Are you curious about the rapidly growing field of paper microfluidics? Or maybe you’re already in the field and want to meet up with others doing the same? Are you already planning to visit Boston this fall for MRS and building your itinerary?
Then check out this year’s Microfluidics 2.0 Workshop on Capillary-based Microfluidics for Bioanalysis hosted at Boston University on Friday November 30, 2012 and Saturday morning December 1, 2012 by the Klapperich Laboratory and the Boston University Department of Biomedical Engineering.
The lineup looks fantastic and includes speakers plus hands-on demos!
Day One Confirmed Speakers:
- Dr. Richard Crooks, Department of Chemistry & BiochemistryThe University of Texas at Austin,“Amplification and Electrochemical Detection Strategies Implemented in Origami-based Paper Fluidic Devices.”
- Dr. Karen Gleason, Alexander and I. Michael Kasser Professor of Chemical Engineering, MIT,“Paper Photovoltaics.”
- Dr. Marya Lieberman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame,“Fast screening for Low-Quality Pharmaceuticals with Paper Millifluidic devices.”
- Jose Gomez-Marquez, MIT- Little Devices Group, Cambridge, MA, “Design for Hack in Paper Diagnostics.”
- Dr. John D. Brennan, Canada Research Chair in Bioanalytical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, McMaster University, “TBA.”
- Dr. Bernhard Weigl, PATH, Seattle, WA, “TBA”
- Dr. Ratmir Derda, Department of Chemistry, University of Alberta, ““Paper Petri Dishes”: Point-of-Care Production, Culture, and Antibiotic Screening.”
- Dr. Barry Lutz, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA,“Programming Paper Networks for Automated Point of Care Assays.”
Day Two Confirmed Hands-on Demonstration Presenters:
- Dr. Charlie Mace, Diagnostics for All, Cambridge, MA, “TBA.”
- Dr. Marya Lieberman, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame, “Making and Testing a Paper Device to Detect Low-Quality Pharmaceuticals.”
- Dr. Jacqueline Linnes, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, “Adher.io TB, A Paper-Based Drug Adherence Monitor.”
- Dr. Ratmir Derda, Department of Chemistry, University of Alberta,“Paper Petri Dishes.”
Click here to register.