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The Building Blocks to Personalised Medicine

11th European and Global Summit for Clinical Nanomedicine, Targeted Delivery and Precision Medicine – The Building Blocks to Personalised Medicine

The CLINAM summit is a globally unique event that brings together all stakeholders in nanomedicine, targeted medicine and precision medicine. The meeting was hosted in Basel from the 2nd to the 5th of September 2018 and brought together 500 participants from more than 35 countries. The summit explored the pathways to personalized medicine and showed its potential for prevention, diagnosis, therapy by development of tools, materials and strategies.  Prestigious speakers such as Prof. Dr. Jules Hoffmann (Nobel Prize in Medicine 2011), Prof. Dr. Ada Yonath (Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2009) and Prof. Dr. Halard zur Hausen (Nobel Prize in Medicine 2008) gave plenary outstanding talks.

One PhD student from the Next Generation Biomaterial Discovery Programme Grant, Alessandra Travanut, presented a poster related to her recent publication in collaboration with Prof. Michael A. R. Meier (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) “Biocompatible Unimolecular Micelles Obtained via the Passerini Reaction as a Versatile Nanocarrier for Potential Medical Applications” (Biomacromolecules Article ASAP).

ATravanut-web Alessandra Travanut with her poster

 

Posted on Monday 10th September 2018

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