Workshop Details
Frontiers in BioMagnetic Particles IV Conference
06/23/2015 - 06/25/2015
Meeting Description:

Magnetic carriers are unique nano-materials with a wide range of biomedical, environmental, and technological impacts. This international event will bring scientists, engineers, medical professionals, and program managers together to discuss this rapidly growing and highly interdisciplinary field. Magnetic particles are an enabling technology for a wide variety of biomedical, chemical, electronic, and functional materials research because they provide a unique handle to manipulate and sense nanostructures. Because this field benefits especially well from cross-fertilization of ideas from chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering, is our goal to create a technical and social environment in which participants from diverse disciplines can discuss trends in research and form collaborations. Three specific topic areas will be highlighted. (a) Biosensors for therapeutics and imaging, (b) Magnetic separations, and (c) Other biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles.

Notes:

Drs. O. Thompson Mefford (Clemson U.), Jeffery Anker (Clemson U.), and Jennifer Andrew (U. Florida)

Meeting Venue:

The Historic Sheridan Opera House
110 North Oak Street Telluride CO 81435

Frontiers in BioMagnetic Particles IV Conference Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Anker, Jeffrey Clemson University
Augusto, Paulo University of Salamanca, Spain
Bao, Yuping The University of Alabama
Bell, Matthew Clemson University
Candido, Renata Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do
Candrea, Daniel Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Carreira, Sara University of Bristol, UK
Carrey, Julian Université de Toulouse
Chen, Xiaoyuan National Institutes of Health
Davis, Richey Virginia Tech
Erb, Randall Northeastern University
Evans, Benjamin Elon University
Gurler, Demet University of Alabama at Birmingham
GUTIERREZ, LUCIA Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM
Hafeli, Urs University of British Columbia
Hankiewicz, Janusz University Colorado Colorado Springs
Herrasti, Pilar Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Hollaway, Joshua Clemson University
Howell, Sarah Clemson University
Huber, Dale Sandia National Laboratories
Hwang, Sangyeul IMRA America Inc.
Klostergaard, Jim University of TX MD Anderson Cancer Center
Krishnan, Kannan University of Washington
Mair, Lamar Weinberg Medical Physics LLC
Martin, Joshua Northeastern University
Mazario, Eva Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Mcphail, Michael University of Western Australia
Meyer, Travis Georgia Institute of Technology/Emory University
Moore, Lee Cleveland Clinic
Morales, Maria del Puerto Insituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, ICMM/
Moreland, John NIST
, Knut micromod Partikeltechnologie GmbH
Murbach, Jamie Clemson University
Pearson, Tanner University of South Carolina
Quinto, Christopher Christopher
Rahn, Helene Technische Universität Dresden
Ran, Sijie Drexel University
Raval, Yash Clemson University
Russek, Stephen NIST
Snyder, Catherine University of Florida
St Pierre, Tim The University of Western Australia
Sushruth, Manu The University of Western Australia
Tracy, Joseph North Carolina State University
TRUJILLO HERRERA, WILIAM National San Marcos University
Velez, Camilo University of Florida
Vreeland, Erika Senior Scientific, LLC
Yang, Lily Emory University
Yellen, Benjamin Duke University

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