Importance of Nanoscience in Biomedicine. Fundamental concepts. Biocompatibility and toxicity of nanomaterials. Nanotechnology applications for analysis and in vitro diagnosis: biosensors, biochips, lab-on-a-chip. Applications for in vivo diagnosis: nanodevices for diagnosis, contrast agents, etc. Nanotechnology applications in regenerative medicine: opportunities to address the cellular proliferation and differentiation by means of micro and nanostructured devices. Drug delivery. Pharmacokinetics.
Master Degree in Nanostructured Materials for Nanotechnology Applications / University of Zaragoza