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Session B : Medical and Health applications


Chairmen:

 


Pr. Mark Wiesner:        bio and abstract

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Pratt School of Engineering

Nicholas School of the Environment

Duke University, NC

 


Dr Patrice Marche:        bio and abstract

Head of Analytical Immunology of Chronic Diseases Team - Scientific Regional Advisor, Inserm-UJF, Grenoble

 




French Participants


Francine Béhar-Cohen:        bio and abstract

Particulate Drug Delivery Systems for Intraocular Drug Delivery

Inserm, Paris

 


David Bensimon:        bio and abstract

Single Cell Physiology: Optical Control Of Protein Expression And Activity At The Single Cell Level; Applications To Morphogenesis In Zebrafish,

ENS, CNRS, Paris


Roberta Brayner:        bio and abstract

The toxicological impact of nanoparticles Université Paris-Diderot, CNRS

 


Marie Carriere:        bio and abstract

Toxicity Of Nanoparticles And Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

CNRS-CEA, Saclay

 


Patrick Curmi:        bio and abstract

« Nano4Drugs », A Multidisciplinary Effort For Protein-Based Drugs Delivery

Inserm, Evry

 


Nadia Jessel :        bio and abstract

 Nanostructured Active Materials For Tissue Engineering Applications

Inserm-ULP, Strasbourg

 


Sophie Lanone:        bio and abstract

Biological effects of carbon nanotubes on pulmonary cells. A physico-chemical approach

Inserm, Paris

 


Simon Scheuring:        bio and abstract

High-Resolution AFM in Biological Research And as A Medical Nano-Imaging Tool

Inserm, Institut Curie, Paris

 


Terence Strick:        bio and abstract

Single-molecule studies of gene transcription by the RNA polymerase molecular motor

CNRS, Institut Jacques Monod, Paris

 


Massimo Vergassola:        bio and abstract

Quantitative analysis of the genetic expression of individual cells under high throughput conditions. CNRS, Institut Pasteur, Paris

 


 

US Participants


Melanie Auffan:        bio and abstract

Metal Oxide Nanoparticles: Relations Between Surface Reactivity And The Biological Effects

Duke University, Durham

 


Dennis Discher:        bio and abstract

Shape And Flexibility At The Nanoscale For Drug Delivery And Stem Cell Control

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

 


Bartosz Grzybowski:        bio and abstract

 Title to be defined

Northwestern University


Rebecca Klaper:        bio and abstract

Impact Of Nanomaterial Functionalization And Structure On The Impact On Toxicology, Physiology, and Immune Function Of Aquatic Species

University of Wisconsin


Roger Narayan:        bio and abstract

 Microfabrication And Nanofabrication Of Advanced Biomaterials

University of North Carolina

 


Peter Tessier:        bio and abstract

Self-interaction nanoparticle spectroscopy: A nanoparticle-based protein interaction assay

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York

 


Tian Xia:         bio and abstract

Introduction To Nanomaterial Toxicity

University of California, Los Angeles

 


 


Chairmen:

 


Pr. Mark Wiesner:        bio and abstract

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Pratt School of Engineering

Nicholas School of the Environment

Duke University, NC

 


Dr Patrice Marche:        bio and abstract

Head of Analytical Immunology of Chronic Diseases Team - Scientific Regional Advisor, Inserm-UJF, Grenoble