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1. Nanomedicine: next generation modality of breast cancer therapeutics
2. Physical and Chemical properties of nanostructures
3. Biological Perspectives of Hybrid nanostructures
4. Novel hybrid nanostructures in breast cancer nanomedicine
5. Synergy between nanoparticles and breast cancer theranostics
6. Remotely stimulated Nano medicine for breast cancer therapy
7. Functional Nanostructures for drug resistant breast cancer theranostics
8. Nanomedicine for early diagnosis of breast cancer
9. Nanomedicine strategies for chemoresistant breast cancer theranostics
10. Cellular Interaction and Toxicity of Nanostructures
11. Nano-pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics (PK/PD) and clinical relationship
12. A New Approach for Cancer Treatment: from Specific Induction of Breast Cancer to Innovative Gold-Nanoparticle Mediated Thermal Therapies
13. Development in efficacy assessment in relevant oncology models for breast cancer nanomedicine
14. Consensus protocols for animal experimentation and nanomedicine trials at clinical stage in breast cancer
15. Current development in toxicity, clinical trials guidelines for regulatory aspects of breast cancer nanomedicines
16. Breast cancer nanomedicine market update and other industrial perspectives of nanomedicine
Nanomedicines for Breast Cancer Theranostics addresses the translational aspects and clinical perspectives of breast cancer nanomedicine from a multidisciplinary perspective. The book summarizes research efforts at the preclinical and clinical stage of nanostructures and nanomedicine for dealing with the important challenge of nanomedicine translation in breast cancer theranostics. This book is an important resource for those working in both academia and industry, focusing on hot topics in biomaterials, biomedical engineering, drug delivery and oncology.
- Shows how the discovery of new nanomedicines is leading directly to an increase in the early-stage diagnosis of breast cancer
- Includes coverage of breast cancer nanomedicine standardization and characterization, highlighting newly developed treatments, diagnostics and treatment monitoring tools
- Explains why the design of nanobiomaterials make them effective drug carriers when treating breast cancer
Materials Scientists; Engineers; Oncologists; Pharmaceutical Scientists; Biomedical Researchers
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 10th March 2020
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DDr. Nanasaheb Thorat, MSc, PhD, (Gold Medal) MRSC, is an outstanding researcher currently working as Assistant Professor and Marie-Curie Fellow in Wroclaw University of Science Technology jointly with University of Zurich. Dr. Thorat has published 3 Book, ~50 peer reviewed journal articles and 7 book chapters, presented 2 Keynote Speech, 6 Invited Talks and 5 oral presentations at prestigious scientific peer-conferences, received international acclaims and awards for research contribution, supervised students/junior researchers and actively participated in outreach and scientific dissemination for the service of wider community. He is a recipient of various prestigious fellowships including Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship in Poland/Switzerland 2018, Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship in Japan 2017, Government of Ireland IRC fellowship Ireland 2015. In addition to his current research, he has been deeply engaged in collaborative work with the many eminent scientists from Japan, USA, Germany, Korea, Ireland, India, Poland, Saudi Arabia and Australia.
Assistant Professor and Marie-Curie Fellow in Wroclaw University of Science Technology jointly with University of Zurich
Joanna Bauer is Assistant Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland. Her research focuses on multidisciplinary biomedical engineering projects related to personalized and preventive medicine, nano-biomaterials synthesis, characterization and functionalization, biomedical optics using visible and infrared.imaging, as well as image analysis and pattern recognition.
Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
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