Register for the NanoMed final symposium 4 June 2019

Registration for the public part of the NanoMed Final Symposium is now open! In the afternoon of June 4th, 2019 we have a program with several leading experts in the NanoMedicine field and you are cordially invited to join us.

The program for this afternoon is as follows:

Schedule for NanoMed symposium. See below for a pdf version.

Download the pdf of the program here.

Participation is free, but registration is mandatory at http://www.tue.nl/nanomed2019. We hope to see you there!

For the avoidance of doubt: this is for the public part of the program. Those who are involved in the NanoMed network don’t need to register through this link for the full program of 3-4 June.

The location can be a bit hard to find.

Luna Corona is in building 31 on this map of TU/e Campus. It is right next door to the Hubble Community Café at https://goo.gl/maps/q1JdqJgysL8T6azQ9 where we will have the ‘borrel’. For those of you who know your way around campus: it is near the larger Spar supermarket.

By public transport and by foot: It’s a 10-15 minute walk from the Eindhoven railway station; you can follow these directions.

By car: Parking is nearby on P5 and P2 (see the map) but paid and often crowded. Find route instructions here, and once on campus follow signposting to Luna (Residence Camelot) LUN 31 where available, otherwise navigate to street name De Lampendriessen, Eindhoven.

3-4 June 2019 NanoMed final symposium, Eindhoven

June 3-4, 2019 the final NanoMed symposium will be held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. There is a public part (registration mandatory) on the afternoon of June 4th. Watch this space for further updates.

3-5 December 2018: SFNano (French Society for Nanomedicine meeting)

Since 2014, the French Society for Nanomedicine (SFNano) has organized three national meetings in Nancy, Paris and Bordeaux, as well as a summer school on Nucleic Acid Delivery in 2017 and the European Nanomedicine Meeting (ENM15) in Grenoble in 2015. This year SFNano will be held in Montpellier, France, from December 3rd to 5th.

This is a great opportunity to gather and share your ideas and perspectives in the field of Nanomedicine. Scientific sessions will allow to be up-to date in the field of characterization, cancer, immunology, imaging and topical delivery, thanks to the excellent speakers on the roster, namely Ernst Wagner, Vasilis Ntziachristos, Jean-Christophe Leroux, Pascal DumyBéhazine Combadière, Karine Breckpot, Igor Clarot, Janos Szebeni, Pablo Taboada, Rabah Boukherroub and Jean-Marie Devoisselle. Do not miss the Biotech corner to discover the local biotech companies and the Young SFNano session with 3 minute-presentations from PhDs and post-docs. Communicate more deeply on the subjects during the poster sessions and in the convivial atmosphere of the Gala dinner.

Registration and abstract submission are now opened: http://www.sfnano.fr/montpellier/

The tentative program is available on the website.

Please note the submission deadline of September 30th!

SF Nano 2018

Promo flyer SF Nano 2018 (click for large version)

NanoMed – OcuTher joint mini symposium at ESCDD 2018

On Tuesday April 10, 2018 the ITN projects OcuTher and NanoMed organised a joint mini symposium in advance of the ESCDD congress in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.

 

Elisabeth Nance of Washington University gives the keynote presentation at the OcuTher – NanoMed mini symposium in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands

 

Fellows, PI’s and partner representatives of both projects, together with other interested guests, attended talks by Prof. Carl Figdor, Radboud University (NL); Prof. Francine Behar-Cohen, University of Lausanne and Jules-Gonin Eye Hospital, Lausanne (CH) ; and Prof. Elizabeth Nance, University of Washington, Seatlle (USA) who was also awarded with the NanoMed award for most inspiring young researcher in NanoMedicine.

 

Francine Behar-Cohen from the University of Lausanne gives a presentation at the OcuTher – NanoMed mini symposium in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands

 

The day and subsequent congress were also embedded into the NanoMed programme as a training and social activity, and the usual project meetings were organised around it. We want to thank the speakers for contributing to a very successful and inspiring event.

19-20 November 2018: Next NanoMed meeting at Synthon and ChemConnection

The next NanoMed meeting will be held at partner Synthon and beneficiary ChemConnection in November. During this meeting there will be training sessions and lectures which we, with the help of our company partners, will focus on business development, the formation and management of a start-up company, intellectual property aspects, licensing, regulatory aspects, et cetera.