Past Event

Nanomedicine: Today and Tomorrow
How will nanotechnology impact the future of medicine?

Date: Thursday, October 30th, 2003
Location: Fairchild Auditorium, Stanford University.

Archived Documents

Event Brochure
Dr. Klaudyne Hong
Prof. James Baker
Dr. Guy della Cioppa's Presentation

Distinguished Speakers

Prof. James Baker - Director, Center for Biologic Nanotechnology, University of Michigan
James R. Baker, Jr., M.D., is Professor of Medicine at the University of Michigan and Ruth Dow Doan Professor of Biologic Nanotechnology. He established the Center for Biologic Nanotechnology to develop new therapeutics for cancer based on nanotechnology.

Dr. Guy della Cioppa - Executive Vice President, Business Development, NanoInk, Inc.
NanoInk is a venture-backed company organized to exploit the commercial opportunities presented by the Dip Pen Nanolithography method of nanoprinting and nanomanufacturing.

Prof. Mauro Ferrari - Dir. Biomedical Engineering Center, Ohio State University
Dr. Mauro Ferrari is Professor of Internal Medicine, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Vice President for technology and commercialization at The Ohio State University. He is the President of the International Society for BioMEMS and Biomedical Nanotechnology.

Dr. Uri Sagman - Cofounder, former President and CEO, C Sixty, Inc.
Dr. Sagman was the cofounder, President and CEO of C Sixty Inc. C Sixty is a nanomedicine company pioneering the development of biopharmaceutical fullerenes, a unique class of small molecules. Dr. Sagman is also the founder and President of GRN Health International Inc., an academically based global research organization and B Twelve Inc., a biotechnology company.

 

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