Nanomedicine is a rapidly evolving research area with a strong interdisciplinary character, requiring the interaction of scientists from different disciplines, such as chemistry, engineering, physics, biology, biotechnology, medicine, and pharmacology. Nanoconstructs intended for biomedical purposes cover a wide variety of potential applications: systems for the targeted delivery of therapeutic compounds; agents for bioimaging; biosensors; biomarkers; robots at the molecular scale; components for membranes, coatings, films, or scaffolds; etc.
This Topic aims to collect articles dealing with any aspect of nanoscience and nanotechnology applied to biology and medicine, from the design, synthesis, and characterization of novel nanomaterials and nanoconstructs to the evaluation of their effects in applications within the biomedical field. Particular attention is devoted to the development of innovative methodological approaches and technological tools.
The Topic is open to basic and applied science as well as to preclinical studies; submissions of both original research and review articles from researchers, clinicians, and the industry are all welcome.
Prof. Manuela Malatesta
Prof. Dr. Federico Boschi
Dr. Flavia Carton
- nanodiagnostic device
- quantum dots
- targeted drug delivery
- biomedical imaging
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|4.7||3.7||2013||14.7 Days||CHF 2600|
Current Issues in Molecular Biologycimb
|3.1||2.4||1999||16.5 Days||CHF 2000|
International Journal of Molecular Sciencesijms
|5.6||7.8||2000||16.8 Days||CHF 2900|
|5.3||7.4||2011||11.7 Days||CHF 2900|
|5.4||6.9||2009||17 Days||CHF 2900|
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