Workshop Registration End Date :December 19, 2023

Virtual Workshop

Green Synthesis of Nanoparticles and their Biomedical Applications

Green Nanoparticles: Pioneering Progress in Biomedical Marvels

About Workshop:

A workshop serves as an interactive platform where individuals come together to exchange insights, acquire knowledge, and engage in hands-on activities focused on a particular subject or skill. Typically, these sessions are designed to be educative and collaborative, offering a unique space for participants to learn from experts, share experiences, and develop practical skills. Workshops often incorporate a variety of formats, such as presentations, discussions, group exercises, and demonstrations, fostering a dynamic learning environment that encourages active participation and the application of newly acquired knowledge. The primary goal of a workshop is to facilitate an immersive learning experience, enabling attendees to gain valuable expertise and insights that they can apply in their respective fields or endeavors.

Aim: The aim of a workshop is to provide participants with a focused and immersive learning experience aimed at developing specific skills, enhancing knowledge, or addressing particular challenges. Workshops are structured to offer practical insights, hands-on training, and interactive discussions, tailored to achieve predefined objectives. Whether concentrating on skill development, problem-solving, innovation, or education, the overarching goal is to equip attendees with actionable tools, strategies, and a deeper understanding within a defined subject area, encouraging active engagement and empowering participants to apply their newfound expertise in their professional or personal pursuits.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Synthesis Techniques: To provide practical guidance and training in green synthesis methods for producing nanoparticles, emphasizing their application in the biomedical field.
  • Characterization Skills Development: To enable participants to effectively characterize nanoparticles using various analytical tools, such as electron microscopy, spectrophotometry, and spectroscopy, for molecular understanding.
  • Biological Interaction Analysis: To explore the interaction of green-synthesized nanoparticles with biological systems, focusing on molecular mechanisms and their potential applications in diagnostics, therapeutics, and imaging.
  • Clinical Translation Understanding: To bridge the gap between laboratory research and clinical applications, addressing the challenges and strategies for translating nanoparticle innovations into practical clinical settings.
  • Safety and Toxicology Assessment: To educate participants on assessing the biocompatibility and potential toxicity of green-synthesized nanoparticles, involving hands-on experiments and discussions on safety protocols.
  • Innovation and Sustainable Practices Integration: To encourage innovation in developing environmentally sustainable approaches for nanoparticle synthesis and their application in healthcare, highlighting their impact on the industry.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration Work: To foster collaboration among researchers, clinicians, and industry experts, providing a platform for cross-disciplinary discussions and collaborative projects in the field.

What you will learn?

Day 1: Application based design of green synthesized Nanoparticles

  • Advantages of green synthesized nanoparticles in nanomedicine
  • Tuning of physicochemical properties and surface functionalization
  • Targeted delivery, biocompatibility and cytotoxicity
  • In vitro and in vivo models with references to human diseases

Day 2: Molecular biology aspects associated with the biomedical applications of green synthesized nanoparticles

  • Non-bulk properties and molecular interactions
  • Biological barriers, determination of biodistribution, visualization of biodistribution over
    time, quantitative mass-balance information
  • Enhanced permeability and retention effect, mononuclear phagocyte system
  • Biomimicry, fluid dynamics, ADME assays
  • Current challenges in molecular approaches

Day 3: Clinically important green synthesized nanoparticles and application trendline

  • Clinical guidelines and limitations
  • Clinical trials and clinical applications
  • Innovative approaches based on clinical results
  • Global status of clinical trials and current challenges
  • Future trends

Mentor Profile

Dr. Ratul Das is a distinguished Nanobiotechnology Scientist with a PhD in Industrial Biotechnology from the University of Quebec, Canada. With 3.5 years of research experience at IIT Guwahati, he pioneered nanoformulations for cancer cell delivery. Dr. Das boasts 70 peer-reviewed international papers, one edited book, and a US patent. As an Associate Fellow at TERI-Deakin Nanobiotechnology Centre and Honorary Fellow of IFM, Deakin University, he supervised PhD students and contributed to national guidelines for nano-based products. He co-founded ‘Nanotechnology for Environmental Engineering’ journal and advises ‘Save The Environment’ NGO on nano-induced health effects. Dr. Das remains dedicated to innovation and environmental impact in Nanobiotechnology.

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Fee Plan

StudentINR 1199/- OR USD 40
Ph.D. Scholar / ResearcherINR 1499/- OR USD 45
Academician / FacultyINR 1999/- OR USD 50
Industry ProfessionalINR 2499/- OR USD 75

Important Dates

Registration Ends
19 Dec 2023 AT IST : 02:00 PM
Workshop Dates  19 Dec 2023 to 21 Dec 2023  AT IST : 03:00 PM

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Intended For : Graduates, Post Graduates, Research Scholars, Academicians, Industry Professionals of Nanotechnology, Chemistry, Materials Science, Biotechnology, Environmental Science

Career Supporting Skills

Nanoparticle Synthesis TechniquesBiomedical Instrumentation and AnalysisBiochemical and Molecular AnalysisBiocompatibility and Toxicology AssessmentClinical Trials and Regulatory Compliance

Workshop Outcomes

  • Proficiency in Green Nanoparticle Synthesis: Participants should acquire hands-on experience and skills in utilizing eco-friendly methods to synthesize nanoparticles for biomedical purposes.
  • Advanced Nanoparticle Characterization Competence: Attendees will gain proficiency in utilizing various characterization techniques, such as electron microscopy and spectroscopy, to analyze and understand the properties of nanoparticles.
  • Understanding Molecular Interactions: Participants will develop an in-depth understanding of how green-synthesized nanoparticles interact with biological systems and their potential applications in diagnostics, therapeutics, and imaging.
  • Bridge Between Laboratory and Clinical Applications: Insights into the challenges and strategies for bridging the gap between laboratory-based research and practical clinical applications of nanoparticles.
  • Safety Protocol Awareness and Ethical Understanding: Awareness of safety protocols, biocompatibility, and ethical considerations essential when employing nanoparticles in healthcare settings.
  • Innovative and Sustainable Approaches: Exposure to innovative, environmentally friendly approaches in nanoparticle synthesis and their implications for sustainable healthcare practices.
  • Enhanced Collaboration and Networking: Opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and networking among researchers, clinicians, and industry professionals for future collaborative endeavors.
  • Enhanced Problem-solving Abilities: Improvement in problem-solving skills by engaging in practical problem-solving scenarios and case studies related to the challenges in green-synthesized nanoparticle applications.