Timeslot: Friday, April 23, 2021 - 1:45pm to 3:15pm
Track: Sensory Biomaterials and Tissues
The following session will present recent findings and current efforts on nanomaterials, with application emphasis on biomedical imaging and biosensing applications. Molecular imaging is envisioned to play a pivotal role in the early diagnosis and simultaneous treatment of diseases. Recent advances in the imageable nano/ biomaterials as well as imaging modalities have made the preemptive treatment of the diseases and image guided surgery a reality. In this session, presenters will emphasize the role of imageable small molecules, engineered biological entities (e.g. proteins), nanoparticles, and hydrogels in cutting-edge imaging methods. For biosensing applications, the interface of biomaterials and biological fluids offers a unique opportunity for binding, detecting, and reporting the presence of analytes. Recent studies have shown that, by tuning the composition of materials and/or coupling recognitive molecules, it is possible to generate materials with selective affinity for biological analytes. In this session, presenters will highlight recent advancements in biomaterials as components of biosensors, including fundamental and translational studies.
Fatemeh Ostadhossein, PhD
Ming Su, PhD
Abstracts will be available for download on April 20, 2021.
258. Investigating Oxidative Susceptibility of Peptoid-Based Materials for Selective Biosensing Applications, Hattie Schunk, Adrianne Rosales, PhD, Laura Suggs, PhDThe University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, USA
259. Stable Thermally Modulated Nanodroplet Ultrasound Contrast Agents, Anastasiia Vasiukhina, Javad Eshraghi, Adib Ahmadzadegan, Craig Goergen, PhD, Pavlos Vlachos, PhD, Luis Solorio, PhDPurdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
260. Non-Viral Nanocarriers for CRISPR-Based Genome Editing Tool Delivery, Yuyuan Wang, PhD, Shaoqin Gong, PhDUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA
261. Effect of physicochemical properties of polymeric nanoparticles on in vitro and in vivo toxicity, Binapani Mahaling, PhD1,2,3, Dadi A Srinivasa Rao, MPharm1, Namrata Baruah, MS1, Nadim Ahamad, PhD1, Sri Sivakumar, PhD2, Erin Lavik, DSc3, Dhirendra S Katti, PhD11Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Department of Biological Sciences and Bioengineering, Kanpur, India, 2Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Department of Chemical Engineering, Kanpur, India, 3University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD, USA
262. Fabrication of Hydrogel-Coated Gold Nanoshells as a Biosensor for Protein Biomarker Quantification, Andrew Murphy1,2, Marissa Wechsler2,3, Kiana Bahrami3, Catherine Ludolph1, Ayushi Sahu3, H.K.H Jocelyn Dang3, Nicholas Peppas1,2,3,4,51Department of Chemical Engineering, Austin, TX, USA, 2Institute for Biomaterials, Drug Delivery, and Regenerative Medicine, Austin, TX, USA, 3Department of Biomedical Engineering, Austin, TX, USA, 4College of Pharmacy, Austin, TX, USA, 5Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care, Austin, TX, USA
263. In Situ Magnetic Relaxation Localization and Hydrogel Coating of a Nanomaterial Biosensor Device for Continuous Biochemical Surveillance, Richard Murdock, BSME1,2, Michael Cima, PhD1,21Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, Cambridge, MA, USA