial cells and Neurons with an Intravenously Injected Nanosystem
Moein Moghimi
Founder, S.M. Discovery Group, UK; Professor of Pharmaceutics and Nanomedicine, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Dennis DischerThe Macrophage Checkpoint in Cancer: from nanoparticles & viruses to blockade therapy
Dennis Discher
Robert D. Bent chaired Professor, University of Pennsylvania

Anna SchwendemanPersonalizPersonalized vaccine nanodiscs for elimination of established tumorsed vaccine nanodiscs for elimination of established tumors
Anna Schwendeman
Research Assistant Professor, Center for Advanced Models and Translational Sciences and Therapeutics (CAMTraST), University of Michigan

Thomas AnchordoquyUsing Exosomes from Cow Milk for Oral Delivery
Thomas Anchordoquy
Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Colorado

Maggie ScullyPartnering with Frederick National Lab for Nano-based Drug Delivery
Maggie Scully
Sr. Strategic Business Development Analyst, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research

Samantha A. MeenachDevelopment of Nanoparticle-Based Systems Capable of Penetrating Physiological Barriers
Samantha A. Meenach
Assistant Professor, University of Rhode Island

 

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 18

8:30Biotechnology Keynotes
1:30Materials for Drug and Gene Delivery I

Wednesday June 19

10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery II
1:30The Future of Drug and Gene Delivery Discussion Panel
4:00Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery: Posters

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 18

8:30Biotechnology Keynotes
Engineered Biomaterials to Improve Human Health
G. Camci-Unal, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, US
Two Decades of Commercializing Nanotechnology for Medical Devices: Real Products Helping Real Humans
T.J. Webster, Northeastern University, US
Development of Particulates Capable of Penetrating Physiological Barriers
S.A. Meenach, G. Jakaria, N. Shah, University of Rhode Island, US
1:30Materials for Drug and Gene Delivery I
The Use of Exosomes from Cow Milk for Oral Drug Delivery
J.L. Betker, B.M. Angle, M.W. Graner, T.J. Anchordoquy, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, US
Engineering nanoscale exosomes for targeted delivery of imaging and therapeutic reagents to hematopoietic stem cells
Z. Ehlinger, A. Beard, D. Levy, M.A. Do, B. Lu, Santa Clara University, US
Formulation of Peptide Loaded Layer-by-Layer Nanoparticles Targeting PepT1 Intestinal Transporters: A new strategy for oral peptide delivery
B. Gourdon, C. Chemin, J.-M. Péan, P.T. Hammond, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Engineering Nanoparticles for Internalization and Transport in Pulmonary Epithelia
M.D. Golam Jakaria, S. Meenach, University of Rhode Island, US
pH-Sensitive Liposome Drug Carrier System as a Novel Treatment for Brain Infection Diseases
C. Bartomeu Garcia, D. Shi, T.J. Webster, Northeastern University, US
Silk-based nano- and microencapsulation of bioactive drugs for controlled delivery
X. Wang, J. Wu, H. Gong, Y. Wang, Z. Zheng, G. Li, D. Kaplan, Soochow University, CN
Partnering with Frederick National Lab for Nano-based Drug Delivery
M. Scully, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer, US

