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Advanced Materials in Biomedicine

Advanced Materials in Biomedicine

We can provide the fields of Biomaterials and Nanomedicine with reliable synthesis protocols for the fabrication of nanomaterials and devices intended for therapeutic or diagnostic purposes. We have a strong background in Materials Science, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering and we can combine that knowledge to provide other research groups with engineered nanomaterials and devices for different biomedical applications including drug delivery, tissue engineering and antimicrobial therapy. Tissue engineering and drug delivery development are lengthy processes, and thus bringing new synthesis techniques and technologies to the market in an efficient manner remains as the greatest challenge for those fields and our work could promote advances in these areas.

 

Featured Publications

M. Sancho-Albero et al. Cancer-derived Exosomes loaded with Ultrathin Palladium Nanosheets for Targeted Bioorthogonal Catalysis. Nature Catalysis 2019, 2:864–872.

T. Alejo. Reversible Stimuli-responsive Nanomaterials with on-off Switching ability for Biomedical Applications. Journal of Controlled Release 2019, 314:162-176.

G.Mendoza et al.  Bactericidal Effect of Gold-Chitosan Nanocomposites in Coculture Models of Pathogenic Bacteria and Human Macrophages.  ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 2017, 9: 17693-17701.

L. Keller et al. Smart Implants as a Novel Strategy to Regenerate Well-Founded Cartilage. Trends in Biotechnology 2017, 35:8-11.

B.P. Timko et al. Near-infrared Actuated Devices for Remotely Controlled Drug Delivery. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014, 111:1349–1354.