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University of Colorado 2016 Mechanisms and Barriers in Nanomedicine

Posted on Jun 22, 2016 4:57:13 AM


Workshop - Denver, CO, United States

The goals of the two-day Mechanisms and Barriers in Nanomedicine workshop are to:

• provide an educational forum on the barriers to nanoparticle translation; • provide a paradigm shift to overcome these problems; and

• allow for open discussion among faculty, postdocs and graduate students, to trigger new ideas and • concepts.
The workshop will consist of informal, non-concurrent sessions, followed by discussion. Talks will focus on mechanisms, problems, and solutions of the following aspects of nanomedicine:
• bio-nano interface, immune recognition, and toxicity
• complement
?• in vitro and in vivo barriers
?• no-engineering and design
?• metastatic cells, stem cells, and relevance of mouse models
• regulatory/industrial hurdles
• Discussions will focus on questions suggested by the audience.

Organization: Quidel Corporation

For more information, please visit: 

Thursday, July 14, 2016 to Saturday, July 16, 2016
Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center
Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
Contact: 303-724-2882 

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