Nanotechnology based therapeutic interventions in wound healing

Chronic non-healing wounds represent a growing problem due to their high morbidity and cost. Despite recent advances in wound healing, several systemic and local factors can disrupt the weighed physiologic healing process. I will present and discusses the role of nanotechnology in promoting the wound healing process. Nanotechnology-based materials have physicochemical, optical and biological properties unique from their bulk equivalent. These nanoparticles can be incorporated into scaffolds to create nanocomposite smart materials, which promote wound healing through their antimicrobial, as well as selective anti- and pro-inflammatory, and pro-angiogenic properties.


Owed to their high surface area, nanoparticles have also been used for drug delivery as well as gene delivery vectors. In addition, nanoparticles affect wound healing by influencing collagen deposition and realignment and provide approaches for skin regeneration and wound healing. Finally will present data from our current research on wound healing, based on functionalized graphene nanocomposite materials and stem cells technology. Wound healing is a multibillion-dollar industry. The annual market value of successful wound healing product could exceed over 50 billion dollars.

Author: Alexander M. Seifalian, The London BioScience Innovation Centre, UK. 

International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair and Regenerative MedicineDate & venue: June 14-15, 2018 | London, UKWebsite:


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