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10th International Conference on Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology in Health Care, will be organized around the theme “Embarking Next Generation Delivery Vehicles for affordable Healthcare !”
Nanomedicine 2016 is comprised of 18 tracks and 136 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Nanomedicine 2016.
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Nanomedicine today has applications in various fields of medicine. It helps in the detection, diagnosis, prevention, treatment and follow-up of many diseases. Nanomedicine is being applied in all the branches of medicine like Radiology, Neurology, Surgery, Pulmonology, Dentistry, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology etc. Nanomedicine conferences focusses on how nanomedicine can be the next delivery vehicle for making healthcare affordable.
- Track 1-1Nanocardiology
- Track 1-2Nanopulmonology
- Track 1-3Nanoneurology
- Track 1-4Nanosurgery
- Track 1-5Nanoopthomology
- Track 1-6Nanonephrology
- Track 1-7Nanohematology
- Track 1-8Nanodentistry
- Track 1-9Nanoradiology
There are a many ways that nanotechnology can make the delivery of drugs more systematic and accost effective treatment for the patient. Numerous biological materials like albumin, gelatin and phospholipids for liposomes, and more substances of a chemical nature like various polymers and solid metal containing nanoparticles are under investigation for preparation of nanoparticles. The hazards that are introduced by using nanoparticles for drug delivery are more than that posed by conventional hazards imposed by chemical delivery.
- Track 2-1Nanomedicines and Targetted Delivery
- Track 2-2Nanomedicine and nanoparticle formulations
- Track 2-3Nanomedicine and ocular drug delivery
- Track 2-4Nanomedicine delivery and inhalation aerosols
Nanomedicine is an emerging specialty born from Nanotechnology. Both nanomedicine and nanotechnology are emerging as the new direction in the diagnosis and drug therapy. Nanomedicine can change the face of healthcare in the future using nanotechnology. Nanomedicine helps detect, repair, understand and control the human biological system. Nanomedicine can be used for personalized medicine.
- Track 3-1Nanomedicine Future medicine
- Track 3-2Nanomedicine Endocytosis
- Track 3-3Nanomedicine Engineering
- Track 3-4Nanomedicine Personalised medicine
Nanobiotechnology is the intersection of nanotechnology and biology. Nanobiotechnology has multitude of potentials for advancing medical science thereby improving health care practices around the world. Nanomedicine is used to treat diseases by gene therapy. Nanobiotechnologies are being applied to molecular diagnostics and several technologies are in development.
- Track 4-1Nanomedicine and Gene therapy
- Track 4-2Nanomedicine and Nucleic acids
- Track 4-3Nanosystems Biology
- Track 4-4Nanobiology and the Cell
- Track 4-5Nanomedicine and Molecular motors
- Track 4-6Nanomedicine and Molecular Biology
- Track 4-7Nanobiotechnology and Neuroprotection
- Track 4-8Nanobiotechnology and Ion Channels
Nanomedicine has a considerable role in Bioengineering. To design and construct an apt scaffold is the major challenge in Regenerative medicine today. The cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions in the biosystems happen at the nanoscale level. Therefore the application of nanotechnology at that level helps in modifying the cellular function to mimic the native tissue in a more appropriate way. The application of Bioengineering has transformed the designing the manufacturing of scaffolds and artificial grafts.
- Track 5-1Nanomedicine and Stem cells
- Track 5-2Nanomedicine Regenerative medicine
- Track 5-3Nanomedicine and Hepatic regeneration
- Track 5-4Nanomedicine and Ocular regeneration
- Track 5-5Nanomedicine and Dental regeneration
- Track 5-6Nanomedicine and Myocardial regeneration
- Track 5-7Nanomedicine and Nerve regeneration
- Track 5-8Nanomedicine and Cartilage regeneration
- Track 5-9Nanomedicine and Skin regeneration
- Track 5-10Nanomedicine and Bone tissue regeneration
- Track 5-11Nanostructure and Scaffolds
- Track 5-12Nanomedicine and tissue engineering
- Track 5-13Nanomedicine and Nanomaterials
Cancer Nanotechnology aims to use the nanostructures and nanoscale processes for the prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other concomitant areas. Even when molecular changes occur in a smaller percentage of cells, which may be cancer related targets Nanotechnology can help in the sensitive detection of them. The use of Nanotechnology to combat cancer is still under development. Several nanocarrier drugs and nanotherapeutics are available in market and some in Clinical trials.
