Guochen Bao – University of Technology Sydney – Enhancing Upconversion Nanosystems by Moiety Engineered NIR Dyes for Biomedical Applications
Andrew Care – University of Technology Sydney – Developing Protein Nanocages into a Vaccine Platform against Alzheimer’s Disease
Marco Cassani – The University of Melbourne – Tuning Bio-nano Interactions through Mechanobiology
Bill Cheng – National Chung-Hsing University – Monocyte-mediated Drug Carriers Targeting Cancer Spheroids in a 3D Microfluidic Cell Culture that Reconstitute Tumour Microenvironment
On Ting Choy – The University of Queensland – Lipid Nanoparticles using Alternative Polymer for mRNA Delivery
Simon Corrie – Monash University – Organosilica Nanoparticles for Real-time Monitoring of Oxygen and pH in Biological Systems
Peter Davis – ATA Scientific – Nanoparticle Generation for Drug Delivery – something old, something new, most are borrowed – rarely blue
Fei Deng – UNSW Sydney – Topological Barrier to Cas12a Activation by Circular DNA Nanostructures Facilitates Autocatalysis and Transforms DNA/RNA Sensing
Qingqing Fan – UNSW Sydney – Invisible Nanocoatings for Therapeutic Nitric Oxide Delivery via Phenol-amine Networks
Matthew Faria – The University of Melbourne – Kinetic Modeling: a Pathway to Rational Design and Translation of Nanomedicines
Nicholas Fletcher – The University of Queensland – Pre-targeting of PEG-based Nanomedicines: Precise Delivery of Potent Payloads
Changkui Fu – The University of Queensland – Metal-free Polymeric MRI Contrast Agents
Libing Amy Fu – University of Technology Syndey – Strategies based on Lanthanide-doped Upconversion Nano-complex and Their Biomedical Applications
Shu Geng – UNSW Sydney – Polydopamine-coated Selenium Nanoparticles as a Stable and Reuseable Catalyst for Tuneable Nitic Oxide Generation
Zifei Han – UNSW Sydney – Collapsed Star Copolymers Exhibiting Near Perfect Mimicry of the Therapeutic Protein ‘TRAIL’
Michael Higgins – University of Wollongong – “Watching” Single Peptide – Single Nanoparticle Interactions using High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy
Rena Hirani – Australian Red Cross Lifeblood – Untapped Potential – How can Nanotechnology and Microfluidic based Technology be used to Improve the Field of Transfusion Medicine
Pie Huda – The University of Queensland – Small Targeting Proteins in Radiopharmaceutics: Strategies for Optimisation and Biodistribution
Nicholas Hunt – University of Sydney – Oral Nanotherapeutic Formulation of Insulin with Reduced Episodes of Hypoglycaemia
Md Shariful Islam – UNSW Sydney – Evaluating the Influence of Nano-topography and Substrate Stiffening in Cell Differentiation
Paul Joyce – University of South Australia – Exploring Factors Influencing Biomolecular Corona Formation beyond Nanomedicine Composition and Structure
Lakshika Keerthirathna – Children’s Cancer Institute – Development of mRNA Nanoparticles to Produce Chimeric Antigen Receptor – T cells to Treat Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma
Chantal Kopecky – UNSW Sydney – Matrix Mechanics Modulate Cancer Plasticity
Tushar Kumeria – UNSW Sydney – Mesoporous Nanoparticles-Polymer Composites for Tissue Regeneration
Shiyao Li – RMIT University – Exploring the PEG Immunogenicity of SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccines in Humans
Megan Lord – UNSW Sydney – Understanding the Interplay between Nanoparticle Properties and Interactions with the Endothelium using in vitro Blood Vessel Models
Federico Mazur – UNSW Sydney – Enhancing Metallic Implants for Nitric Oxide Generation
Jessica Mills – The University of Queensland – Modulating Macrophage Clearance of Nanoparticles: Comparison of Small-Molecule and Biologic Drugs as Pharmacokinetic Modifiers of Soft Nanomaterials
Ali Nazarizadeh – University of South Australia – Comparative Study of Radiosensitizing Effects of Gold and Aluminum Nanoparticles; does Atomic Number Matter?
Ji Yong Park – Seoul National University – Fate Controllable Clickable Albumin nanoplatform by Distinct Glycation for in-vivo Cell Targeting
Sara Romanazzo – UNSW Sydney – Modelling the Transformation of Adipose-derived Stem Cells to a Cancer-associated Fibroblast Phenotype within 3D GelMA Microgels
Peije Russell – Monash University – Theranostic Porous Silicon Nanoparticles for Personalised Treatment of Thrombosis
Nidda Saeed – Ghent University – Overcoming Autofluorescence Barriers: A Novel NIR Method for Studying Electric Field-Driven Nanoparticle Penetration in Peritoneal Models
Abu Sina – The University of Queensland – Toward Precision Oncology: SERS Microfluidic Platforms for Multiplex Biomarker Aanalysis in Liquid Biopsy
Bram Soliman – UNSW Sydney – Confinement Induces Drug Resistance in Breast Cancer
Santhni Subramaniam – University of South Australia – A Disease-focussed Approach in Understanding Pulmonary Biomolecule Corona
Mark Unger – muPharma – Ultrasound Mediated Non-invasive Drug and Vaccine Delivery Device
Helen Xu – University of Technology Sydney – Nanostrategy of Targeting at Embryonic Trophoblast Cells using CuO Nanoparticles for Female Contraception
Wenting Yang – The University of Queensland – Combinatorial Synthesis of RAFT Cationic Polymers for mRNA Delivery
Haitao Yu – RMIT University – Inverse Cubic and Hexagonal Mesophase Evolution within Ionizable Lipid Nanoparticles Correlates with mRNA Transfection in Macrophages
Yuhao Zhang – The University of Queensland – Next Generation of PEG with Sulfoxide-containing Side Chain
Lin Zhu – UNSW Sydney – Impact of Tumor Microenvironment on miRNAs Expression