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Soft Nano
June 18th 2015, ASRC


Rein V. Ulijn
CUNY Advanced Science Research Center
9:30Enzyme-Instructed Self-Assembly: A Multi-Step Process for Potential Cancer Therapy
Bing Xu
Brandeis University
10:00Pathological Crystals: From Spirals to Therapies for Stone Disease
Michael D. Ward
New York University
10:30A modular method to synthesize multimodal high-density lipoprotein-derived nanoparticle contrast agents using microfluidics
Francois Fay
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
10.50Coffee Break
11:10Directed Self-Assembly and Crystallization of Colloids
Marcus Weck
New York University
11.40DNA-Programmable Nanoparticle Assembly
Oleg Gang
Brookhaven National Laboratory
12.10Hydrophobic collagen peptide nanodiscs act as substrates and scaffolds for the noncovalent organization and higher order assembly of natural proteins
Kenneth McGuiness
Rutgers University
1:30Soft Supramolecular Nanotubes for Robust Light Harvesting
Dorthe Eisele
City College of New York
2:00Computational Design of Hierarchic Peptide Self-Assembly
Vikas Nanda
Rutgers University
2:30Visualizing Biomolecular Structure, Hybridization, and Enzymatic Accessibility on a Carbon Nanotube Surface
Jena Prakit
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
2.50Medical Nanotechnology: 1) Generation of nanoparticles in complex shapes in extremely small size evolved in lipid/peptide microreactors, 2) Label-free cancer cell detection/enrichment with electric polysilicon lab-on-a-chip via mechanical characteristics and potential applications in cell enrichment & therapeutics
Hiroshi Matsui
Hunter College/Cornell Medical School
3.10Functional electrospun polymeric tubes as biodegradable micro-rockets
Amit Sitt
Columbia University
3:30Coffee Break
4.00Engineering of the Small Laccase (SLAC) from Streptomyces coelicolor for Incorporation into Bioelectrochemical Systems
Scott Banta
Columbia University
4:30Self-Delivering Supramolecular Nanomedicine
Honggang Cui
John Hopkins University
5:00Short peptides self-assemble in the presence of metals to produce catalytic amyloids
Ivan Korendovych
Syracuse University
5.30Closing Remarks
Rein V. Ulijn

Sponsor: CEM Peptides Sponsor: Leica Microsystems Sponsor: PerkinElmer Sponsor: VWR