Laboratory of Nanomedicine work at the interface between nanotechnology, chemistry and biology using nanostructures to create smart materials via molecular self-assembly.
- Rationally designed nanomaterials for tissue engineering (chemical synthesis, 3-D bio printing of organs/tissues, organs-on-a-chip)
- Fabrication of ultra-sensitive biomedical sensors (bionic sensors, biomarker detection)
- Bench-to-bedside regenerative medical applications (cell therapy, stem cells, disease modeling)
The Laboratory has several state of the art facilities and equipment’s. Some of them are listed below:
For more information please visit Laboratory for Nanomedicine website nanomedicine.kaust.edu.sa.