5th International Conference on Nanotechnology in Medicine 26-28 June 2018, Manchester, UK

 

Plenary/Keynote/Invited

 

1) Professor Alexander SeifalianDirector & Professor of Nanotechnology & Regenerative Medicine - The London BioScience Innovation Centre, UK


2) Professor Paul Gissen, University College London, UK

 

3) Professor Patrizia Ferretti, University College London, UK

 

4) Professor Habil. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Barcikowski, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany


5) Professor Samir IqbalThe University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA


6) Professor Stanislaw MituraThe President Stanisław Wojciechowski State University of Applied Sciences, Poland 


7) Dr May Azzawi, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK


8) Professor Khalid M. Abu-Salah, King Abdullah International Medical Research Centre, Saudi Arabia

"DNA-based Nanobiosensors as an Emerging Platform for Detection of Disease"


9) Professor Melissa Mather, University of Keele, UK

"Shining light on nitrogen vacancy nanodiamonds to image cellular processes"


10) Professor Ewa Chwalibog Sawosz, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

 

11) Professor André Chwalibog, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

12) Professor Pasquale Maffia, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK

"In vivo Multiplex Molecular Imaging of Vascular Inflammation Using Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy"

 


13) Professor Kamalinder Singh, University of Central Lancashire, UK 




14) Dr Rameen Shakur, University of Cambridge, UK

"It's all in the DNA: Application of DNA storage for clinical use"

 


British Society of Nanomedicine Symposium Speakers:

Professor Andrew Owen, University of Liverpool, UK

“Nanomedicine solutions for chronic indications: tackling adherence issues”


- Professor Steve Conlan, 
Swansea University, UK

"Nanomedicine: therapeutics and applications in gynaecological cancers"


Dr Christine Dufes, University of S
trathclyde, UK

"Regression of prostate tumours after intravenous administration of targeted nanomedicines encoding TNF-α, TRAIL and interleukin-12"


Professor Christopher Scott, Queen's University Belfast, UK


Dr Neill Liptrott, University of Liverpool, UK

"Investigating immunological interactions of nanomaterials – relevance to European Nanomedicine Characterisation Laboratory (EUNCL)"