Nanotechnology in Medicine: From Molecules to Humans

An ECI Conference

July 3-7, 2016
Schloss Hernstein
Hernstein, Austria

16AJ

Chair:   Prof. Lola Eniola-Adefeso, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan, USA     E-mail: lolaa@umich.edu

Co-Chair: Prof. Paolo Decuzzi, Italian Institute of Technology, Italy     E-mail:   Paolo.Decuzzi@iit.it

Final Program and Posters

Outstanding Poster Awards

 Catherine A. Fromen, University of Michigan, USA
 Particle surface properties direct cellular immune responses in the lung

Yulia Malinovskaya, Drugs Technology Ltd., Russia
 Penetration of PLGA nanoparticles into the intercranial rat C6 giloma:  Influence of surfactant coating

 Daniel Quevedo, University of Michigan, USA / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
 Multifunctional nanoparticles for specific neuroblastoma targeting

 Natalie Sullivan, Utah Valley University, USA
 Molecularly imprinted biofunctional device:  Using polymer surfaces on surgical instruments to catalyze blood coagulation

Bioconjugate Chemistry Journal Poster Awards

 Daniel Quevedo, University of Michigan, USA / Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Multifunctional nanoparticles for specific neuroblastoma targeting

 Natalie Sullivan, Utah Valley University, USA
 Molecularly imprinted biofunctional device:  Using polymer surfaces on surgical instruments to catalyze blood coagulation

General Information

Engineering Conferences International (ECI) is a global engineering conferences program, originally established in 1962, that provides opportunities for the exploration of problems and issues of concern to engineers and scientists from many disciplines.

The format of the weeklong research conference provides morning and late afternoon or evening sessions in which major presentations are made. Available time is included during the afternoons for ad hoc meetings, informal discussions, and/or recreation. This format is designed to enhance rapport among participants and promote dialogue on the development of the meeting. We believe that the conferences have been instrumental in generating ideas and disseminating information to a greater extent than is possible through more conventional forums.

All participants are expected both to attend the entire conference and to contribute actively to the discussions. The recording of lectures and presentations is forbidden. As ECI conferences take place in an informal atmosphere, casual clothing is the usual attire.

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