Immune Effects of Nanomedicines: Clinical and Experimental Evidence, Prediction and Prevention
An international workshop and PhD course with special focus on the EU project NanoAthero
organized by the Nanomedicine Research and Education Center
Institute of Pathophysiology, Semmelweis University
Budapest, June 21-22, 2016
NanoAthero’s Partner Semmelweiss University had organised an international workshop on “Immune Effects of Nanomedicines: Clinical and Experimental Evidence, Prediction and Prevention” with a special focus on NanoAthero’s results in Budapest this June.
The workshop was featering several speakers coming from the project (e.g. Prof Janos Szebeni and Prof László Rosivall from Semmelweiss University or Prof Gert Strom and Dr Bart Metselaar from the Universtiy of Twente).
In order to allow a fruitfull exchange also speakers from outside the project such as Prof. Tatsuhiro Ishida from the University of Tokushima giving lectures on relevant related results and topics were participating. The talks were followed by a panel discussion on the results of NanoAthero.