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Nanotechnologies for precision medicine
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TT.IX.C.1 Cristina POTRICH
FBK Centre for Materials and Microsystems & LaBSSAH - LaBoratory of Biomarker Studies and Structure Analysis for Health, Trento
From biofunctional surfaces to Lab-on-a-chip: how nanotechnologies meet precision medicine  abst
TT.IX.C.2 Valentina MONICA
Laboratory of Cell Migration, Candiolo Cancer Institute  IRCCS & University of Turin
Cancer organoids: a precision approach to tumor treatment  abst
TT.IX.C.3 Salvatore IANNOTTA
CNR-IMEM, Parma
Biosensing and Bioelectronics based on organic electrochemical Transistors for Controlling and Monitoring drug processes and Bio-marker detection
TT.IX.C.4 Valentina BERTANA
Chilab - Materials and Microsystems Laboratory - Polytechnic of Turin
Integration of additive manufacturing techniques for 3D printing of microfluidic chips with embedded micrometric features
Chair: Cecilia PEDERZOLLI, FBK
    In collaboration with: Polytechnic of Turin

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For the past two decades, advances in systems biology as well as micro and nanotechnologies allowed clinicians to imagine the personalized medicine providing the right treatment for each patient thanks to the disease understanding at the molecular level. The research progresses in micro and nanotechnologies have produced innovative methods for sample processing, fluid handling and signal detection. The abilities of moving, mixing and concentrating minute amount of fluids are changing exponentially the healthcare scenery with long-term implications in terms of diagnostics, treatments and delivery of care in the future.  Using integrated biomarker sensors it becomes possible to detect diseases in extremely sensitive and specific manner. Highly miniaturized biosensors offer a low-cost, robust, and sensitive/selective platform for a variety of precision medicine applications. Among biomarkers, nucleic acids have enormous potential in non-invasive diagnostics and disease management (liquid biopsy) resulting in a great demand for accurate miRNA, mRNA, and ctDNA identification and profiling. For example, they may lead to screening of early stage cancer that is not detectable by tissue biopsy or imaging. This session will present some activities performed by research groups starting from different backgrounds as microfabrication, material and surface science, electronics and biomedicine.


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