Review Paper about Nanomaterials for in vivo Imaging
Dr. Bryan Smith and Prof. Sam Gambhir thoroughly review the design, fabrication, and safety of new developed nanomaterials as contrast agents for in vivo imaging.
New Activatable Photoacoustic Probes for Molecular Imaging
Dr. Qingqing Miao and Prof. Kanyi Pu review the new designs of photoacoustic probes that can provide real-time molecular information at the sites of interest.
Helpful paper about meta-analysis of nanoparticle delivery
Nature paper reviews nanoparticle delivery to tumours.
Tips for Incoming Ph.D. Students
Thank you to Dr. Stearns for sharing these tips!
Aims Pages Writings
The Collaborative Learning and Integrated Mentoring in the Biosciences (CLIMB) presents videos and examples about writing successful Aims Pages in dissertation proposals and in grant applications.
Rescuing US Biomedical Research from its Systemic Flaws
Dr. Varmus and colleagues share ideas on improving the NIH.
Nanotechnology Characterization Lab
The National Cancer Institute hosts the NCL in support of clinical translation of nanotechnology. Note assays available.
What to Expect from your PhD Supervisor
...And what they expect of you. Great webinar.
The 'Right' Size in Nanobiotechnology
Professor George Whitesides discusses the relationship between chemistry and nanotechnology in this classic paper.
Watch archived seminar speakers from the Stanford Nano-Bio seminar series.
Stanford Cardiovascular Seminar Speakers
Watch exciting talks in the field of cardiovascular medicine
Jesse outlines the role of theranostic nanoparticles in Accounts of Chemical Research.
A Molcular Imaging Primer
Michelle James and Sam Gambhir comprehensively review Molecular Imaging in 2012.
The Big Picture of Nanomedicine
Dr. Jeffrey McCullough at Michigan reviews the current status of FDA-approved nanomedicines. See also impressive supplementary information.
A Review on Photoacoustic Contrast Agents
To get a better understanding of Photoacoustic Contrast Agents, read this review by Sarah Bohndiek and colleagues in Nature.