Société Française de Nanomédecine - French Society for Nanomedicine

Posters


The communications that have been accepted by the jury of SFNano are presented hereunder.

Posters have been organized in 2 sessions and grouped by topic. Please check your session and your poster number. You can also download the list here.

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Session ASession B

Session A

Nr Presented by Title Topic
A 1 Abdelghani Mona Elastin-like polypeptides for drug delivery Bio-inspired Nanomedicines
A 2 Bonnard Thomas Engineering recombinant protein for the generation of low-fouling and biodegradable PASKE nanoparticles Bio-inspired Nanomedicines
A 3 Lefrancois Pauline Biomimetic microreactor-based strategy for studying NO-Synthase activities Bio-inspired Nanomedicines
A 4 Ridolfo Roxane Shapes & Nanomedicine Bio-inspired Nanomedicines
A 5 Tsapis Nicolas Bacteria-like particles for macrophage targeting: from formulation to antitubercular drug encapsulation Bio-inspired Nanomedicines
A 6 Abram Tayeb THEORETICAL STUDY OF NEW MATERIALS BASED ON THIOPHENE FOR ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS. Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 7 Alliod Océane Production of controlled and reliable novel nanoemulsions for skin care applications with membrane processes Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 8 Bastiat Guillaume Lipid nanocapsule-loaded polymer-free hydrogels: a new generation of implants to control drug sustained releases. Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 9 Bauer Tobias Alexander Secondary Structure-Driven Self-Assembly of Polypept(o)ides: Core Cross-Linked Polymeric Micelles with Defined Core-Functionality in a Single Step Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 10 Begu Sylvie A comparative study for an effective quercetin delivery to skin : liposomes, lipid nanocapsules and smartCrystals® Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 11 Bonnet Samuel Towards long-circulating multimodal nanoparticles for a better targeting efficiency of atherosclerosis Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 12 Bresseleers Jaleesa The Rational Design of mPEG-b-p(HPMA-Bz) Polymeric Micelles for Specific Size Control Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 13 Briot Thomas In vitro evaluations of new decitabine nanocarriers for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 14 Busignies Virginie Tableting of vectors containing siRNA: a new perspective for an oral administration Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 15 Cammas Marion Sandrine Nanoparticles based on poly(malic acid) derivatives obtained by chemical versus enzymatic polymerization: Effects of acute and chronic exposure on human hepatoma HepaRG cell fate Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 16 Carneiro Simone Synthesis and development of functionalized rifampicin nanoparticles using different strategies Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 17 Charnay Clarence Hollow bridged silsesquioxane nanoparticles for drug delivery Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 18 Doan Bich-Thuy Analysis of MRI and optic dynamic imaging in vivo with bimodal MRI and optical contrast agents applied to biodistribution studies and diagnosis of renal diseases Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 19 Dumas Florence Formulation and characterization of ?water-in-water? emulsion systems Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 20 Fakhari Tehrani Soudeh PEG length of PLA-PEG nanoparticles modulates nanoparticle interactions with brain endothelial cells Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 21 Guerfi Bahdja CHARACTERIZATION OF PENICILLIN V ACID AND ITS RELATED COMPOUNDS BY HPLC Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 22 Guyon Léna Self-assemblies consisting of cell penetrating peptides and ferrocifen for the treatment of lung carcinoma Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 23 Her Chithdavone Formulation of curcumin lipid nanocapsule-loaded gels for inflammatory bowel disease application Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 24 Holm Regina PeptoStars ? Stimuli-responsive Star-Like Polymers based on Polypept(o)ides as Nano Drug Delivery Systems Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 25 Johann Kerstin Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of polypept(o)ide-based drug delivery systems for tuberculosis therapy Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 26 Junnuthula Vijayabhaskarreddy Polymeric nanocarriers for ocular drug delivery Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 27 Keil Tobias FORMULATION OF POLYPLEX SYSTEMS FOR PULMONARY THERAPY Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 28 Lamrayah Myriam Thermoreversible poloxamer based hydrogels containing PLA-nanoparticles for subcutaneous vaccines Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 29 Lebleu Coralie Rational design of polymersomes with controlled size and membrane properties for targeted cell therapy: control of cell interaction and internalization Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 30 Lefebvre Guillaume Spontaneous nano-emulsification: process optimization and modeling for the prediction of the nanoemulsion's size and polydispersity Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 31 Retout Maurice Novel approach to control the functionalization of GNPs with ligands of interest Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 32 Rosca Irina Antifungal activity of bio-dextran coated magnetic nanoparticles Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 33 Seguin Johanne Europium labelled lactosylated albumin as a daily laboratory practice for liver targeting pre-evaluation Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 34 Tavakoli Shirin Retinal drug delivery with light-activated liposome Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 35 Terray Michel Multi-Parameter Characterization of Liposome-Protein Complexes by Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 36 Tsapis Nicolas PLA-PEG nanoparticles improve anti-inflammatory effect of rosiglitazone on macrophages by enhancing drug uptake as compared to free rosiglitazone. Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 37 Ursu Elena-Laura In Vitro Cytotoxicity Evaluation of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Hybrid Dynamic Hydrogels for Biomedical Applications Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 38 Weber Benjamin Polysarcosine: Solution Properties and Application in Vaccines Design and characterization of Nanomedicines
A 39 Paiuk Olena Fluorine-containing block/branched amphiphils for biomedical applications Design and characterization of Nanomedicines

