30 November

MetDrugs: at the frontier between coordination chemistry and nanotechnology

Thursday 30 November 2017, 09:00am

ICN2 Seminar Hall, Campus UAB, Bellaterra

The MetDrugs network and ICN2 organize a scientific meeting related to the applications of nanotechnology and coordination complexes in biomedicine. This event brings together a group of experts in the design and development of new nanoconstructs for biomedical applications and coordination chemists who are focused in the synthesis and medical use of metal-drugs complexes.

The MetDrugs network is composed of 10 Spanish research groups of various expertise in chemistry, nanotechnology and biology, and is representing 12 different Spanish universities and institutions. The principal aim of the networks is to develop potential drugs and diagnostic tools based on efficient metal-based systems. The main goal of MetDrugs is to share knowledge and competencies to develop innovative strategies, and applied them through cooperative projects.

The scientific committee of this event is formed by Dr. Fernando Novio / Dr. Daniel Ruiz-Molina (ICN2), and Dr. Mercé Capdevila / Dr. Oscar Palacios (UAB).