Laboratory for Nanomedicine
Synthesis of nanomaterials for applications in regenerative medicine to manage i.e. normal, chronic and diabetic wounds
Synthesis of smart nanomaterials
Design and synthesis of smart nanomaterials, such as advanced and flexible skin sensors
spin-off company from the Laboratory for Nanomedicine at KAUST
We work at the interface between nanotechnology, chemistry and biology using nanostructures to create smart materials via molecular self-assembly.
14 April, 2020
Following a call by President Tony Chan for KAUST PIs to contribute through their research capabilities to alleviate the COVID-19 pandemic, efforts coordinated by Donal Bradley, KAUST vice president for research, and Pierre Magistretti, KAUST dean of the Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering division, mobilized a group of faculty to form the Rapid Research Response Team (R3T). The focus of R3T is to collaborate with and strongly support the Kingdom's healthcare stakeholders to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
20 January, 2020
Prof. Charlotte Hauser gave a talk during KAUST Research Conference Digital Health 2020 that was entitled "Digital Health: What can we expect from AI in Regenerative Medicine".
The concept of Digital Health (DH) gained traction as a result of a number of complementary advancements in computational sciences, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data analytics, OMICS fields and biomedical technologies with the common aim of improving the health of individuals as well as societal well-being.
08 December, 2019
Our postdoctoral fellow Dr. Rui Ge attended the 6th Beijing Keyin Molecular Dynamic and GROMACS Seminar, which was held in Beijing on December 8-12, 2019. The seminar was organized by Beijing Keyin Research Center for Natural Sciences and Beijing Keyin Technology Development Center.
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Al-Haytham Building (Bldg. 2)