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10th Edition of World Nanotechnology Conference

March 10-12, 2025

March 10 -12, 2025 | Rome, Italy
World Nano 2024

A B M Sharif Hossain

A B M Sharif Hossain, Speaker at Nanomaterials Conference
Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Saudi Arabia
Title : Production and application of nanocellulose based nano-biopolymer derived from plant lignocellulose as tissue engineering biomaterials and drug delivery


The nanocellulose-based nanobiomaterials like nano-biofilm and nanocoating are appropriate to the medical, biomedical, cosmetics, and bioengineering industries. Biomaterial derived from plant sources like biopolymers is naturally organic and biodegradable. Potential applications of nanocellulose as nano-biomaterials in the fields of biosensors, wound healing, bone-cartilage regeneration, and dental applications as nanocellulose has great potential as a biomaterial for dental and oral applications. In addition, nanocellulose is promising to use in nanobiofilm and nanocoating for medicine (capsules and drugs), scaffolds for engineering of blood vessels, neural tissue, liver, adipose tissue, repairing connective tissue, congenital heart defects, nanobiomedicine, constructing contact lenses and protective barriers because of naturally organic and biodegradable. This study was carried out to investigate nanocellulose-based nanomaterials and nanobiopolymers from ligno-cellulose-derived plant biomass coming after bioprocess technology. From the results, it was observed that nano cellulose organic based nano-biomaterials were better than synthetic-based materials for wound healing, bone-cartilage regeneration, and other applications depending upon the different properties identified by ASTM (Americal standard for testing and materials) standard. Therefore, it can be concluded that organic (nanocellulose) based biodegradable nano-biomaterials may be used as biomedical and medical components in the field of tissue engineering, drug delivery as biomedical and medical components, and application in the pharmaceutical industry.


Dr. ABM Sharif Hossain obtained his PhD in Plant and Industrial Biotechnology in 2006 at Ehime University, Japan. He holds a position as an Associate Professor of Biotechnology in the Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University KSA. Dr. Hossain has a total of 245 publications including patents, Journal papers, 15 books, and book chapters. He has more than 70 articles are Web of Sciences (ISI) and more than 80 have been published in Scopus Journal. He has a total of 55 Conference abstracts and proceedings. He achieved an h-index: of 28 and a total Google Scholar citation: of 3322. Dr. Hossain was the first scientist at Hail University and achieved the Vice Chancellor award at Hail University, KSA. Dr. Hossain supervised PhD: 6 (UM, UKM, Malaysia), MSc: 12, Undergraduate: 40 (University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur and Hail University, KSA) students. He has completed 20 research projects. He is an Editorial member of 10 Journals. In addition, he is an External Examiner for PhD and MSc Thesis of 5 Universities. Dr. Hossain is expertise in Plant Biotechnology, Environmental Science and Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology, and Nanobiotechnology (nanomaterials) like nanocellulose and nano-starch crystal, nano-biofilm and nano-biosensor chip production using cellulose derived from plant biomass resources.