NANODEM Workshop on


Madrid (Spain), Sept. 21-22, 2015
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Faculty of Chemistry (Sala de Grados “D”)

NANODEM (Nanophotonic device for multiple therapeutic drug monitoring) is a 4-year STREP project (2012-16), aimed to develop a novel monitor for point-of-care online immunosuppressant measurements in transplanted patients. The device will be based on minimally-invasive intravenous microdialysis, state-of-the-art microfluidics and optoelectronics, and magnetic nanoparticle-amplified fluorescence immunoassays. This Workshop will provide training on the different methods of fluorescence spectroscopy and probes that can be applied to biosensing in the chemical and biomedical fields. Therefore, PhD students and researchers looking to learn about recent advances in these exciting areas are invited to participate (Attendance to the Workshop is free but limited to 40 participants after pre-registration and approval. Please, send your request by e-mail, before Sept. 7th, to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

The program of the workshop and other usefull information can be found at this link.