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Session 12: Nanomedicine Development and Key Factors for Pre-clinical Investigations

Updated: 2022-08-18

As nanotechnology is now widely used in biomedicine, innovation of nano drugs has become a hot and difficult issue in the field of life and health. With the development of basic research on nano drugs, more efforts are being made towards clinical application as well as innovative and intelligent use, which is important for the comprehensive implementation of the Healthy China 2030 initiative. Cross-disciplines, including materials science, chemistry, medicine, pharmacy, and bioengineering, have laid a key foundation for the research of innovative nano drugs, and for the directional distribution and spatiotemporal control of structures and functions in bodies. The particle size, shape and surface properties of nano drugs are key factors that determine their interactions with the biological environment at molecular, cellular, and organ levels. In addition, the safety, quality controllability, and systematic evaluation of the pharmacokinetics of nano drugs are also crucial in preclinical research.

The session will provide a platform for researchers in the fields of nano drugs and clinical transformation to exchange ideas and promote the application of nano drugs in clinical practice, contributing to the construction of a health community for mankind.



Nie Guangjun

Research fellow, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology


Ling Daishun

Professor, Shanghai Jiaotong University

Invited speakers & reports

Gao Weiping

Research fellow, Peking University

Report: Elastin-like polypeptide fused protein drugs

Qiu Xiaozhong

Professor, Southern Medical University

Report: A Nanocomposite-based vascularized elastic conductive patch for the repair of infarcted myocardium

Sun Jin

Professor, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University

Report: Application of prodrug self-assembled nanodrugs in tumor therapy

Hu Zhanli

Research fellow, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Report: Dynamic PET quantitative imaging technology

Li Fangyuan

Associate professor, Zhejiang University

Report: Ion-responsive nanoprobes

Dai Yunlu

Assistant professor, University of Macau

Report: Application studies on metal polyphenol coordination biomaterials in cancer therapy