Nanomedicine is a field of medicine that involves the use of nanotechnology for the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of diseases. It utilizes nanoscale materials and devices to interact with biological systems at the molecular and cellular levels, providing new tools and approaches for medical applications. The ultimate goal of nanomedicine is to improve the effectiveness of medical treatments while minimizing side effects and damage to healthy tissues.
Drug delivery refers to the methods and technologies used to administer pharmaceutical compounds to achieve a therapeutic effect in the body. In the context of nanomedicine, drug delivery often involves the use of nanoscale carriers to transport drugs to specific target sites. The objective is to enhance the pharmacokinetics, bioavailability, and therapeutic efficacy of drugs while minimizing adverse effects on healthy tissues.
Key aspects of nanomedicine & drug delivery include:
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Related Associations: Nano Institute of Utah at University of Utah | Singh Center for Nanotechnology at University of Pennsylvania | ePIXnet Nanostructuring Platform for Photonic Integration EU funded Framework 6 ePIXnet project | Minatec | CEA Léti | Institut Néel | Institut des nanotechnologies de Lyon |