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1st Edition

Principles of Nanomedicine

ISBN 9789814800426
Published October 21, 2019 by Jenny Stanford Publishing
606 Pages 13 Color & 109 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The scope of nanotechnology in medical applications has expanded fast in the last two decades. With their unprecedented material properties, nanoscale materials present with unorthodox opportunities in a wide range of domains, including drug delivery and medical imaging. This book assembles the various facets of nanomedicine while discussing key issues such as physicochemical properties that enhance the appeal of nanomedicine.

The book is an excellent resource for physicians, PhDs, and postdocs involved in nanomedicine research to learn and understand the scope and complexity of the subject. It begins with a short history of nanotechnology, followed by a discussion on the fundamental concepts and extraordinary properties of nanoscale materials, and then slowly unfolds into multiple chapters illustrating the uses of various nanomaterials in drug delivery, sensing, and imaging.

Table of Contents

A Brief Historical Perspective.  Introduction to Nanomaterials.  Liposomes.  Solid Lipid Nanoparticles (SLNs). Buckminsterfellerene.  Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs).  Dendrimers.  Polymeric Nanoparticles (PNPs).  Porous Silicon Nanoparticles (PSiNPs).  Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles (MSNPs).  Magnetic Nanoparticles (MNPs). Immunotherapy and Nanovaccines.  Nanoantibiotics.  Nanomaterials in Regenerative Medicine.  Nanosensors in Diagnostics.  Nanomaterials in Imaging.  Nanotoxicology.  Translation: Opportunities and Challenges.

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Sourav Bhattacharjee graduated in medicine (MBBS) in 2002 from the Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, India, and obtained his MSc in biomolecular sciences from Vrije Universiteit (VU), Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 2008 while performing his major thesis work on investigating the pulmonary toxicity of airborne nanoparticulate materials in Edinburgh, UK. He obtained his PhD (2008–2012) in nanomedicine and nanotoxicology from Wageningen University, the Netherlands. Dr. Bhattacharjee joined University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, as a postdoc in 2014. In February 2016, he was appointed assistant professor at UCD, where he teaches anatomy while continuing to conduct research in nanomedicine, drug delivery, and biophotonics.