TechConnect World 2020
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Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery

Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery

Symposium Co-Chairs

Steven ZulloSteven Zullo
Program Director
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB)/NIH

Thomas AnchordoquyThomas Anchordoquy
Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Colorado

Puneet TyagiPuneet Tyagi
Senior Scientist
AstraZeneca

Key Speakers

Len PagliaroPreclinical Studies for Nanoparticle-Enabled Photothermal Therapy: Progress and Challenges
Len Pagliaro
CEO, Siva Therapeutics Inc.

Marina A. DobrovolskaiaMarina A. Dobrovolskaia
Co-Director, Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL)
National Cancer Institute

Luis SantosPreventing global Pandemics with gene therapy approaches
Luis Santos
Scientist, AstraZeneca

Kim HassettDelivery of mRNA vaccines by lipid nanoparticles
Kim Hassett
Senior Scientist, Moderna Therapeutics

The 15th Annual Materials for Drug and Gene Delivery symposium will focus on promising new materials and approaches for encapsulation, targeting & delivery for therapeutic and diagnostic applications in a range of disease areas. Submit your abstract and plan to participate in this dynamic event.

 
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Symposium Sessions

Monday June 29

10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery

Tuesday June 30

8:30Biotech & Medicine Keynotes
1:30Nanomedicine, Drug and Gene Delivery: Challenges & Results Discussion Panel
4:00Nanomedicine - Posters

Symposium Program

Monday June 29

10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
Session chair: Puneet Tyagi, AstraZeneca, Jeannine M. Coburn, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Particle-based drug delivery systems:role of pharmaceutical development
J. Rashba-Step, Phosphorex, Inc., US
Delivery of mRNA vaccines by lipid nanoparticles
K. Hassett, Moderna Therapeutics, US
Examining and exploiting lymphatic vessels for drug delivery at mucosal surfaces
K. Maisel, University of Maryland, US
TBA
M. Dobrovolskaia, National Cancer Institute, US
Pearl Bio - Templated Biomaterials for Half-Life Extension and Therapeutic Functionalization
N. Ma, Yale University, US

Tuesday June 30

8:30Biotech & Medicine Keynotes
Artery-on-a-chip for pressure myography
A.M. Clyne, University of Maryland, US
Janus Base Nanopieces for RNA and Small Molecule Drug Delivery
Y. Chen, University of Connecticut, US
Preventing Global Pandemics with Gene Therapy Approaches
L. Santos, AstraZeneca, US
CRISPR Powered Transistors: Harnessing Biology as Technology
K. Aran, Keck Graduate Institute, US
1:30Nanomedicine, Drug and Gene Delivery: Challenges & Results Discussion Panel
Session chair: Maggie Scully, NIH/NCI, US
Preclinical Studies for Nanoparticle-Enabled Photothermal Therapy: Progress and Challenges
L. Pagliaro, Siva Therapeutics Inc., US
T.J. Webster, Northeastern University, US
M.A. Dobrovolskaia, National Cancer Institute, US
L. Santos, AstraZeneca, US
J. Rashba-Step, Phosphorex, Inc., US
T. Anchordoquy, University of Colorado, US
L. Pagliaro, Siva Therapeutics Inc., US
4:00Nanomedicine - Posters
Recent Advances in Cancer Stem Cell-Targeted Immunotherapy.
S.Y. Yoo, Pusan National University, KR
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Nanocomposites for Pulmonary Metastatic Colorectal Cancer.
S.Y. Yoo, Pusan National University, KR
A Cancer-Favoring, Engineered Vaccinia Virus for Cholangiocarcinoma.
S.Y. Yoo, Pusan National University, KR
Lysozyme enriched tyrosine surface protected gold nanoparticles: Potent antimicrobials against multi-drug resistant bacteria
A. Umapathi, H.K. Daima, Amity University Rajasthan, IN
Isonicotinylhydrazide on epigallocatechin gallate-protected gold nanoparticles: Toxicity management and stability enhancement
A. Umapathi, H.K. Daima, Amity University Rajasthan, IN
Will Nanocarbon Onion-Like Fullerenes (NOLFs) Play a Decisive Role in the Future of Molecular Medicine? NOLF 4: An Alternate View of Fullerene Material’s Antioxidant Activity.
D.J. Bourassa, Einstein Medical Institute, University of Science, Arts, and Technology, US
Exploring Bacterial Interactions of Expanded-PTFE in the Presence of PVP-coated Silver Nanoparticles, Peptides p753 and p359 in 2D and 3D models
M. Finkle, P.M. Navarro, K. Vig, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, US
Plants Extract Induced Synthesis of some Metals Nanoparticles and Their Performance as Antimicrobial Agents
O.P. Yadav, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, IN
Homodimeric SPECT Scintigraphy Radioligand for Imaging Traumatic Brain Injury Induced Amyloid Plaques
G. Mann, A. Kaul, M. Thirumal, A.K. Mishra, A. Datta, University of Delhi, IN
Antimicrobial Alginate Scaffold Model Development against Staphylococcus aureus
P. Melendez Navarro, M. Finkle, S.U. Ahmed, K. Vig, Alabama State University, US
Investigation of the antibacterial effects of silver nanolayers on the hard contact lenses coating after a two-year period
K. Koev, N. Donkov, H. Naidenski, T. Nurgaliev, L. Avramov, Institute of Electronics “Acad. Emil Djakov”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, BG
Enteric Capsules Filled with Everolimus Nanocomposites to Treat Colorectal Cancer
V. Palanirajan, M. Abdelmahmoud, A. Maki, S-C Cheah, UCSI University, MY
Study of therapeutic targeting of Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha(TNF-α) in Lymphocytes and Macrophages by using nanoparticles for limiting Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)*
R. Shabbir, A. Raza, A. Liaquat, S. Shah, M. Hamza, M. Fayyaz, Z. Hussain, N.M. Butt, Preston University Kohat,, PK
 
2019 Sponsors & Partners
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