21 Bionanotechnology for Gene and Drug Delivery I

Sunday, November 13, 2016: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Golden Gate 6 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Bionanotechnology uses concepts from chemistry, physics, and molecular biology to identify components and processes for the construction of nanomaterials and nanodevices for health care. This session invites papers that focus on the design and development of nanomaterials and nanodevices for gene and drug delivery. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: novel methods and compositions to design gene and drug delivery systems at the nanoscale level, and the effects of the sizes of gene and drug delivery systems on gene and drug release kinetics, and pharmacokinetics, cellular uptake, biological transport, and bioefficacy of gene- and drug-carrier complexes. Bionanotechnology Graduate students: By applying to this session you may be eligible for the 22b Bionanotechnology Graduate Student Award Session (22B09) established to honor students whose research achievements in bionanotechnology demonstrates a high level of excellence. See session 22B09 for more details.

Biomaterials (08B)

Joo Youp Lee
Email: joo.lee@uc.edu

Elizabeth Nance
Email: eanance@uw.edu

3:30 PM
(21a) Injectable Hydrogel Beads for Delivery of High Concentration Mab Formulations
P. Douglas Godfrin, Ramesh S. Kashi and Patrick S. Doyle

4:10 PM
(21c) Nanoparticle-Mediated Inhibition of DNA Repair Sensitizes Brain Tumors to Radiotherapy
Forrest Kievit, Kui Wang, John Silber, Richard Ellenbogen and Miqin Zhang

4:30 PM
(21d) Theranostic Nanoparticles for Traumatic Brain Injury
Forrest Kievit, Peter Chiarelli, Patrick S. Stayton, Anthony J. Convertine, Pierre Mourad and Donghoon Lee

5:10 PM

5:30 PM
(21g) Engineering Polymer Drug Conjugates to Synergistically Schedule Chemotherapeutics
Douglas R. Vogus, Michael A. Evans, Stefano Menegatti and Samir Mitragotri

5:50 PM
(21h) Hybrid Nanoparticles for Sequential and Controlled Delivery
Zilan Zhou, Carly Kennell and Dr.Joo-Youp Lee
See more of this Group/Topical: Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum