Network on NanoMedicine

 

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Scope and Aim

Broadly, nanomedicine has been defined as therapeutic and/or diagnostic systems capable of comprehensive monitoring, control, construction, repair, defence and improvement of all human biological systems, working from the molecular level using engineered devices and nanostructures, ultimately to achieve medical benefit. Nanoscale includes active components or objects in the size ranging from one nanometre to hundreds of nanometres. Naturally, this Network should focus on pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences and the diagnostics and therapeutic aspects of nanomedicine, primarily in cooperation with related nanotechnology fields such as optics, bioinformatics to achieve a wide range platform for pharmaceutical researchers in this field.

Contact Point
Gerrit Borchard
Gerrit.Borchard@unige.ch