Invited Lectures

Plenary speakers


Bradley M, PhD

University of Edinburgh


Polymer Chemistry - On and Inside Cells
Ishida Y, PhD     

RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science


Bioinspired soft materials with anisotropic structures
Mou CY, PhD

National Taiwan University

Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy
Webster T, PhD 

Northeastern University

Goodbye Hospitals and Hello Implantable Nanosensors




























Invited speakers

Chou YC  MD/PhD Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital  Fabrication of a 3-D Printed Elastic Scaffold for Ruptured Tendon Repair
Ding SJ PhD Chung Shan Medical University Calcium silicate-based biomaterials
Hanawa T PhD Tokyo Medical and Dental University MRI-compatible alloy and biofunctionalization of metals
Huang CJ PhD National Central University Anti-clogging hemofiltration device for mass collection of circulating tumor cells by ligand-free size selection
Huang YT PhD Chung Yuan Christian University Evaluation of antibacterial effect and mechanism of antimicrobial peptides
Ito T PhD The University of Tokyo

Hydrogels to Prevent Postoperative Perineal Adhesions

Katayama Y PhD Kyushu University  Nano-particular systems for immune-regulation as a therapeutics of chronic inflammatory diseases
Kawasaki H PhD Kansai University Gold and Silver Nanoclusters for Biomedical Applications
Lai J PhD University of Washington     Stimuli-Responsive Polymeric Biomaterials for Enabling Clinical Diagnostics and Bioprocessing
Liu GS PhD University of Tasmania Ophthalmic drug delivery - application of nanoparticulate systems
Matsusaki M PhD Osaka University   Development of 3D-organoids by nano-/micro-biomaterials for drug assay
Morelli S  PhD National Research Council of Italy Advanced membrane systems for neuronal tissue engineering application
Sosnik A PhD Technion-Israel Institute of Technology Surface-modified polymeric nanoparticles to target the brain
Tseng YY MD/PhD Taipei Medical University Multi-drug embedded hybrid structured nanofibers promote alkylating agent activity in malignant gliomas
Wang W PhD The University of Hong Kong Long-wavelength light-responsive nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery