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BioNanoMed 2019 Scientific Program

Technical Program

The technical program of BioNanoMed 2019 will consist of invited lectures, contributed oral and poster presentations. 

BioNanoMed 2019 will highlight latest R&D results in the following areas of interest:

Session A -  Nanomaterials for Medicine
Nanostructured Materials, Bioinspired Nanomaterials, Functional Nanofibres,  Nanosurfaces and Interactions, 3D Printing, Stem Cell Regeneration, Tissue Engineering, Body Implants and Prosthesis, Organ Transplantation

Session B -  Nanotechnology in Medical Diagnostics and Therapy
Smart Materials for Diagnosis, Theranostic Nanotechnologies, Point of Care Diagnostics, Biomarkers, Imaging, Photon based Methods in Nanomedicine, Magnetic Nanodevices, Biosensors and Devices, Nanopore Sequencing, Nano Arrays, Nanomaterial Characterization and Optical Tools, Nanorobotics, Nanotechnology based Needle Arrays,

Session C -  Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology in Research and Development
Nano-Carriers for Drug Delivery and Targeting, Nanotechnology for Vaccines,  siRNA Therapeutics and Nanovectors, Pharmaceutical Products, Toxicity and Immunogenicity by Nanomaterials, Social and Ethical Challenges

Session D -  Nanotechnology in Cancer and Immunotherapy

Session E – Nano-enabled Microfluidics and high-throughput Technologies
Miniaturised Modules, Screening Tools, fast and/or real-time Characterisation, Monitoring, Lab-on-Chip, Organ-on-Chip, Cell-to-Cell Interactions, Biomembrane Interactions, new Testing Strategies, Industrial relevant Applications
(this session is supported by BioNanoNet Forschungs GmbH)

We are looking forward to your submissions!


Evening Poster Session with "Wine & Snacks"

Monday, April 15th, 18.00 - 20.30
The poster evening on Wednesday will give poster authors the opportunity to be available in front of their poster in order to discuss their subject and respond to questions. Snacks and beverages will be offered. Delegates start meeting the authors at their posters after the lecture programme.