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Actualités - Equipe de Pharmacie Biogalénique


October 2017
Accepted publication in Scientific Reports
Non-invasive quantitative imaging of hepatocellular carcinoma growth in mice by micro-CT using liver-targeted iodinated nano-emulsions
Anton, N.* ; Parlog, A. ; Bou About, G. ; Attia, M.F. ; Wattenhofer-Donzé, M. ; Jacobs, H. ; Goncalves da Cruz, I. ; Robinet, E. ; Sorg, T. ; Vandamme T.F.


January 2017
Highlight in a general public magazine / Article dans un magazine grand public
Nanoparticules lumineuses qui amènent le médicament à sa cible
Blu magazine contre le cancer • n°2, 2016 / 2017read more (p. 30)


January 27th, 2017
Nicolas Anton
Efficient nano-emulsions based contrast agents for biomedical imaging
Invited speaker • Novel bio-imaging tools for understanding life • Faculté de Médecine Strasbourg • France read more


December 6th, 2016
Thierry Vandamme
Innovative lipid-based systems for biomedical imaging
Invited speaker • BioPro Meet & Match : Challenges in Early Drug Development and Innovation in Drug Delivery • Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) • Germany read more


November 15th, 2016
Nicolas Anton
Nano-emulsion as a general platform for biomedical imaging
Invited speaker • European Meeting MEDTECH Alsace • IHU Strasbourg • France


September 25th, 2016
Radio interview
France Bleu Alsace related to our published work on nano-emulsions targeting cancer in mice (published in J. Controlled Release 2016 236:57-67) read more / listen


August 4th, 2016
Scientific Highlight
Inserm News Fluorescent nano-emulsion based carriers target tumors : a collaborative work between Biogalenique Pharmacy team CNRS 7199, Andrey Klymchenko’s lab (CNRS 7213), and Jacky Goetz lab (Inserm 1109), published in J. Controlled Release 2016 236:57-67, was highlighted in the newsletter of the French Institute of Health (INSERM), read more