Open Outlook: Nanomedicine is a series of concise video-based perspectives from international key opinion leaders that look at the “Biomedical perspectives of novel biomaterials” in a celebration of 10 years of the journal.
Nanomedicine has already revolutionized medicine, yet, we still find us asking the question "why". In this video, Dr. Thomas J. Webster (Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Nanomedicine, Northeastern University, USA) describes why (scientifically) nanomedicine has helped to treat numerous diseases.
Application of titania nanotube arrays for biomedical devices and future perspective
Dr. Lijie Grace Zhang (Associate Editor, International Journal of Nanomedicine, George Washington University, USA) talks about 3D bioprinting techniques and nanobiomaterials for medical applications such as vascularized bone and neural engineering.
Update on novel biomaterials for orthopedic applications
Dr. Sirinrath Sirivisoot (King Mongut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand) presents research in nano-biomaterials as an in-situ sensor for detections of proteins to determine bone growth; and bacterial biofilm formation, and as a small implantable antenna.