Nanomedicines Immunotargeting: Hitting the Target or Lost In Translation ? [ 2013 - 2016 ]

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Researchers: Prof Benjamin Thierry (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Ivan Kempson Prof Guangjun Nie Prof Dayang Wang

Brief description Nanomedicines are some of the most exciting novel approaches to improving the way we detect, manage and treat cancers. This cross-disciplinary project aims to provide a rigorous understanding of how nanomedicines penetrate solid tumour tissues. To validate in vitro tumour model developed in the project, in vivo studies will be carried out in a mice model. The penetration and distribution of nanomedicines inside tumour tissues after intravenous administration will be determined.

Funding Amount $AUD 413,042.84

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