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September 20th, 2016

Iran to hold intl. school on application of nanomaterials in medicine

Abstract:
The International School on Applications of Nanomaterials in Medicine is due to be held at Sharif University of Technology early November, INIC announced Sat.

Story:
According to Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), the International School on Applications of Nanomaterials in Medicine will be held at Sharif University of Technology on 2-4 November 2016.

The Third Physics of Advanced Materials (PAM) International School will be held to introduce the applications of nanomaterials in medicine, engineering and basic sciences to university lecturers, researchers and students in medicine, create an environment for cooperation between researchers in technical and engineering fields with medical researchers, introduce medical sciences with an approach to nanomaterials engineering, transfer know-how and technology in the field of medicine and nanotechnology and understand the importance of correctly selecting nanomaterials based on the required characteristics.

Therefore, Iranian and international researchers active in the field of nanosciences and medical sciences have been invited to present their newest achievements in the School.

Key speakers of the event include: Mohammad Reza Abidian, Biomedical Eng. Dept, Univ. of Houston, US; K.M. Krishnan, Washington University, Seattle, US; M. Angelakeris, Dept. of Phys., Univ. of Thessaloniki-Greece; Shirin Majd, Biomedical Eng. Dept., Univ. of Houston, US; and Hashem Rafii-Tabar, Shahid Beheshti Univ., Tehran, Iran.

The scopes of the School include: Orthopedic and dental nanomaterials; Diagnosis and imaging; Drug delivery and gene therapy; Bio-printing of artificial organs; Stem cells; Toxicity of nanomaterials, standardization, and ethics in nanomedicine; and Wound healing and skin regeneration.

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