 

Session B

Nr Presented by Title Topic
B 1 Al-Arag Siham Application of Dental Pulp Stem Cells as Anticancer Drug Transporters for Chemotherapy Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 2 Bagheri Mahsa Preparation and characterization of paclitaxel loaded mPEG-b-p(HPMA-Bz) polymeric micelles Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 3 Benizri Sébastien Lipid-Oligonucleotides technology for delivery of nucleic acids and anticancer drugs Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 4 Cao Martine Pulmonary delivery of a liposome formulation encapsulating a natural flavonoid in the treatment of lung cancer Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 5 Genevois Coralie In vivo imaging of prostate cancer tumors and metastasis using non-specific fluorescent nanoparticles in mouse. Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 6 Delahousse Julia New ifosfamide prodrug's for a better antitumor therapeutic. A window towards nanomedicine Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 7 Estève Marie-Anne Biodistribution and safety of dextran-coated gold nanoparticles in vivo Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 8 Gattacceca Florence Good Pharmacokinetic Practices for evaluation of nanomedicines in cancer Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 9 Hurbin Amandine Anti-tumor efficacy of hyaluronan-based nanoparticles for the co-delivery of drugs in lung cancer Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 10 Jordan Olivier SPION‐mediated hyperthermia: which administration route for an efficient minimally invasive, multimodal tumor treatment ? Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 11 Kolosnjaj-Tabi Jelena Dismantling tumor barriers by nanoparticle‐mediated hyperthermia to lead the way to therapeutic agents Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 12 Lassalle Henri-Pierre Cyclodextrins as temoporpfin nanoshuttles Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 13 Malinovslaya Yulia HEMOCOMPATIBILITY AND CYTOTOXICITY OF DOXORUBICIN-LOADED PLGA NANOPARTICLES Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 14 McClenaghan Nathan Aza-BODIPY Polymersome Agents for Photodynamic Therapy Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 15 Mura Simona Shedding lights on cancer cells and their microenvironment: an in vitro 3D tumor model of pancreatic cancer for preclinical prediction of in vivo behavior of nanomedicines Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 16 Nicolas-Boluda Alba Evaluating the biodistribution of mesenchymal stem cell derived extracellular vesicles, synthetic liposomes and liposome-vesicle hybrids in a colon peritoneal carcinomatosis model. Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 17 Palazzo Claudio Formulation and characterization of photosensitizing cluster loaded PLGA nanoparticles potentially useful for the treatment of ovarian cancer. Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 18 Rodallec Anne A [Docetaxel-Trastuzumab] immunoliposome designed for breast cancer: In vivo proof of concept studies Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 19 Sancey Lucie Evaluation of self-assembled gel nanoparticles based on hyaluronic acid for tumor therapy Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 20 Shariati Molood Evaluating the potential of Polyarginine-Hyaluronic acid nanoparticles for IP administration of chemotherapeutics and nucleic acids Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 21 Varache Mathieu Evaluation of in vitro cytotoxicity of nanoantibiotic dextrin-colistin conjugates Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 22 Zhao Mengnan Anticancer drugs-loaded photo-polymerizable hydrogel for the treatment of glioblastoma Nanomedicine and Cancer
B 23 Aydinlioglu Esra Self-assembly Behaviour of pH-responsive Polypeptide-based Nanoparticles as Promising Drug Delivery Carriers Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 24 Benaziz Ouarda Preparation of chitosan nanoparticles by ionotropic gelation Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 25 Daniel Jonathan BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO BRIGHT AND NON-TOXIC MOLECULAR-BASED LUMINESCENT NANOPARTICLES FOR BIOIMAGING Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 26 Divita Gilles In Vivo Gene Editing with CRISPR/CAS9 Using Peptide based Nanoparticle Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 27 Kappel Cinja Conjugation of antibodies to nanoparticles can lead to undesired liver accumulation Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 28 Le Minh Quan In vitro and in vivo evaluation of 5 nanoparticles as antigen delivery system in airway mucosa Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 29 Meyer Miché Peptide functionalized gold nanorods for the selective induction of apoptosis in target cells Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 30 Raisin Sophie Innovative nanodelivery systems for Influenza antigens Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 31 Twarog Caroline Understanding physicochemical interactions between selected intestinal permeation enhancers and peptide therapeutics to improve oral peptide formulation Nanomedicine and delivery of Biomacromolecules
B 32 Brougham Dermot Novel NMR methods in developing functional magnetic nanomaterials for image guided delivery / stimulated release Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 33 Cao Shoupeng Transformable nanoparticles for targeted tumor delivery and deeper penetration Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 34 Sciortino Flavien Hybridosomes®: Innovative Multifunctional Nanoplatforms for Theranostics Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 35 Daniel Jonathan BRIGHT AND PHOTOSTABLE FULLY-ORGANIC NANOPARTICLES FOR MULTICOLOUR SINGLE PARTICLE TRACKING Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 36 Ferreiro Isabel Peptide-Based Nanoparticles for in vivo siRNA delivery Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 37 Fétiveau Lucile Prussian blue analogs nanoparticles for theranostics Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 38 Hank Zakia Synthesis and study of metal complexes Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 39 Jeanjean Pauline In vitro imaging of cancer cell death induced by magnetic hyperthermia Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 40 Khader Nadia Nano drug vectorization Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 41 Lajous Hélène Development and evaluation of a macromolecular prodrug: interest of multifunctional polymeric nanoparticles reticulated over cisplatin and decorated with gadolinium in the locoregional treatment of glioblastoma Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 42 Lavaud Jonathan Exploration of melanoma metastases in mice brains using endogenous contrast photoacoustic imaging Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 43 Loubat Cédric Custom synthesis of PEGylated multi-functional polymers for encapsulating nanoparticles of interest in Nanomedicine. Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 44 Peramo Arnaud Selective intracellular modification of protein using palladium nanoparticles Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 45 Perton Francis Fluorescent and Magnetic Stellate Large Pore Mesoporous Silica Nanocomposites for Bimodal Bioimaging Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 46 Porret Estelle Impact of customized peptide stabilized gold nanoclusters on cell absorption and internalization Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 47 Riziki Darius The selection of aptamers against serum biomarker proteins of tuberculosis Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 48 Sandre Olivier PEGylated magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles: cell uptake and magnetically induced cytotoxicity Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 49 Santelli Julien Multimodal Gd2O2S:Ln3+ nanoplatforms: versatile tracers for whole body imaging and cell tracking Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging
B 50 Zaichenko Alexander Bio-inspired Self-Assemblies Formed by Functional Polymeric Amphiphils, Micelles and Intermolecular Complexes with Drugs and Nucleic Acids Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging

