Special Issue "Nanomaterials for Phototherapeutic Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2018
Prof. Scott Reed
Prof. Jung-Jae Lee
Nanomaterials can enhance the delivery and performance of phototherapeutic agents. Furthermore, the unique properties of nanomaterials mean that they can act as phototherapeutics or adjuvants to phototherapy. Recent advances in the areas of phototherapy using nanomaterials have laid the groundwork for vibrant new interdisciplinary research. We look forward to receiving contributions in these research areas that push the boundaries of this exciting new field.Prof. Scott Reed
Prof. Jung-Jae Lee
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- Theranostic nanomedicine (diagnostics and therapy)
- Targeted phototherapy
- Photodynamic therapy
- Photothermal therapy (Photothermolysis)
- Nanoparticle-photosensitizer interactions
- Nanoparticle delivery of phototherapeutics
- Light-sensitive drug delivery systems