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Bio nanotechnology

Next-Generation Beneficial Tools

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Bentham Science Publishers

Bionanotechnology: Next-Generation Therapeutic Tools provides a quick overview of the use of nanomaterials in modern drug delivery and targeted drug therapy systems. The book starts with an overview of nanomaterial toxicity with subsequent chapters detailing their applications in nanomedicine. Concepts such as immunotherapy, cancer theranostics, molecular imaging, tamers and viral nanoparticles are highlighted in specific chapters. The simplified presentation along with scientific references makes this book ideal for pharmacology and biomedical engineering scholars and life science readers. Book is a helpful reference forPharmacology and biomedical engineering scholars and life science readers.


About the editor:

Kaushik Pal received his Doctorate (PhD) in Physics from the University of Kalyani (India). Most recently awarded Honorís Causà Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) from Higher National Youth Skills Institute (IKTBN) Sepang, Govt. of Malaysia as well as achieved ‘Gold Medal’ awarded by the Prinminister of Malaysia. Entire academic career Prof. Pal received the prestigious Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship (Greece) offered by European Union Sponsorship, and the Chief-Scientist Faculty Fellow (PDF) nominated by Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) foundation in Wuhan University, China. As a distinguished academician, Prof. Kaushik has contributed innovative discoveries and smart teaching cultivated at the top-tier institutions and currently serving as an Associate Professor in University Centre for Research and Development (UCRD), Chandigarh University, Mohali. A well-known expert supervisor for PhD/Postdoctoral scholars and an experienced group leader to builds Inter- and cross multi-disciplinary Nanoscience excellence, resulted more than 125-significant articles in peer-reviewed (SCI/Scopus) International journals and partially edited or authored 26-renowned books with reputed publishers.                                                                                                                      

Dr. Aljabali is a nanoscientist by training with extensive experience in polymeric, metallic, lipid-based nanoparticles, and protein-based nanoparticles. Dr. Aljabali holds a Ph.D. from John Innes Centre in nanotechnology in the areas of viral nanoparticles. Dr. Aljabali worked as a Bionanotechnologist at JIC shortly after completing my Ph.D. and further 3 years as a postdoctoral fellow in cardiovascular medicine at Oxford University-UK. Dr. Aljabali has a proven track record in research with over 120 publications in top peer-reviewed journals in the primary research area of nanotechnology and its applications.



Nanomedicine, Cellular intake, Biotechnology, Drug Targeting, Nanoparticles Characterization, Cytotoxicity, Genetic Engineering, Molecular imaging,  Bionanomaterials, Vaccine Development, Nanomaterials synthesis, Viruses, Hybrid nanomaterials , Bioconjugation, Cellular intake, Material Sciences, Active and Passive Targeting, Lipid nanoparticles, Chemical conjugation


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