Wednesday June 19

10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery II
Personalized vaccine nanodiscs for elimination of established tumors
R. Kuai, J.J. Moon, A. Schwendeman, University of Michigan, US
Targeting of Microglial cells and Neurons with an Intravenously Injected Nanosystem
S.M. Moghimi, Z.S. Farhangrazi, Newcastle University, UK
Nanosystems for modulation of Immunity for therapy of cancer and autoimmune disease
T. Fahmy, Yale University, US
ROS-Degradable Polyrotaxane Nanochelation Therapy for Safely Restoring Systemic and Hepatic Iron Levels to Normal
M. Xiong, University of Georgia, US
“Marker of Self” CD47 on nanoparticles and viruses decreases macrophage-mediated clearance and increases delivery
D.E. Discher, University of Pennsylvania, US
1:30The Future of Drug and Gene Delivery Discussion Panel
Session chair: Thomas Anchordoquy, University of Colorado, US
M. Moghimi, Newcastle University, UK
A. Schwendeman, University of Michigan, US
D. Discher, University of Pennsylvania, US
M. Scully, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, US
4:00Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery: Posters
Orally Absorbed Milk Protein-Shelled Gold Nanoparticle for Photothermal Therapy to Glioblastoma Multiforme
H. Kim, D.Y. Lee, Hanyang University, KR
Nanofiber sodium carboxymethyl cellulose-graft-methyl acrylate/poly(ethylene oxide) Core–Shell Scaffolds for potential drug-delivery applications
A. Esmaeili, M. Haseli, Department of Chemical Engineering, North Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, PO Box 19585/936, Tehran, Iran, IR
N-FUNCTIONALIZED CARBON NANODOTS, EVALUATION AS NANO-CARRIERS FOR DRUG DELIVERY APPLICATION
K.F. Fagbenro-Owoseni, S. Saifullah, M. Imram, P. Samina, T.M. Fasina, I.A. Olasupo, R. Komal, A. Imdad, R.M. Shah, L.A. Adams, University of Lagos, NG
Polycaprolactone nanoparticles carrying citronella and lemon essential oils: potential antifungal activity
E. C.S. Silva, L.L. Tundisi, J.A. Ataide, A.F. Jozala, P.G. Mazzola, UNICAMP - University of Campinas, BR
Baru nuts (Dipteryx alata) extract: activity evaluation and nanoencapsulation
J.C. Coco, B.S. Santos, J.A. Ataide, L.L. Tundisi, E.B. Tambourgi, A.F. Jozala, P.G. Mazzola, University of Campinas (Unicamp), BR
Investigating of irradiation on AU nano particles
N.S. Shakib, payame-Noor University, IR
PREPARATION AND IN VITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF DOXORUBICIN LOADED CARBON DOTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF OVARIAN CANCER.
P. Sharma, N. Dubey, S. Ramteke, D. Jain, N.K. Jain, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, IN
Effect of chitosan sources on nanoparticles physicochemical properties
J.A. Ataide, E.F. Gérios, L.C. Cefali, A.R. Fernandes, M.C. Teixeira, R.E. Ferreira, E.B. Tambourgi, A.F. Jozala, M.V. Chaud, L.O. Nascimento, E.B. Souto, P.G. Mazzola, University of Campinas (Unicamp), BR
Novel biomimetic inhalable nanoparticles for sustained lung cancer drug delivery
A. Gonsalves, D. Dhamecha, J.U. Menon, University of Rhode Island, US
Improved proapoptotic effects and increased water solubility of 4-thiazolidinone-based anticancer drug with PEG-containing polymeric nanocarrier
L. Kobylinska, I. Ivasechko, N. Skorohyd, R. Panchuk, N. Mitina, A. Zaichenko, R. Lesyk, S.G. Vari, Danylo Halitsky Lviv National Medical University, UA
pH-sensitive niosomes for targeted delivery
M.C. Pereira, M. Pianella, D. Wei, A. Moshnikova, C. Marianecci, M. Carafa, O.A. Andreev, Y.K. Reshetnyak, Cedarville University, US
A clinical study for assessment of safety and effectiveness in chronic diseases of SKB108 - drug comprising of small molecules
A. Kumar, P. Kumar, SK Biotherapeutics Pvt. Ltd., IN
Personalized nanomedicine for the treatment of vascular hypertension in polycystic kidney disease models
R. Pala, S.M. Nauli, University of California Irvine, US
New Nasal Delivery System improves Olfactory Targeting with Electrostatic Control
J. Xi, X.A. Si, California Baptist University, US
FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MIGRAINE TARGETED GLIADIN NASAL NANOFORMUALTION
A. Dubey, N. Dubey, S. Ramteke, D. Jain, SOPS,RGPV, IN
Innovation Without Disruption : Enabling Standard Pharmaceutical Prefillable Syringes To Deliver Microliter Injections
G. Shetty, CONGRUENCE MEDICAL SOLUTIONS LLC, US
Physicochemical and aerodynamical analysis of inhalable nanoemulsion system loaded with docetaxel and curcumin for lung cancer treatment via pulmonary route
M.B.A. Rahman, A.A. Asmawi, N. Salim, E. Abdmalek, M.J Masarudin, Universiti Putra Malaysia, MY
Time Lapse Living Cell Imaging to Monitor Doxorubicin Release from DNA Origami Nanostructures
R. Wang, Missouri University of Science and Technology, US

The 14th Annual Materials for Drug and Gene Delivery symposium will continue our focus on promising new materials and approaches for encapsulation, targeting & delivery for therapeutic and diagnostic applications in a range of disease areas. Submit your abstract and plan to participate in this dynamic event.

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Nanoparticle-Based Encapsulation, Targeting & Delivery
  • Controlled Release & Half Life Extension
  • Biologic Targeting & Delivery
  • Delivery of Cancer Diagnostics & Therapeutics
  • Characterization & Imaging for Health Care/Biomedical Materials
  • Novel Delivery Systems
  • Other
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