 


AWARDS for ORAL & POSTER communications

awards

As every year, two committees of experts will be responsible for the evaluation of the work of young researchers. Awards will be granted for candidates that fulfill the conditions:

  • The Sanofi Prize for the best oral communication: 1000€
  • The IdEx Prize for the best poster presentation: 500€.
  • New! SFNano Young (JC2-SFNano) will organize a special contest on “My thesis in 180 seconds” for the students that fulfill the Conditions. The 1000€ award is sponsored by IdEx.
  • ESMI will provide an award for the best poster in the category Smart Nanosystems for Therapy and Imaging. ESMI will offer one free registration to the European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2018 in San Sebastián (certificate will be provided).
 

Conditions for all prizes

To be eligible, candidates have to meet one of the following requirements:

  • Student in Master or PhD student
  • Post-doctoral fellows: 1st or 2nd year

Register and participate to the annual meeting. You’ll be able to attend to the awards. See who won last year:

Awardees from last year

The quality and diversity of the poster and podium presentations, often by young researchers, attested to the attractiveness of the meeting and the thriving character of Nanomedicine :

  • The Sanofi Prize (1 000 €)  was awarded to Chiara Bastiancich for her work on “Lauroyl-gemcitabine loaded nanomedicine hydrogel for the local treatment of glioblastoma”. Advanced Drug Delivery and Biomaterials, Louvain Drug Research Institute, Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
  • The ESMI prize for the best poster presentation (500 €) was awarded to Geoffrey Prévot for his work entitled “Magnetic Particle Imaging dedicated Oil-in-Water nanoemulsion platform for atherosclerosis diagnosis” INSERM – DRBOD, Bordeaux (France)
  • The C’nano prize (500 €) was awarded to Marie-Julie Guichard for her work on “Development of a long-acting PEGylated derivative of recombinant human deoxyribonuclease I for cystic fibrosis therapy”. Louvain Drug Research Institute, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain (Belgium)

 

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