Saturday, May 16, 2009

Hopkins NanoBio Symposium 2009

The 2009 Johns Hopkins NanoBio Symposium, NANOSCIENCE FOR NEUROSCIENCE & NEUROSURGERY, is this Monday. I'll be there and tweeting throughout the day at #NanoBio. Follow me for the latest on the presentations and poster sessions. I'll post a link to my full report later this week. Speakers will be from the Johns Hopkins schools of medicine and engineering.

You'll hear the latest from
Searson: Welcome
Dawson: Novel Approaches to Understand Neurodegenerative and Neuropsychiatric Diseases
Olivi: Future Applications of Nanotechnology for the Treatment of Brain Tumors
Mao: Engineered Nanofiber Matrices to Promote Neural Stem Cell Differentiation and Peripheral Nerve Regeneration
McMahon: Multi-color MR imaging of Nanoparticle Drug Delivery and Release Using Sugars, Proteins and Other Organic DiaCEST MR Contrast Agents
Griffin: Overview of the Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute
Gerecht: Surface Manipulation to Guide Vascular Differentiation and Assembly
Guilarte: Nanoparticles in the Brain: Toxic Endpoints?
Rothstein: Mircofluidic Tools to Study Astroglial Regulation by Neurons

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