- Track 6-1Nanocancer Diagnostics
- Track 6-2Nanomedicine Personalized Cancer
- Track 6-3Nanomedicine Cancer Screening
- Track 6-4Nanomedicine cancer therapy
- Track 6-5Nanomedicine Prostrate Cancer
- Track 6-6Nanomedicine Ovarian cancer
- Track 6-7Nanomedicine Breast Cancer
- Track 6-8Nanomedicine Colorectal Cancer
- Track 6-9Nanomedicine Lung Cancer
Nanomedicine affects almost all the aspects of healthcare. Nanomedicine helps to engineer novel and advanced tools for the treatment of various diseases and the improvement of human biosystems using molecular Nanotechnology. Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer, Neurodegenerative disorders, Diabetes, Infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS are the main diseases whose treatment can be benefitted by using nanomedicine.
- Track 7-1Nanomedicine and cardiovascular diseases
- Track 7-2Nanomedicine and Diabetes
- Track 7-3Nanomedicine and musculoskeletal diseases
- Track 7-4Nanomedicine and neurodegenerative diseases
- Track 7-5Nanomedicine and psychiatric conditions
- Track 7-6Nanomedicine and Skin diseases
- Track 7-7Nanomedicine and HIV/ AIDS
Nanomedicine has broad application in healthcare Industry. It helps to engineer new Nano medical devices, design nanoparticles for detection and drug delivery in cancer. Nanomedicine can be applied in allied areas of healthcare like Wound healing, Food Industry and Hair growth. Nanomedicine is being widely used for public health and Nutrition.
- Track 8-1Nanomedicine and Wound Healing
- Track 8-2Nanomedicine and Hair Growth
- Track 8-3Nanomedicine and Disorders of Ageing
- Track 8-4Nanomedicine and Public Health
- Track 8-5Nanomedicine and Nutrition
- Track 8-6Nanomedicine and Homeopathic medicine
- Track 8-7Nanomedicine and Food Industry
Nanotechnology has begun to find potential applications in the area of functional food by engineering biological molecules toward functions very different from those they have in nature, opening up a whole new area of research and development. Of course, there seems to be no limit to what food technologists are prepared to do to our food and nanotechnology will give them a whole new set of tools to go to new extremes. .
- Track 9-1Nanotechnology in Food Production
- Track 9-2Nanoengineered Foods
- Track 9-3Safety of Nanofoods
- Track 9-4Nanotechnology and Food packaging
- Track 9-5Nanotechnology and Neutraceuticals
Nanotheranostics is the use of nanotechnology for diagnostics and therapy of different diseases. Nanotheranostics hold great promises because they combine the simultaneous non-invasive diagnosis and treatment of diseases with the exciting possibility to monitor in real time drug release and distribution, thus predicting and validating the effectiveness of the therapy. Cancer nanotheranostics are extremely attractive for optimizing treatment outcomes in cancer and other severe diseases. Nanotheranostics include both Genomics based theranostics and Proteomics based theranostics. The most important current applications are foreseen in the areas of biomarker discovery.
- Track 10-1Nanomedicine and molecular profiling
- Track 10-2Nanomedicine and Biomarkers
- Track 10-3Nanomedicine and molecular imaging
- Track 10-4Nanomedicine and Nanotheranostics development
- Track 10-5Nanomedicine and cancer nanotheranostics
- Track 10-6Genomics based theranostics
- Track 10-7Proteomics based theranostics
- Track 10-8Liposomes and Nanotheranostics
Nano biology is the branch where basic biology of the organism and nanotechnology meet. Nano biology helps in addressing the basic mechanisms of human health and diseases at the cellular and molecular level. Nano biology applied in microbiology is Nanomicrobiology. Recently certain nanoparticles are being designed to act against infections.
- Track 11-1Nanomedicine and Virology
- Track 11-2Nanomedicine and Microbicidal Agents
- Track 11-3Nanomedicine and Nanobacteria
- Track 11-4Nanomedicine and Antiviral Agents
- Track 11-5Nanomedicine and Nanoviricides
- Track 11-6Nanomedicine and Nanomicrobiology
Various pharmaceutical nanotechnology based systems which can be termed as Nanopharmaceuticals like liposomes, carbon nanotubes, quantum dots, dendrimers, polymeric nanoparticles, metallic nanoparticles etc. have brought about revolutionary changes in drug delivery as well as the total medical service system. Nanopharmaceuticals and offer significant benefit for the patient compared to the conventional formulated drugs.
- Track 12-1Nanomedicine and Nanotherapeutics
- Track 12-2Nanomedicine and Steroids
- Track 12-3Nanomedicine and Ceramic nanoparticles
- Track 12-4Nanomedicine and Nonoshells
- Track 12-5Nanomedicne and Hydrogel Nanoparticles
- Track 12-6Nanomedicne and Lipid nanoparticles
- Track 12-7Nanomedicne and Carbon nanotubes
- Track 12-8Nanomedicne and Nanoemulsions
- Track 12-9Nanomedicne and Nanoliposomes
- Track 12-10Nanomedicne and Nanocapsules
- Track 12-11Nanomedicne and Micelles
- Track 12-12Nanomedicine and Dendrimers
- Track 12-13Nanomedicine and Forumlations
- Track 12-14Nanomedicine and NanoBandages
Nanotoxicology is intended to address the toxicological activities of nanoparticles and their products to determine whether and what extent they may pose a threat to the environment and to human health and defined as the study of the nature and mechanism of toxic effects of nanoscale materials/particles on living organisms and other biological systems. It also deals with the quantitative assessment of the severity and frequency of nanotoxic effects in relation to the exposure of the organisms. The knowledge from nanotoxigical study will be the base for designing safe nanomaterials and nanoproducts, and also direct used in nanomedical sciences.
