Monday, November 13, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Continental 5 (Hilton San Francisco)
#113 - (22b) Symposium on the 65th Birthday of Prof. Clark Colton Part II (T8008)
This is a session of invited papers only by former students and friends of the leading figure of biomedical engineering in the last forty years. Promised papers will cover historical overview of the field, current subjects of research and the future of biomedical and biological engineering. Invited speakers who have agreed to present their views include his former major professor Ed Merrill (MIT), fis collaborator Ken Smith (MIT), the pioneers of the field Ed Leonard (Columbia)and Georges Belfort (RPI), and his former PhD students and postdoc fellows Robert Langer (MIT), Pieter Strove (UC Davis), Bruce Hamilton (NSF), Jay Schnitzer (Harvard Med School), Bob Bratzler (Corey Pharma), Ron Tompkins (Harvard Med School), Andrew Zydney (Penn State), Nicholas Peppas (Univ Texas), George Truskey (Duke), Vince Vilker (NIST), Martin Yarmush (Rutgers), Regina Murphy (Univ Wisconsin), Jerry Meldon (Tufts Univ) and many others.
Chair:Andrew Zydney
CoChair:Kenneth A. Smith
3:15 PMDiffusive Movement of Molecules and Cells in Flowing Blood
Edward F. Leonard, Christian P. Aucoin, Edgar E. Nanne
3:40 PMThe Evolution of Hemodialysis since Clark Colton's Doctoral Thesis
Norma J. Ofsthun
4:05 PMReal-Time Sampling, Concentrating and Measuring of Airborne Aerosols
Kenneth A. Smith
4:30 PMReaction-Enhanced Acid Gas Transport in Membranes and Absorbers
Jerry H. Meldon
4:55 PMProtein Transport in Nanoporous Membranes
Pieter Stroeve
5:20 PMChromatographic Refolding of Proteins
Zhiguo Su

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