www.clinam.org – The European Foundation for Clinical Nanomedicine is a non-profit institution aiming at advancing medicine to the benefit of individuals and society through the application of nanoscience. Aiming at prevention, diagnosis, and therapy through nanomedicine as well as at exploration of its implications, the Foundation reaches its goals through support of clinically focussed research and of interaction and information flow between clinicians, researchers, the public, and other stakeholders. The recognition of the large future impact of nanoscience on medicine and the observed rapid advance of medical applications of nanoscience have been the main reasons for the creation of the Foundation.
www.etp-nanomedicine.eu – the European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine. An essential link for news, conferences, collaboration and research. ETPN has recently produced the second phase of NANOMED 2020, dedicated to the analysis and optimisation of the nanomedicine value chain and development process.
www.bps.ac.uk – The British Pharmacological Society has, at its heart, the development and promotion of pharmacology and of those who are training and working in the field. With over 3000 members from 60 countries around the world, they are a truly international organization.
www.amsocnanomed.org – website of the American Society for Nanomedicine.
www.acn.unsw.edu.au – website of the Australian centre for NanoMedicine
www.sfnano.fr -website of the French Society for Nanomedicine
www.hep-druginteractions.org – a clinically useful, reliable, comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based drug-drug interaction resource, freely available to healthcare workers, patients and researchers.
www.hivtrislide.com – This is a new website designed to be a free, searchable, downloadable database of slide presentations which can be selected, either in part or as total slide-sets to provide a comprehensive resource for health care professionals and others who wish to see the latest information across a broad range of subjects in the field of HIV and associated infections, including viral hepatitis.
www.hiv-pharmacogenomics.org – a comprehensive resource for healthcare professionals and scientists who are interested in the expanding field of HIV pharmacogenomics.
www.liv.ac.uk/pharmacogenetics/centre_for_personalised_medicine – a team of scientists, researchers and nurses identifying genes and pathways which dictate patients positive or negative responses to drugs. The multidisciplinary team collaborate with researchers locally, regionally, nationally and internationally to identify genetic predisposing factors for drug responses associated with a number of diseases.
www.nanoandme.org/home/ – nano&me aims to provide balanced information about nanotechnologies and be the hub of debate for everyone to discuss the important issues which arise from its use.
www.ucl.ac.uk/nanomed – website for the MSc in Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine at UCL, Division of Surgery and Interventional Science.
See also Twitter : @NanoMedUCL