- Track 13-1Nanomedicine and Human health
- Track 13-2Nanomedicine and environmental health
- Track 13-3Nanomedicine and risk asssessment
- Track 13-4Nanomedicine and biokinetics
- Track 13-5Nanomedicine and Molecular Nanotoxicology
- Track 13-6Nanomedicine and Neuronanotoxicology
Nanomedical devices show great promise in various applications for health care. Many nano scale devices have already been approved by the FDA. Nano scale materials can be used as delivery mechanisms allowing cells to absorb therapeutics into the cell wall. Various nano materials are being researched for use in cancer therapeutics. Nanowires and needles are being researched and developed for use in epilepsy and heart control. Nanosized surgical instruments can be used to perform microsurgeries and better visualization of surgery.
- Track 14-1Nanomedicine and Nanosurgical Instruments
- Track 14-2Nanomedicine and Diagnostic nanomachines
- Track 14-3Nanomedicine and Nanowires
- Track 14-4Nanomedicine and Nanogenerators
- Track 14-5Nanomedicine and Nanosensors
- Track 14-6Nanomedicine and Injectable Nanovectors
- Track 14-7Nanomedicine and Stents
- Track 14-8Nanomedicine Optic Nerves
The use of Nanotechnology in clinical diagnosis is termed as Nano diagnostics. Diagnosis at the single cell level or molecular level can be possible through Nano diagnostics. They can even be incorporated even in the current diagnostic methods like Biochips. Nanobiosensors are promising devices for Clinical applications.
- Track 15-1Nanomedicine and Early Diagnosis
- Track 15-2Nanomedicine and Nanoendoscopy
- Track 15-3Nanomedicine and Bioarrays
- Track 15-4Nanomedicine and Nanomolecular Diagnostics
- Track 15-5Nanomedicine and Biomolecular Imaging
- Track 15-6Nanomedicine and Biochips
- Track 15-7Nanomedicine and Invivo Diagnosis
- Track 15-8Nanomedicince and Invitro Diagnosis
- Track 15-9Nanomedicine and Biosensors
- Track 15-10Nanomedicine and Miniatration
- Track 15-11Nanomedicine and Nanocytometry
Nanoethics is the study ethical and social implications of nanotechnology’s. It is an emerging but controversial field. Nanoethics is a debatable field. As the research is increasing on nanomedicine, there are certain regulations to increase their efficacy and address the associated safety issues. Other issues in nanoethics include areas like research ethics, environment, global equity, economics, politics, national security, education, life extension and space exploration.
- Track 16-1Nanomedicine and Individual Ethics
- Track 16-2Nanomedicine and Social Ethics
- Track 16-3Nanomedicine and Informed Consent
- Track 16-4Nanomedicine and Privacy
- Track 16-5Nanomedicine and Non discrimination
- Track 16-6Nanomedicine and Equity
Nanomedicine technologies could find an enhanced position in various areas and applications of the healthcare sector including drug delivery, drug discovery, screening and development, diagnostics and medical devices. BIOMEMS refers to the application of micro electromechanical systems to micro- and nanosystems for genomics, proteomics, drug-delivery analysis, molecular assembly, tissue engineering, biosensor development, nanoscale imaging, etc.
- Track 17-1Nanomedicine and Biomemetics
- Track 17-2Nanomedicine and Nanobody technology
- Track 17-3Nanomedicine and NanoTherm therapy
- Track 17-4Micellar nanoparticles technology
- Track 17-5Innovative Nanoparticle technology
- Track 17-6Nanomedicine and Nanorobotics
- Track 17-7Nanomedicine and Microscopy
- Track 17-8Nanomedicine and Microfluidics
- Track 17-9Nanomedicine and Biolabelling
- Track 17-10Nanomedicine and Bio MEMs
- Track 17-11Nanomedicine and Nanomedicine Surgery
Nanomedicine 2016 provides great avenues for Investors seeking for investment opportunities and expanding their business horizons. Our conference is attended by participants from more than 40 countries and attracts an interesting combination of academic researchers, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of innovations in Nanomedicine, Nano biotechnology thereby providing plenty of networking opportunities and newfound knowledge.
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