220 Nanotechnology in Medicine & Drug Delivery

Monday, November 9, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
250A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Advances in nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology, bionanotechnology, and nanomedicine hold significant promise to play vital roles in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. This session is focused on these advances for drug delivery and medicinal applications. Both fundamental and applied studies from benchtop discovery and design to clinical application are welcome.

Chemical Engineers in Medicine
Thomas J. Webster Email: th.webster@neu.edu
Chun-Xia Zhao Email: z.chunxia@uq.edu.au
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(220a) Nanostructured Vapor Deposited Surface Treatments Improve Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid Integration
Michelle Stolzoff, Jason Burns, Arash Aslani, Eric Tobin and Thomas J. Webster

3:51 PM
(220c) Tripartite Gold Nanoconjugate for Spinal Cord Injury Treatment: Targeting, Recovery, and Biodistribution
Fangchao Liu, Yanhua Zhang, Janelle Buttry, Zeljka Minic, Harry G. Goshgarian and Guangzhao Mao

5:21 PM
(220h) Novel Light-Activated Nano-Therapeutics for Selective Cell Phenotypes
Samuel Goodman, Colleen Courtney, Anushree Chatterjee and Prashant Nagpal
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