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Editor in Chief

James R. Baker, Jr.

Michigan Nanotechnology

Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences

University of Michigan

Associate Editors

Jeff W. M. Bulte

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Ashutosh Chilkoti

Duke University

James E. Crowe

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Mary Jane Cunningham

Nanomics BioSciences, Inc.

Tarek M. Fahmy

Yale University

Daniel S. Kohane

Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital Boston

Gregory M. Lanza

Washington University Medical School

Nancy A. Monteiro-Riviere

North Carolina State University

Judit E. Puskas

University of Akron

James W. Schneider

Carnegie Mellon University

David H. Thompson

Purdue University

Nils G. Walter

University of Michigan

Advisory Board

Helene Andersson

Ananth Annapragada

Mark Banaszak-Holl

Raj Bawa

Denis Buxton

Adriano Cavalcanti

Jing Cheng

Vicki Colvin

Stefaan De Smedt

Ken Donaldson

Andrew Ellington

Bengt Fadeel

Rogerio Gaspar

Kevin Healy

Harry Heinzelmann

Jons Hilborn

Andreas Jordan

Kazunori Kataoka

Jan Kehr

Cato Laurencin

Laurent Levy

Peter Luijten

Peter Ma

Antonio Marcomini

Thomas Meade

Klaas Nicolay

Shuming Nie

Matt O'Donnell

Manfred Radmacher

Michael Roukes

Michael Sailor

Frank Sinner

Samuel Stupp

Hulda Shaidi Swai

Igal Szleifer

Ramon Torrecillas

Lang Tran

Itamar Willner

Jackie Y. Ying

Jianhong Zhu

Aims and Scope

Nanotechnology is universally recognized as one of the most important scientific fields of the twenty-first century. Biomedical applications of this technology offer great promise in finding new approaches to repairing damaged tissues and curing disease. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews (WIREs): Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology will address key topics from the perspectives of medicine, biology, physics, chemistry, and engineering, and serve as an encyclopedic reference for nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology research. Its topical coverage includes: Nanotechnology approaches to biology; Diagnostic tools; Therapeutic approaches and drug discovery; Implantable materials and surgical technologies; Toxicology and regulatory issues.

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