Archive for the ‘Poster Prize’ Category

Congratulations to Biomaterials Science Award Winners at ICBZM2017

Biomaterials Science was proud to sponsor ICBZM2017, which took place this year in Tokyo, from the 18th to the 20th October. During the conference two Biomaterials Science Poster prizes were awarded.

Winners of the Biomaterials Science poster prize were;

Sarah Ward, (University of Massachusetts), for her poster presentation on ‘Polymer Zwitterion Prodrugs as Chemotherapeutics’.

Sarah Ward

Sarah Ward with Professor Todd Emrick

Erik Liu, (University of Washington), for his poster presentation on ‘Expression of EK Fusion Proteins to Enhance Protein Kinetics and Stability’.

Erik Liu

Erik Liu with Professor Shaoyi Jiang

 

Congratulations to both Sarah and Erik!

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Zing conferences: Non-Invasive Delivery of Macromolecules

The Zing conference on Non-Invasive Delivery of Macromolecules will be held in Rancho Bernardo Inn, San Diego, USA, on 21 – 24 February 2017



Zing Conferences have been successfully organising and running scientific and medical conferences internationally since 2007. With 129 conferences and 8281 delegates, Zing brings together the global community of scientific activity and interest to meet, exchange ideas and stimulate fruitful collaborations. Each conference aims to bring together a range of expertise, from academia to industry, professionals and students, to present and discuss their respective work in a stimulating environment.

Zing Conferences aims at promoting inter-disciplinary communication and ensure the of the successful dissemination of research amongst many scientific fields. All delegates are thus invited to compete for a place in the main lecture programme, or to present their work as part of the Poster Session by submitting abstracts for Chair-lead consideration.


The Conference Chairs are:

  • Randy Mrsny (University of Bath)
  • Kinam Park (Purdue University)
  • Cornell Stamoran (Catalent)
  • Isabelle Aubert (Sunnybrook Research Institute)

 

Biomaterials Science proudly sponsors this event and will deliver a poster prize.

 

Abstract submission is now closed – Poster Submission Deadline: 13th January 2017

Standard registration online: Click here

Conference programme: Click Here

Venue: Click Here

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Congratulations to the Biomaterials Science Poster Prize winners at Drug Delivery Australia 2016

Congratulations to Kristel Tjandra from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Isha Haridass from Curtin University, Perth, Australia and Younus Mohammad from the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, who won the Biomaterials Science poster prize at the recent Drug Delivery Australia 2016 conference in Sydney, Australia.

Congratulations to Giulia Ballerin from the University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia and Shadabul Haque from the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Melbourne, Australia for winning the Speaker Presentation prize, and received a bursary to attend the CRS meeting in Boston in 2017.

Kristel Tjandra’s winning poster was titled “Targeted Delivery of Doxorubicin through Conjugation to Phage-Display Selected Peptide“; Isha Haridass’ winning poster was about “Space- and Time-resolved Investigation of Diffusion Properties and Metabolic Changes of Human Skin Following Macromolecule Delivery by Microprojection Arrays” and Younus Mohammad’s poster tackled the topic of  “Investigating the effects of Tween 80 on sterically stabilising non-lamellar liquid crystalline nanoparticles of selachyl alcohol“.

Giulia Ballerin talked about “How to Exploit Pseudomonas aeruginosa Tolerance: β-Lactam Antibiotic Nasal Delivery for Chronic Respiratory Infections” and Shadabul Haque discussed “A Comparison of the Lung Clearance Kinetics, Pathways and Safety of Inhaled Solid Lipid Nanoparticles and Liposomes“.

Drug Delivery Australia 2016, hosted by the Australian Chapter of the Controlled Release Society, was held in Sydney on 27 – 28th October 2016.

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RSC Materials Chemistry Division Poster Symposium – final registration deadline

RSC Materials Chemistry Division Poster Symposium

This is your last chance to attend RSC Materials Chemistry Division Poster Symposium as the final registration deadline is just a few days away. Be sure to register by 15 November 2016 to secure your place.

For full details of speakers and conference themes, please visit the event web page.

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NanoBio Australia 2014 Biomaterials Science Poster Prize Winners

Biomaterials Science was delighted to award Poster Prizes at the NanoBio Australia 2014 conference held at  The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Australia on 6th – 10th July 2014. The winner was Young-Seon Ko and the Runner-up was Ms Liyu Chen.
Young-Seon Ko and Liyu Chen receiving their poster prize.
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ICBS2013 Biomaterials Science Poster Prize Winners

Biomaterials Science was delighted to award three Poster Prizes at the ICBS2013 held at Tsukuba International Congress Center (EPOCHAL Tsukuba), Tsukuba, Japan on 19th – 22nd March. The winners were:

Mr. Dirk Steinhilber
P051 – Multifunctional endritic Polyglycerol Nano- and Microgels for Encapsulation and Release of Functional Biomacromolecules

Ms. Aya Tsubokura (not pictured)
Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience, School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University
P108 Differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cell on the Single Line Pattern in Nano-Size Fabricated on the Electron Beam Reactive Mask Material

Mr. Mitsuru Naito
Department of Materials Engineering, The University of Tokyo
P122 – Phenylboronate functionalized polyion complex micelles as ATP-sensitive smart delivery system of siRN

ICBS2013 PPW1

Mr. Mitsuru Naito and Dr Liz Dunn

ICBS2013 PPW2

Mr. Dirk Steinhilber & Dr Liz Dunn

Each student received a Biomaterials Science Prize certificate, presented by Dr Liz Dunn, Managing Editor of Biomaterials Science as well as an RSC book.

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Congratulations to the Biomaterials Science Poster Prize winner at NanoBio 2012

Congratulations to Jinzi Zheng from the Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada, who won the Biomaterials Science poster prize at the recent NanoBio 2012 conference in Seattle, USA.

Jinzi Zheng

Jinzi Zheng’s winning poster was titled “PET/CT Imaging of the Heterogeneous Distribution of [64Cu]-Iodine Liposomes in Orthotopic Mouse Cervical Tumors”.

NanoBio 2012 was held 23rd – 26th July 2012.

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