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NANO FOR HEALTH

RESEARCH

DEPARTMENTS
Lifescience
QuantMat
Nanophotonics-1
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DESCRIPTION

The INL Health Unit is focused on the development of innovative micro and nanoscale systems for early disease diagnosis and therapeutics. Within the general framework of our research in biomedicine we develop biosensing and imaging platforms for early disease detection and microfluidic based systems for rare cells’ isolation and molecular profiling. Novel therapies at INL are based on the use of targeted nanoparticles able to induce selective cell death and on the design of microneedles for transdermal drug delivery and immunological tolerance induction.

RESEARCH GROUPS

Nanomedicine’s research focuses on the development of diagnostics tools and solutions towards an early and unequivocal diagnosis of cancer, cardiovascular and ageing-associated diseases. Nanomedicine works in close collaboration with the clinic to enable translational medical research and to approach the end-user, in an attempt to offer a better prognosis and personalized treatment.

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The research of the Medical Devices group is focused on the development of technologies for the understanding and diagnosis of diseases. MD works in close collaboration with the clinic to enable translational medical research towards the realisation of precision medicine. To this aim, MD works in the development of new optical instrumentation, microfluidic devices, biosensors and biomimetic systems to study and evaluate disease biomarkers.

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DESCRIPTION

The INL Health Unit is focused on the development of innovative micro and nanoscale systems for early disease diagnosis and therapeutics. Within the general framework of our research in biomedicine we develop biosensing and imaging platforms for early disease detection and microfluidic based systems for rare cells’ isolation and molecular profiling. Novel therapies at INL are based on the use of targeted nanoparticles able to induce selective cell death and on the design of microneedles for transdermal drug delivery and immunological tolerance induction.

RESEARCH GROUPS

Nanomedicine’s research focuses on the development of diagnostics tools and solutions towards an early and unequivocal diagnosis of cancer, cardiovascular and ageing-associated diseases. Nanomedicine works in close collaboration with the clinic to enable translational medical research and to approach the end-user, in an attempt to offer a better prognosis and personalized treatment.

View Nanomedicine Group

The research of the Medical Devices group is focused on the development of technologies for the understanding and diagnosis of diseases. MD works in close collaboration with the clinic to enable translational medical research towards the realisation of precision medicine. To this aim, MD works in the development of new optical instrumentation, microfluidic devices, biosensors and biomimetic systems to study and evaluate disease biomarkers.

View Medical Devices Group

RESEARCH

DEPARTMENTS
Nanoelectronics-engineering
Lifescience
QuantMat
Nanophotonics-1
aemicros.png
Microand