2014 Workshop on Nanomedicine and Tumor Engineering for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy
Monday, September 29, 2014 – ( 8:00 am to 5:00 pm )
Location: Stevens Institute of Technology
This workshop brings together clinicians, scientists and engineers in a uniquely interdisciplinary environment to address the multi-faceted challenges of nanotechnology and oncology. The workshop theme explores the designs and approaches for novel cancer nano-based diagnostic modalities and therapeutics based on high-fidelity engineered cancer models. It also provides a better understanding of integrated pathophysiological processes that modulate human tumor functionality and growth.
The objectives of this workshop include:
- Review recent breakthrough advances in nanomedicine and engineering, 3D tumor microenviornments and ex vivo (i.e., “tumor engineering”) for cancer diagnosis and therapy
- Identify new synergistic research opportunities and scientific challenges to further advance nanomedicine and tumor engineering for cancer diagnosis and therapy
- Provide an impetus for research collaborations
Attendees are invited to submit a one-page poster abstract addressing the workshop theme.
For more information, to submit a poster abstract and/or to register, please visit the workshop website www.stevens.edu/nano-tumor.