Poster prize winners at the 3rd International Conference on Biomaterials Science in Tokyo, Japan

Many congratulations to Yuta Yoshizaki (Osaka Prefecture University), Naoki Yamada (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Tatsuto Kageyama  (Yokohama National University), Yasuyuki Yoshida  (Kansai University) and Taito Sekine  (Tokyo Institute of Technology)  for their poster prize wins at the 3rd International Conference on Biomaterials Science in Tokyo, Japan 28th – 30th November 2016.

On the picture, from left: Prof Yuichi Ohya (Kansai Univ) who received the certificate on behalf of Yasuyuki Yoshida, Sekine, Yoshizaki, Kageyama, Yamad and Prof Nobuhiro Nishiyama (committee chair)

All five prize winners will receive free electronic access to Journal of Materials Chemistry B for one year.

Topics discussed at the conference included:

230 delegates attended the conference. There were 24 invited talks, 46 oral presentations and 135 poster presentations.  Further information about the conference can be found on their website.





The winning posters were:

Yuta Yoshizaki (Osaka Prefecture University)
pH-Sensitive polymer-modified liposome-based immunity inducing system: the effect of inclusion of cationic lipid and CpG-DNA.

Naoki Yamada (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Novel glutamine-based polymeric ligand for transporter-mediated tumor targeting

Tatsuto Kageyama (Yokohama National University)
Large-scale preparation of hair follicle germs using oxygen-permeable PDMS microarray chips.

Yasuyuki Yoshida (Kansai University)
Temperature-responsive Biodegradable Injectable Polymer Systems Forming Covalently Cross-linked Hydrogel by Thiol-ene Reaction.

Taito Sekine (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Surface force and vibrational spectroscopic analyses about interfacial water of oligo(ethylene glycol)-terminated monolayers: To understand mechanisms underlying “bioinertness”.

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