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1. Two Dimensional Nanomaterials: Crystal Structure and Synthesis by Khaled Parvez
2. Characterization Techniques of Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials by Khaled Parvez
3. State-Of-The-Art Characterization Methods for Graphene and Its Derivatives by Abu Badruddoza, Ramchander Chepyala, and Kayesh Ashraf
4. 2D Materials for Gene Delivery by Mohammad Nazmul Hasan, Md Nafiujjaman, and Yong-kyu Lee
5. Graphene and 2D Materials for Phototherapy by Md Nafiujjaman and Md Nurunnabi
6. Graphene-Based Hybrid Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications by Mohammad Ramezani, Mona Alibolandi, Mojgan Nejabat, Fahimeh Charbgoo, Seyed Mohammad Taghdisi, and Khalil Abnous
7. 2D Materials Based Hybrid Nanostructure for Diagnosis and Therapy by Vishnu Revuri and Yong-Kyu Lee
8. In Vitro Toxicity Of 2D Materials by Narayan Chandra Deb Nath, Trishna Debnath, Md Nurunnabi, and Eun-Kyung Kim
9. Graphene and Its Derivatives as Biosensing Platform for Healthcare Applications by Ramchander Chepyala, Abu Zayed Md Badruddoza, Mohammad Azad, Jason R. McCarthy, and Md Nurunnabi
10. Biocompatibility Assessment of Nanomaterials Using Zebrafish as a Model by Enamul Haque, Md Nurunnabi, Clifford Liongue, and Alister C. Ward
11. 2D Nanomaterials for Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of DNA Methylation by Tanvir Hossain, Shamim Ahmed, H. M. Syfuddin, and Abu Sina
12. Graphene-Based Electrochemical Sensors for Biomedical Applications by A. J. Saleh Ahammad, Tamanna Islam, and Md. Mahedi Hasan
13. Nanoparticles Advancing Cancer Immunotherapy by Mohammed Mehadi Hassan Chowdhury, Khadizatul Kubra, Rupinder K. Kanwar, and Jagat Kanwar
14. Polymeric Surface Modification of Graphene by Renu Geetha Bai and Ali-hilal Alnaqbi
15. Graphene in Electrochemical Biosensors by Hsing-Ying Lin, Wen-Hao Chen, and Chen-Han Huang
16. Graphene in Neuroscience by Hsing-Ying Lin, Md Nurunnabi, Wen-Hao Chen, and Chen-Han Huang
17. Graphene-Triggered Autophagy: The Savior or Slayer by Mamoon Rashid, Monzurul Amin Roni, Mehbuba Rahman
Biomedical Applications of Graphene and 2D Nanomaterials provides a much-needed reference on the biomedical applications of 2D nanomaterials, as well as theoretical knowledge on their structure, physicochemical properties and biomedical applications. Chapters are dedicated to growth areas, such as size and shape-dependent chemical and physical properties and applications, such as in diagnostic and therapeutic products. The book also discusses the concept, development and preclinical studies of 2D nanomaterials-based biomedical tools, such as biosensors, artificial organs and photomedicine. Case studies and reports form the core of the book, making it an ideal resource on potential applications in biomedical science and engineering.
This timely resource for scientists and engineers in this rapidly advancing field features contributions from over 30 leaders who address advanced methods and strategies for controlling the physical-chemical properties of 2D nanomaterials, along with expert opinions on a range of 2D nanomaterials that have therapeutic and diagnostic applications.
- Presents advanced methods and strategies for controlling the physical-chemical properties of 2D nanomaterials
- Provides state-of-the-art biomedical applications for 2D nanomaterials, including graphene and boron nitride
- Includes key information from a broad selection of subject areas for researchers in both materials, engineering and medicine
Materials scientists and engineers in both academia and industry or R&D, with an interest in graphene, biomedical nanomaterials and therapeutic applications
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- 31st March 2019
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Dr. Md Nurunnabi is an Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the School of Pharmacy and Adjunct faculty in Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Science & Engineering at the University of Texas at El Paso. Over the past decade, he received training in biomaterials, nanotechnology, and drug delivery. He received Bachelor in Pharmacy from UODA, and MS and PhD in Bioengineering and from the Korea National University of Transportation. Prior to starting his postdoctoral training at Harvard University in 2016, he has completed a short postdoctoral training at the Chungnam National University. In addition to his academic research, he has been involved in industrial research. He was co-founder and chief scientist at the KB BioMed Inc. (Currently Scientific Advisory Board), and an Associate Scientist in Chunbo Corporation Ltd, in South Korea. Dr. Nurunnabi has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers and edited two books and holds 10 issued/pending patents. Currently, he serves on the editorial advisory board of ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering since and as Vice Chair of Controlled Release Society’s Bioinspired and Biomimetic Delivery focus group. He served as Secretary of Postdoc Association at Harvard Medical School (2016-2017) and President of Postdoc Association Massachusetts General Hospital (2017-2018) among various leadership roles.
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and Environmental Science & Engineering, University of Texas at El Paso, Texas, 79902
Dr. Jason R. McCarthy is an Assistant Professor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School and an Assistant in Chemistry at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). In 2003, Dr. McCarthy received his Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Connecticut under the tutelage of Dr. Christian Bruckner. Following graduate school, he joined the Center for Molecular Imaging Research (CMIR) at the MGH as an NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award post-doctoral fellow, under the direction of Dr. Ralph Weissleder. In 2006, Dr. McCarthy was promoted to faculty at CMIR, subsequently joining CSB in 2009. The research being conducted by the McCarthy group at Centre for Systems Biology (CSB) is currently funded by several NIH grants and contracts, and is focused upon the synthesis and application of nanomaterials in the imaging and therapy of disease.
Assistant Professor in Radiology, Harvard Medical School; Assistant in Chemistry, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, MA, USA
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