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There will be a video screen as well as a Tweet Chat box, so the visitor can comment, and ask questions of the panelists and host.  And you can always post any news on the Hashtag #NanotechnologyWeekly.


NanoMedicine Weekly is a show about cutting edge nanomedicine research, science, and its impact on the public and society at large.  Nanotechnology is spurning a new revolution in medicine, and is using Google Hangouts to spread the word. 
This show is a blend of ideas, visions, and thoughts of scientists and industry leaders in the field.  Each week our host Dr. Chakravarthy will interview top researchers and thought leaders in the field to help educate the public about what nanomedicine really is, and its profound impact it will have on medicine and society at large. 

About the Host:
Dr. Krishnan Chakravarthy MD
Dr. Krishnan Chakravarthy MD, PhD founded NanoAxis in 2008. He holds a B.A. degree in Biology from the University of Chicago. At present Krishnan is completing his residency training in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He completed his joint MD, PhD program at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. He has also served as a contractor at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) where he researched host immunity to influenza virus as a way of developing novel therapeutic strategies.
Dr. Chakravarthy’s contributions to the field of nanomedicine has been recognized at a national level with prestigious honors and awards. He continues to publish papers, patents, and is a guest speaker at both national and international conferences around the world. As President and CEO, he intends to guide NanoAxis to becoming a global leader in nanomedicine technologies, placing NanoAxis at the cutting edge of medicine and nanotechnology.  He is a dedicated, passionate individual to the education and use of nanotechnology in medicine, and believes only through education can great scientific advances have true relevance.



Week 7: February 26th: Xia: Biochips: A Chance for Better Cancer Therapy

Week 6: February 19th, 2014: Yuriv Svidinenko, Ukrainian Medical Illustrator, who specializes in NanoMedicine Animation

Week 5: February 12th, 2014: Arsalan Shabbir MD,   Nanomedicine and Cellular Regeneration.  

Week 4: February 5th, 2014: Ayden Jacob, a Bioengineer, Interventional Oncology Researcher at UCSF

Week 3:  January 29th, 2014:  “Quantum Dot Technology for Multiplexing Applications”

Week 2: January 22, 2014: “Pharmaceutical Applications of NanoMedicine”

WEEK 1:  January 15, 2014: Krishnan and Lena Liu from Boston University



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