Aria Ahmed-Cox  – Children’s Cancer Institute – Visualising Nanoparticle Delivery in 3D Blood-Brain Barrier and Brain Tumour Organoids
Luca Altevogt – UNSW Sydney – Development of an Enzyme-Bioink for the 3D Printing of Functional Materials
Arunpandian Balaji – University of Queensland – Controlling the Biological Fate of Synthetic Nanoworms by Modulating the Persistence Length
Andrew Care – University of Technology Sydney – Bioengineering Protein Nanocages for Applied Nanomedicine: From Fast Prototyping to in vitro and in vivo Delivery
Pengwen Chen – The University of Tokyo – Intratumoral pH-Activated Nanocytokine Boosts Immunotherapy to Eradicate Cold Tumors
Seyong Chung – Yonsei University – Nanotheranostics to Capture the Early Therapeutic Window of Atherosclerosis
Eric Du – UNSW Sydney – A 3D Bioprintable Hydrogel with Tuneable Stiffness for Exploring Cells Encapsulated in Matrices of Differing Stiffnesses
Hong Thien Kim Duong – UNSW Sydney – Small Zinc Doped Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Imaging
Fahimeh Farokhinejad – University of Queensland – Bioengineered Yeast Nanofragments Integrated into SERS-microfluidics for Ultrasensitive Dengue Detection in Mosquitoes
Helen Forgham – University of Queensland – Fluorinated Polymer-Iron Oxide Probes – Uniting siRNA therapeutics to Treat and MRI to Measure Response in Medulloblastoma
Sylvia Ganda – UNSW Sydney – Leveraging Biomaterials to Understand Melanoma Progression and Aggressiveness
Camilla Gazzana – University of Technology Sydney – Exploiting the Interaction between Live E. coli and Citrate Au Nanoparticles to Form a Label-free Diagnostic Test for Bacterial Contamination
Daniel Gonzalez Carter – Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) – Generating Artificial Targets to Deliver Therapies Specifically to the Brain
Philipp Graber – Children’s Cancer Institute – 3D Bioprinting of Personalized Brain Cancer Organoids with Hydrogel-Based Scaffolds
Paul Joyce – University of South Australia – Designing Polymeric-lipid Nanoparticles for Improving the Pharmacokinetics, Biodistribution and Efficacy of a Novel 14-3-3 Protein Inhibitor
Zahra Khabir – Macquarie University – Transdermal Delivery of Bioactive Molecules and Drugs
Teruyuki Komatsu – Chuo University – Haemoglobin-Based O2 Carriers Designed for Use as a Red Blood Cell Substitute
Chantal Kopecky – UNSW Sydney – Matrix Mechanics Modulate Melanoma Plasticity
Li Li – University of Queensland – Engineering Functional Nanocomposites for Oral Vaccine Delivery
Yi Li – UNSW Sydney – Circular DNA Nanostructure Facilitates Autocatalysis by Restricted Cas12a Activation
Zihao Li – UNSW Sydney – Force-mediated Dynamic Chemistry in Hydrogels to Control Cell Adhesion
Sisi Liang – University of South Australia – A Versatile pH-responsive Hyaluronic Acid-based Multiple Drug Ddelivery System for Cancer Treatment
Kaiqi Long – University of Hong Kong – Long-wavelength Light-triggered Drug Delivery by Upconversion-like Photolysis
Federico Mazur – UNSW Sydney – Metallic Implants for Nitric Oxide Generation
Rachana – Jaypee Institute of Information Technology – Development of Artificial surfactant for Alveolar Delivery: Nanotherapeutics for ARDS
Claire Rennie – University of Technology Sydney – In vivo Fate of Systemically Administered Encapsulin Protein Nanocages and Implications for their Use in Targeted Drug Delivery
Sara Romanazzo – UNSW Sydney – Tailoring iPSC Germ Layer Differentiation with Extracellular Microenvironment Mechanical and Topographical Cues
Rui Sang – UNSW Sydney – X-ray Triggerable Photodynamic Therapy for Colorectal Cancer Treatment based on Lipid-polymer Hybrid Nanoplatform
Rakib Sheikh – UNSW Sydney – 3D Bioprinting of Enzyme-Containing Hydrogels
Sarah Shigdar – Deakin University – Building a Platform Technology for Targeted Drug Delivery to Cancer Metastases
Bram Soliman – UNSW Sydney – Diffusion-based Microfluidics for Fabrication of Hydrogels with Well-defined Physical Features
Santhni Subramaniam – University of South Australia – Improving Intracellular Delivery of Antibiotics Against Pulmonary Infections using Liquid Crystalline Lipid Nanoparticles
Jie Tang – University of Queensland – Nanoadjuvants: From Nanocarriers to Immunomodulators
Maria Ai Kristine Tolentino – UNSW Sydney – ECM Stiffness Affects the Ability of Cancer-killing Cells to Search and Kill Target Cells
James Wood – University of Sydney – A First-in-Class Dual-Chelator Theranostic Agent Designed For Use With Imaging Therapy Pairs of Different Elements
Si-Han Wu – Taipei Medical University – Beauty and the Beast of PEGylation in Nanomedicine: Insights into Nano-Bio Interfaces
Weixi Wu – University of Queensland – Biomimetic Strategies in Engineering Nanoparticles for Gene Delivery
Yanfang Wu – UNSW Sydney – Nanopore Blockade Sensors for Ultrasensitive Protein Detection in Complex Biological Samples
Ying Yang – UNSW Sydney – Electrochemical Controlled Fluorophore Blinking for Enhanced Super-resolution Optical Fluctuation Imaging
Jonathan Yeow – UNSW Sydney – Microliter Scale Synthesis of Enzyme-encapsulated Polymersomes as Artificial Organelles for Cellular Modulation
Chengchen Zhang – UNSW Sydney – Gallium Nanodroplets as Anti-inflammatory Reagents for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Applications