ESCDD

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 14th ESCDD

WEDNESDAY 13 APRIL 2016

Opening Lecture

Ick Chan Kwon
Nanotheranostics as a new paradigm of personalized medicine

Nucleic Acid Delivery

Dan Peer
Immunomodulation of hematological malignancies using RNA based-nanomedicines

Hideyoshi Harashima
Multifunctional envelope-type nano device for gene delivery: concept and application for nanomedicine

Wenxin Wang
Highly branched poly(beta-amino ester)s as new gene delivery vectors

David Oupicky
Combination nanoparticles for the treatment of metastatic pancreatic cancer

Targeted Drug Delivery

Kazunori Kataoka
Self-assembled supramolecular nanosystems for smart targeted therapy of intractable diseases

Zhiyuan Zhong
Disulfide-crosslinked cancer nanomedicines

Arto Urtti
Light activated liposomes: formulation and functionality

Alexander Cameron
Responsive polymers for drug delivery – prospects and challenges

Olivia Merkel
In-situ forming gel devices as local depot therapeutic for rheumatoid arthritis

POSTER SESSION

Presentation of the POSTER AWARDS

THURSDAY 14 APRIL 2016

Image Guided Drug Delivery

Gregory Lanza
Contact-facilitated drug delivery of lipase-labile prodrugs with targeted lipid-based nanotherapies

Thomas Andresen
Inducing an adaptive immune response against cancer cells by delivery of TLR7 agonists and chemotherapy using surface engineered liposomes

Khuloud Al Jamal
Investigational studies on magnetic targeting in vivo

Novel Concepts, Materials and Techniques

Jai Prakash
Novel targets and targeting technologies to challenge fibrosis and fibrosis-driven cancer

Shaoyi Jiang
Zwitterionic Materials in Nanomedicine

Martina Stenzel
Self-assembled glycopolymers for the delivery of drugs

Translational Drug Delivery Research

Yliperttula , Marjo
Nanocellulose membrane – new promising candidate for wound healing treatment

Guus Scheefhals
From invention to innovation: the Crossbeta example

Christianne Rijcken
CriPec® Nanomedicines: Principles, applications, preparation, preclinical evaluation and early clinical translation

Novel Concepts, Materials And Techniques

Laura Ensign
Nanomedicine for gastrointestinal drug delivery: overcoming the mucus barrier

Koen Raemdonck
Exploring natural nano-and microcarriers for siRNA delivery: extracellular vesicles and cytotoxic t cells

SYMPOSIUM BANQUET

FRIDAY 15 APRIL 2016

Novel Concepts, Materials And Techniques

Rainer Haag
Multivalent nanosystems as anti-inflammatory and antiviral drugs

Eva Harth
Matrices for the delivery of small molecules and proteins

Steven Schwendeman
Mechanistic evaluation of in vitro and in vivo release from PLGA microspheres employing a cage model

John van der Oost
CRISPR-based DNA interference – from exploration to exploitation

Ernst Wagner
Chemical evolution of sequence-defined oligomers for intracellular nucleic acid and protein delivery

Closing of the Symposium

LUNCH