Project leader Dr Ivana Vinković Vrček and PhD student Rinea Barbir participated in the first COST CA17140 Nano2Clinic Training School, held in Trieste from 8th to 11th April 2019.
The training included various interesting and instructive lectures and workshops encompassing all areas of nanomedicine. Dr Vinković Vrček held a lecture titled “Safe-by-design approach to foster clinical translation of nano-enabled medical products”,in which she invited the scientific community to consider nanomaterial safety instead of focusing solely on efficacy. Rinea Barbir presented her research with a poster titled “Biocompatibility evaluation of selenium nanoparticles as promising delivery nanosystems“.
In collaboration with Dr Vinković Vrček, Dr Atiđa selmani presented her poster “Stability of selenium nanoparticles as novel anticancer delivery vehicle in
relevant biological media”.
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