CLINAM: The third conference for clinical nanomedicine will give an insight into state of the art clinical nanomedicine and will report the most recent findings in the field.
The conference will introduce the unsolved medical problems that are awaiting novel techniques for addressing them. From this base the debate will turn to how nanotechnologies involvement could help find a novel approach to treating disease. Giving clear views on how Nanotechnology can be applied to medicine. The conference gives a great format for in depth discussions about the topics covered.
Translating the knowledge to practice is the subtitle of the 2010 conference, which underlines the aim of translating research in nanotechnology to frontline treatment of patients and to find the best way of doing this.
The reasons to go to CLINAM 2010:
- Meet at the established interdisciplinary Event on Clinical Nanomedicine
- Attend the clinical meeting to further the acceleration of the development of Nanomedicine.
- Use Europe’s largest platform in Europe for debate between clinical researchers, scientists, engineers and experts from medicine, physics, chemistry, pharmacy, biology, biochemistry and materials science.
- Discuss the promise and limits and implications of Nanomedical tools, techniques, and materials in the context of unsolved medical problems.
- Investigate the clinical evidence from established nanodrugs.
There will be many exhibitions running throughout the conference with places reserved for universities and institutions.- CT
Find ore information at CLINAM.org