Congratulations to the prize winners at Spring E-MRS Symposium G

Journal of Materials Chemistry BMaterials AdvancesNanoscale and Nanoscale Advances were delighted to support two of the young researcher awards at Symposium G: Nanomaterials for Healthcare and Biomedical Engineering at the Spring E-MRS which was held in Strasbourg from May 27 – 31.

The young researcher awardees were selected by a jury of symposium committee and received prizes for their outstanding oral presentations. Please join us in congratulating Preeti Sati (IIT Kanpur) and Quoc Hung Tran (Institute of Material Science of Mulhouse, IS2M, CNRS)  for being awarded these prizes! Find out more about our winners below:

Preeti Sati hails from the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. She completed her primary education in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, and completed her M.Tech degree from the Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras under the supervision of Prof. S. Ramprabhu. Her M.Tech thesis is titled “Graphene wrapped carbon nanotube based nanofluids for thermal conductivity applications”. Currently, she is pursuing her Ph.D. under Prof. Sri Sivakumar in the Material Science Programme department at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, where she is working on “In vitro liver Models for drug screening and disease modelling.

Hung Quoc Tran is currently pursuing his PhD in Life Sciences at Université de Haute Alsace, supervised by Dr. Valeriy Luchnikov at IS2M and Professor Thierry Vandamme at CRBS, Université de Strasbourg. His research interests include drug delivery systems, biomaterials, and nanotechnology. His current research focuses on the application of interface modification methods and enzymatic crosslinked biomaterials to enhance drug delivery efficiency in transdermal therapeutic systems, gastroretentive systems, and bio-membrane filtration for medical devices. Previously, he spent several years as a researcher at Lam Dong Medical College, gaining extensive experience working on various projects involving the chemical and biological investigation of natural plants, as well as topical and cosmetic formulation. He obtained a PharmD in Vietnam in 2016 and Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences from Université Paris Cité in 2019

About the symposium

Materials are going to hold an important role in healthcare applications. A symposium (G) on Nanomaterials for Healthcare and Biomedical Engineering, was organized at the European Materials Research Society (EMRS) Spring 2024 meetings in Strasbourg, France. The symposium attracted over 160 contributions from all over the world and was a very successful conference. This theme- Materials for Healthcare- is going to be a major focus at European and global landscapes and the organizers are motivated to continue hosting this symposium in long run. The Royal Society of Chemistry was very happy to sponsor the symposium in terms of two young researcher awards (Ms. Preeti Sati, Ms. Hung Quoc Tran) to motivate and promote the young researchers in the field of materials for healthcare.


Yogendra Kumar Mishra, University of Southern Denmark, DENMARK (MAIN)

Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne, GERMANY(Co-organizer)

Malgorzata  Kujawska, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, POLAND (Co-organizer)

Gerardo Goya, University of Zaragoza, SPAIN (Co-organizer)

Yunbing Wang, Sichuan University , Chengdu, CHINA (Co-organizer)


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