Nanotechnology for In Vivo and In Vitro Imaging

Thursday, October 20, 2011: 3:15 PM
205 C (Minneapolis Convention Center)

The application of nanomaterials to the design of in vivo and in vitro imaging agents offers new possibilities for methods in diagnosis and therapy. Nanomaterials have properties such tunable electrochemical and optical character, high chemical or catalytic activity, large specific surface area, and small size. However, there are some issues in using these materials for in vivo and in vitro applications, including biocompatibility, toxicity, uptake, targeting. We seek papers pertaining to new configurations and compositions of nanomaterials that target these problems and are being used in in vivo and in vitro applications.


Yah-el Har-el

Pankaj Karande

3:15 PM
(747a) Carbon-Iron Oxide Fluorescent-Magnetic Nanocomposites for In Vivo Imaging
C. Jenny DorcÚna, Kristi Olesik and Jessica O. Winter

3:40 PM
(747b) Multimodal Bioimaging Agents Based On Luminescent Silicon Quantum Dots
Folarin Erogbogbo, Paras N. Prasad and Mark T. Swihart

4:05 PM
(747c) Hybrid, Silica-Coated, Janus-Like Plasmonic-Magnetic Nanoparticles
Georgios A. Sotiriou, Ann M. Hirt, Pierre-Yves Lozach, Alexandra Teleki, Frank Krumeich and Sotiris E. Pratsinis

4:30 PM
(747d) Gold Nanoclusters with Strong near Infrared Absorbance for Biomedical Imaging
Ameya U. Borwankar, Brian W. Willsey, Tianyi Wang, Veronika Sapozhnikova, April Twu, Marc D. Feldman, Thomas E. Milner and Keith P. Johnston

4:55 PM
(747e) Tailoring Surface Charge and Hydrophicity In Colloidal Quantum Dot Biosensors
Yanjie Zhang, Amanda Riddle, Elizabeth Whitley, Ian C. Schneider and Aaron R. Clapp

5:20 PM
(747f) Luminescent CuIn(SeS)2 Nanocrystals for Diagnostic Imaging
Matthew G. Panthani, Tarik A. Khan, Michael R. Rasch, Dariya K. Reid, Daniel J. Hellebusch and Brian A. Korgel
See more of this Group/Topical: Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum