Nanotheranostics:An emerging nanoscience.- Green bionanomaterials: current status and future prospects in theranostics.- Current status and prospects of Chitosan-metal Nanoparticles and their applications as theranostic agents.- Aptamersnano complexes and aptamer based biosensors' role in ultrasensitive sensing.- Nanotheranostics Approaches In Antimicrobial Resistance.- Nanomaterials for selective targeting of intracellular pathogens.- Impact of nanoformulations on viruses and bacteria.- Theranostic potential of aptamers in antimicrobial chemotherapy.- Current and future aspects of nanotheranostics in cancer therapeutics.- Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPIONs) for Cancer Theranostic applications.- Theranostic applications of Nanobiotechnology in Cancer.- Aminolevulinic acid associated with nanotechnology for theranostic applications.- Non-viral targeted gene delivery for inflammatory disorder: applications and limitation.
Mahendra Rai is Senior Professor and UGC-BSR Faculty Fellow at the Department of Biotechnology, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University at Amravati, Maharashtra, India. Among his academic appointments are: Scientist at the Department of Bioenergetics, University of Geneva, Switzerland,the Department of Plant Protection of Debrecen University, Debrecen, Hungary, Department of Chemical Biology, University of Campinas, Brazil under Indo-Brazil Research Programme (DST-CNPq collaboration), visiting Professor in Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, State University of Campinas, Brazil, and visiting professor in Ostrava, Czech Republic. His area of expertise includes microbial biotechnology and nanobiotechnology. His present research interests are nanobiotechnology in medicine, agriculture and bioethanol production. He has published more than 400 research papers in national and international journals. In addition, he has edited/authored 50 books and 6 patents. Dr Bushra Jamil is currently working as Assistant Professor at National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS), Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Her scientific interests include Microbiology, antibiotic production, nanomedicines and drug designing. She is particularly interested in nano delivery of antibiotics as a tool to combat antimicrobial resistance, which was her PhD research topic too. She has published numerous research and review articles in impact factor journals. She is also the author of two book chapters. She has presented her work in several national and international conferences.