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NanoMed Network

Using novel nanomaterials and nanotechnologies, including graphene, to meet clinical challenges

About us

The Nanotechnology in Medicine (NanoMed) Network is a cross-faculty interdisciplinary network that aims to facilitate the exploitation of novel nanomaterials and nanotechnologies, such as graphene and other 2D materials, in order to provide solutions for currently unmet clinical challenges.

The network capitalises the University’s vibrant biomedical and clinical research community, along with our world-leading expertise in physical and engineering sciences, to encourage ground breaking, excellent science and clinical technology development in this new and high-value area of research.

By focusing effort on responding to unmet clinical needs, the NanoMed Network will make full use of the considerable untapped potential within the University and broader MAHSC partnership, bringing together the activities of the international and national nanomedicine community, and opening up valuable new opportunities with major funders and industry.

Read more about the scope of the network.

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If you have any questions about the NanoMedNetwork please email our Strategic Funding Team

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