NanoCARE network, coordinated by NanoMedMol

The Nanomedicine network for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases with large social impact: cancer, atherosclerosis, infections has been accepted by the Spanish Science Agency.

NanoMedMol coordinates this network with groups all over Spain to manage the development of new nanomedicines against diseases like paediatric cancer, atherosclerosis and multi-resistant bacteria.

Our new article in ACS Omega

Cu-Doped Extremely Small Iron Oxide Nanoparticles with Large Longitudinal Relaxivity: One-Pot Synthesis and in Vivo Targeted Molecular Imaging

3 nm iron oxide nanoparticles doped with Cu for enhanced positive contrast in MRI

Feb 6th 2019

Our new article in Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine:

Unambiguous detection of atherosclerosis using bioorthogonal nanomaterial

Bioorthogonal chemistry for the pretargeted imaging of atherosclerosis

Jan 16th 2019

Special Issue “Magnetic Nanoparticles in Biomedical Applications” in the journal Materials

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

Magnetic nanoparticles as MRI probes (T1 and/or T2)

Magnetic nanoparticles as in vitro sensors


Magnetic particle imaging

Magnetic nanoparticles in nuclear imaging techniques

New synthetic methods

Bioconjugation of magnetic nanoparticles for bioimaging

Protein corona and magnetic nanoparticles

Dr. Fernando Herranz
Dr. Juan Pellico
Guest Editors

October 8th 2018

We are looking for candidates to ask for one FPU 2018 grant.

Project on Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging for the diagnosis of Cardiovascular diseases. We are looking for chemists, pharmacists and biomedical engineers

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New paper in collaboration with H. Groult (former PhD student in the lab) now at Université de la Rochelle, A. Fernández-Mayoralas from IQOG-CSIC, L. Romero from Instituto Cajal-CSIC and Jesús Ruiz-Cabello from CIC biomaGUNE.

Micellar Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Coated with Anti-Tumor Glycosides

New review from our group: Molecular Imaging with 68Ga Radio-Nanomaterials: Shedding Light on Nanoparticles just published on Applied Sciences.

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