TechConnect World 2019
 

Nanomedicine

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Symposium Chair

Thomas J. WebsterThomas J. Webster
Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University

Key Speakers

Huinan LiuNanostructured Materials for Improving the Cellular Interface.
Huinan Liu
Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of California, Riverside

Debra AugusteDual targeted drug delivery intercedes proliferation and migration of breast cancer
Debra Auguste
Professor, Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University

Esther ChangSGT-53, a tumor-targeting nanomedicine, converts glioblastomas that are unresponsive to immune checkpoint inhibition to responders
Esther Chang
Professor, Department of Oncology, Georgetown University Medical Center

Geetha ManivasagamSmart micro/nano engineered implant surfaces – A platform for osteogenesis
Geetha Manivasagam
Director & Sr. Professor, VIT, India

Atomic Layer Deposition for Life Science Applications
Ganesh Sundaram
VP Applied Technology, Veeco Compound Semiconductor

Thomas J. WebsterTwo Decades of Commercializing Nanotechnology for Medical Devices: Real Products Helping Real Humans
Thomas J. Webster
Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University

 

Symposium Sessions

Monday June 17

10:30Nanomedicine Keynotes
1:30Raman Spectroscopy as a Rapid Clinical Diagnostic Tool

Tuesday June 18

8:30Biotechnology Keynotes
10:30Gold & Silver Nanoparticles in Medicine
1:30Nanoparticles in Diagnostics & Imaging
4:00Nanomedicine: Posters

Symposium Program

Monday June 17

10:30Nanomedicine Keynotes
SGT-53, a tumor-targeting nanomedicine, converts glioblastomas that are unresponsive to immune checkpoint inhibition to responders
E.H. Chang, Georgetown University Medical Center, US
Dual targeted drug delivery intercedes proliferation and migration of breast cancer
D. Auguste, Northeastern University, US
Nanostructured Materials for Improving the Cellular Interface.
H. Liu, University of California, Riverside, US
Smart micro/nano engineered implant surfaces – A platform for osteogenesis
G. Manivasagam, VIT, IN
Atomic Layer Deposition for Life Science Applications
G. Sundaram, Veeco Compound Semiconductor, US
1:30Raman Spectroscopy as a Rapid Clinical Diagnostic Tool
Biomimetic Photonic Crystal based SERS substrates for Biomolecule Detection
P. Macha, M.C. Vasudev, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, US
Single molecule surface-enhanced Raman (SERS) using liposome-gold conjugates
W. Lum, L. Sagle, University of Cincinnati, US
Bioorthogonal Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy for Real-Time Monitoring of Drug Uptakes and Delivery in Living Cells
Z. Huang, National University of Singapore, SG
Carbon nanotube-based ER and HER2 detection in breast cancer by Raman spectroscopy
L.D. e Souza, N. Y-W. Tang, R.O. do Nascimento, S. Mal, L. Gaboury, R. Martel, Université de Montréal - Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC), CA

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
10:30Gold & Silver Nanoparticles in Medicine
Silver & Gold Advanced Materials and Devices
T. Keel, World Gold Council & Silver Institute, US
Gold and silver nanoparticles for rapid diagnostics in infectious diseases
K. Hamad-Schifferli, University of Massachusetts, Boston, US
Gold Nanorods: An Ideal Material for Plasmonic Photothermal Cancer Therapy
L. Pagliaro, Siva Therapeutics, Inc., US
Discriminated properties of PEI functionalized gold nanoparticles (Au-PEIs) predetermined by synthetic routes of ligand exchange and reduction processes: Paths and Fates
T.J. Cho, J.M. Gorham, J.M. Pettibone, V.A. Hackley, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
Biologic targeting of nanozymes through biomolecular surface corona
H.K. Daima, Amity University Rajasthan, IN
Quercetin synthesized amylase capped metal nanozymes for industrial applications
P.N. Navya, S. Sanjana, M.U. Medha, R. Madhyastha, H. Madhyastha, S.P. Srinivas, M. Maruyama, H.K. Daima, Siddaganga Institute of Technology, IN
1:30Nanoparticles in Diagnostics & Imaging
Gold Nanoprisms as Optical Coherence Tomography Signal Amplifiers for Contrast Enhanced Imaging of Tumor Microvasculatures In Vivo
P. Si, E. Yuan, O. Liba, Y. Winetraub, S. Yousefi, E. SoRelle, D. Yecies, R. Dutta, A. de la Zerda, Stanford University, US
It Only Takes One: Chronic Inflammation and Pain Control with a Single Dose of a Targeted Nanomedicine
J. Janjic, L. Liu, M. Herneisey, E. Lambert, F. Zor, H. Karagoz, V. Gorantla, Duquesne University, US
Fluorescent and Magnetic Stellate Mesoporous Silica for Bimodal Imaging and Magnetic Hyperthermia
F. Perton, M. Tasso, G.A. Muñoz Medina, M. Ménard, C. Blanco-Andujar, E. Portiansky, M.B. Fernández van Raap, D. Bégin, F. Meyer, S. Bégin-Colin, D. Mertz, CONICET, AR
Phage-mimicking, infection reporting, fluorescent antibacterial nanoparticles to detect and clear infectious agents from wounds.
P. Nallathamby, University of Notre Dame, US
Fluorescent organic nanoparticles demonstrating high FRET efficiency for their use as bioimaging probes
J. Morla-Folch, G. Vargas-Nadal, A. Ardizzone, S. Kurhuzenkau, S. Illa-Tuset, M. Kober, C. Sissa, J. Faraudo, K.D. Belfield, A. Painelli, J. Veciana, N. Ventosa, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), US
Metamaterial-Enhanced MRI Shielding Solutions
T. Vargo, K. Grossman, J. Miragliotta, A. Hope, Integument Technologies, Inc., US
Nanoparticle-based Drug Delivery Platforms for Enhanced Chemoradiation of Colorectal Cancer
A. DuRoss, M. Metcalf, J. Rosch, M. Neufeld, C. Sun, Oregon State University, College of Pharmacy, US
4:00Nanomedicine: Posters
Extraction of Creatinine and Urea by Adsorption onto Pure Micro-And Mesoporous Silica Materials
G. Benbakhta, M. Mokhtari, Hadj Hamaizi, University Oran, DZ
Cytotoxic Effects of Short Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes on Pancreatic Cancer Cells
J.C.K. Lai, V. Desai, Y. Zhang, A. Bhushan, S. Leung, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
Enhancement of Effects of Chitosan and Nanoparticles on Pancreatic Cancer Cells by Combination Treatments with the Anti-Cancer Drug Adriamycin
J.C.K. Lai, W. Gao, A. Bhushan, S. Leung, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticle Conjugated with Ginsenoside Compound K and Insect Peptide for the Anticancer and Ant-inflammatory Activities
Y. Liu, Y-J Kim, Kyung Hee University, KR
Effect of Sonication on Particicle Dispersion and Toxicity of Graphene Oxide
D. Diaz-Diestra, B. Thapa, J. Carpena, F. Fisol, N. Konduru, J. Beltran-Huarac, G. Morell, B. Weiner, University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras, US

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Topics & Application Areas

  • Nanomaterials for Imaging
  • Nanomaterials for Drug & Gene Delivery
  • Innovative Biomaterials
  • Nanomedicine Synthesis, Distribution & Bioavailability
  • Nanomedical Devices
  • Modeling & Bioinformatics
  • Nanomedicine Clinical Trials: Challenges & Results
  • Other
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