The Center for Nanomedicine strives to (i) develop breakthroughs in nanomedicine to gain a better understanding of the relationship between molecules, materials, and biological systems; (ii) create new interdisciplinary science to develop nanomaterials and nanotools that can overcome current limitations in biology and medicine; (iii) generate world-class creative research output for nanomedicine; and (iv) become a premier global hub where interdisciplinary frontier sciences actively communicate
The goal of the Center for Nanomedicine is to establish a foundation for the future convergence of nanomaterials and biological systems. Our center aims to introduce new possibilities to the scientific community by developing ‘Evolutionary Nanomaterials’ capable of monitoring and understanding biological phenomena with ultimate precision and accuracy. These will eventually provide promising solutions for many challenges in current medical approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
The Center for Nanomedicine seeks to develop this new scientific field on the basis of interdisciplinary research across the related fields of chemistry, physics, bioengineering, and medicine.