Society for Personalized Nano-Medicine
The 5th Personalized NanoMedicine Symposium brings together top basic, translational, and clinical researchers from around the nations to share the latest studies, important developments, and best research methods in the growing field of NanoMedicine and Nanotechnology. SPNM is a model of collaborative science that brings cross-disciplinary research together in order to expand our understanding of current applications of nanotechnology. SPNM 2018 will be held on November 1st and November 2nd 2018, at the MARC Building Pavilion, 11200 SW 8th St in Miami, Florida.
For students to be considered for our Young Career Investigator’s travel award, please register and submit an abstract by the listed deadline and your abstract will be reviewed for selection by our committee. Posters must be 30 x 40 inches.
$200 for faculty, clinicians, professionals and $50 for students. The registration fee will include 1 year membership and food during the sessions.Register now!
Beginning the week of October 2nd, 2018, you will be able to call the Pullman Miami Airport Hotel (formerly known as the Sofitel Hotel) at 305-503-8384 ext. 449 to contact Silvina Salazar as she handles our group reservations; identify yourself as a guest of the “Nano-Medicine Conference” when booking a room. When booking please keep in mind our discounted rate of $129.00 applies when reserving a room for our conference dates (November 2nd and 3rd).
NOTE: If you are staying for any extended time, please be aware that our discounted rate only applies for 3 days before and 3 days after the conference.
|Session 1: Unique Nano-Engineering for Personalized NanoMedicine|
|Session 2: Personalized NanoMedicine for Diagnosis and Treatment|
|Session 3: Application of NanoMedicine and CRISPR Technology|
|Session 4: Personalized NanoMedicine for HIV, Recreational Drugs, and CNS Diseases: Part 1|
|Session 5: Personalized NanoMedicine for HIV, Cancer, and CNS Diseases: Part 2|
|Session 6: NanoMedicine for HIV, Recreational Drugs, and Emerging Infections: Part 3|
|Session 7: Early Career Investigators in Nanomedicine|