Modelling applications of nanomaterials in biology and medicine [ 2007 - 2011 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof JM Hill; Dr N Thamwattana

Brief description This proposal will address fundamental issues related to nanomaterials and their applications in biology and medicine. Accurate mathematical models will be formulated, leading to new practical techniques in nanobiotechnology, safe and effective methods to diagnose and cure diseases including cancer via targeted drug and gene delivery, and detection methods for biological hazards, such as those arising from biological terrorism. The research facility proposed involves significant training of applied mathematicians at honours, PhD and postdoctoral levels and multidisciplinary collaboration, ensuring that Australia maintains and develops an expertise in nanobiotechnology well into the future.

Funding Amount $795,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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