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“Nano for Diseases - Poverty-related Diseases and Cancer” on Tuesday 15th May & Thursday 17th May, 2012.
Poverty related diseases, such as Rotavirus, HIV, and TB are the scourge of developing communities, but research continues in the mission to find preventions, better diagnostics and cures. At the same time, cancer affects everyone in every community: patients, family members and carers. The potential of nanotechnology to assist in the eradication of such diseases is widely acknowledged, and this series of two webinars gives participants a unique opportunity to find out how nano can help in this fight.
Register now and take part in the free “Nano for Diseases - Poverty-related Diseases and Cancer” on Tuesday 15th May & Thursday 17th May, 2012.
Nano for Poverty-related Diseases and Cancer - Webinar 1
Tuesday 15th May 15.45-18.00 (CEST / Continental Europe Summer Time)
15.45 – 16.00 Welcome – About the ICPC Nanonet Project - Dr Ineke Malsch, Malsch TechnoValuation (email@example.com)
16.00 – 16.30 1. Prof Daniel Obikwelu - University of Nigeria, Nsukka. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
“The Use Of Nanoparticles In Breast Cancer Treatment”
16.30 – 17.00 2. Prof Raquel Amanda Villamizar - Universidad de Pamplona, Colombia, (email@example.com)
“Nano for Rotavirus Detection”
17.00 – 17.30 3. Dr. Alejandro Sosnik, PharmB, PhD. University of Buenos Aires. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Nano for HIV”
17.30 – 18.00 Questions, discussions and showcase for individual researchers and participants’ slides
Nano for Poverty-related Diseases and Cancer - Webinar 2
Thursday 17th May 10.00 – 12.45 ( CEST / Continental Europe Summer Time)
10.00 – 10.15 Welcome – About the ICPC Nanonet Project – Lesley Tobin, Institute of Nanotechnology (Lesley.email@example.com)
10.15 – 10.45 1. Dr. BLV Prasad - National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Designing methods for the preparation of stable nanoparticle dispersions in water and their applications in drug formulations for cancer therapy”
10.45 – 11.15 2. Prof Hulda Swai – CSIR South Africa. (email@example.com)
“Nano for Tuberculosis”
11.15 – 11.45 3. Hossein Mostafavi – Tehran University of Medical Sciences. (firstname.lastname@example.org) with
Mona Noori Koopaei - Tehran University of Medical Sciences. (email@example.com)
“Passive targeting toward cancerous cells” PLGA nanoparticles loaded by paclitaxel and decorated by albumin”
11.45 – 12.15 4. Dr Valeriya Maryakhina, PhD - Orenburg State University, Russia. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"The delayed fluorescence kinetics of molecular probes in cancer cells received at cancer development different stages".
12.15 – 12.45 Questions, discussions and showcase for individual researchers and participants’ slides
Guide to time differences:
Nigeria 14.45 (-1)
Argentina 09.45 (-5)
Colombia 07.45 (-7)
UK 14.45 (-1)
India 13.30 (+3.5)
Iran 12.30 (+2.5)
South Africa 10.00
Russia 12.00 (+2)
UK 09.00 (-1)
Register for free here: http://www.icpc-nanonet.org
Webinars are free to speakers and participants. To take part, you will need a stable broadband connection (2mb) and a headset and microphone. Webcams are optional.
For more information contact Lesley Tobin (Lesley.email@example.com) or Ineke Malsch:(firstname.lastname@example.org).