Dear Madam, dear Sir!

We are pleased to announce the International Congress BioNanoMed 2009 – Nanotechnology in Medicine & Biology which will be held on 26 – 27 January 2009 at the Danube University Krems/Austria.

The aim of BioNanoMed 2009 is to bring together academia, industry, governmental and non-governmental institutions to discuss current, emerging and future trends of the converging fields of Nanotechnology, Biotechnology and Medicine.


In addition to prominent invited speakers a limited number of talks and poster presentations can be accepted. You are cordially invited to submit your short abstract! Danube University Student Poster Awards 2009 are intended to recognize outstanding research presented by students and are granted to the three best poster contributions (€ 300 for the first, € 200 for the second and € 100 for the third place).

TOPICS for BioNanoMed 2009

Nanotechnology: New frontiers in Medicine & Biology

Topics related to tissue engineering & cell therapies; the application of nanostructured surfaces in medicine; nanobased drug delivery systems; and novel diagnostic methods & analytical tools will be adressed.

Special Session (Day I)

Environmental, Health and Safety Implications and Regulatory Aspects of Nanotechnology

Panel discussion: risk governance, regulation, legislation, code of conduct, public attitude and stakeholder inclusion.

Special Session (Day II)

Hot Topics in Medical Imaging Technology

Panel discussion: practical application of nanotechnology to in-vivo imaging.


BioNanoMed 2009 serves as an excellent platform to present your company/institution, to promote your product portfolio and to establish direct links to a broad audience of experts. By becoming an exhibitor or sponsor you will make a great contribution to support the BioNanoMed 2009 congress.


Early Booking Discount: until 9 November 2008

Oral Presentations: Extended submission date for abstracts 2 November 2008

Poster Presentation: Extended submission date for abstracts 19 January 2009

Please turn to for all information regarding the BioNanoMed 2009!

We sincerely hope that you can respond positively to this call. If you require further information do not hesitate to contact Ms. Margit Malatschnig or our conference secretary at

We are looking forward to your contribution!

With our best regards,

DI (FH) Margit Malatschnig Univ.
Techkonnex – High-Tech Promotion

Prof. Dr. Dieter Falkenhagen
Danube University Krems, Department for Clinical Medicine and Biotechnology

BioNanoMed 2009 - Last Call for Papers.pdf

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