Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Salon L (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Topical 3: 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Electrophoresis Society (AES) (T3)

#333 - Biomems and Microfluidics - Novel Applications (T3008)
Biological microsystems and microfluidic devices have developed significantly in recent years. Many of these systems have evolved beyond the technology development stage into applications in clinical and commercial areas. While the traditional application areas have primarily been within the realms of diagnostics and sensing, these technologies have advanced into other areas such as cell separation, platforms for tissue engineering, platforms to study stem cell behavior, implantable prosthetic devices, and drug delivery systems, to name only a few. This session aims to bring together researchers from academia, industry, and government working in a broad spectrum of novel application areas.
Chair:Hang Lu
CoChair:Kevin D. Dorfman
3:15 PMModification of Cells Using a High-Throughput Microelectroporator
Daniel Stark, Yoonsu Choi, Sourindra Maiti, Dean Lee, Robert Raphael, Thomas Killian, Laurence Cooper, Sibani Lisa Biswal
3:36 PMRapid Fabrication and Characterization of 3-D Branched Microvascular Flow Networks
Jen-Huang Huang, Jeongyun Kim, Arul Jayaraman, Victor M. Ugaz
3:57 PMNegative Selection Separation of Cells In Microfluidic Devices
James V. Green, Brian D. Plouffe, Milica Radisic, Shashi K. Murthy
4:18 PMMicrofluidic Cell Electroporation Using a Mechanical Valve
Jun Wang, M. Jane Stine, Chang Lu
4:39 PMComplex 3D Scaffolds for Cell Culture
Noy Bassik, George Stern, Mustapha Jamal, David H. Gracias
5:00 PMMicrofluidic Neuromuscular Control of Insect Micro-Air-Vehicles
Aram J. Chung, David Erickson

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