113 Biosensor Devices: Platforms and Techniques

Monday, November 17, 2014: 12:30 PM
408 (Hilton Atlanta)
This session will focus on the creation, characterization, and/or improvement of platforms and techniques for sensing and quantifying biological species. While applications of the biosensor device may be described for validation purposes, the emphasis in this session is on the sensing platform or technique rather than the specific application.

Bioengineering (15C), Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15D)

Hadley D. Sikes
Email: sikes@mit.edu

Jeffrey Halpern
Email: Jeffrey.Halpern@unh.edu

1:06 PM
(113c) Morpholino Microarrays
Rastislav Levicky, Wanqiong Qiao, Yatao Liu, Sergey Kalachikov and Hao-Chun Chiang

1:24 PM
(113d) A Multi-Plex Biochip Platform for Integrated Ionic Current and Plasmonic Molecular Sensors
Yu Yan, Ceming Wang, Yu-Chieh Kuo, Xiaoyu Ma, Steven Marczak, Gongchen Sun, Daniel Taller, Yunshan Wang, Shoupeng Liu, Zdenek Slouka, Sunny Shah, Ana Egatz-Gomez, Satyajyoti Senapati and Hsueh-Chia Chang

2:00 PM
(113f) Ultrasensitive and Multiplexed Microrna Profiling in Oil-Isolated Hydrogel Chambers
Hyewon Lee, Rathi L. Srinivas, Ankur Gupta and Patrick S. Doyle

2:18 PM
(113g) Molecular Recognition Using Corona Phase Complexes Made of Synthetic Polymers Adsorbed on Carbon Nanotubes
Markita Landry, Jingqing Zhang, Paul W. Barone, Jong-Ho Kim, Shangchao Lin, Zachary Ulissi, Dahua Lin, Bin Mu, Ardemis A. Boghossian, Andrew J. Hilmer, Alina Rwei, Allison Hinckley, Sebastian Kruss, Mia Shandell, Nitish Nair, Steven Blake, Fatih Sen, Selda Sen, Robert Croy, Deyu Li, Kyungsuk Yum, Jin-Ho Ahn, Hong Jin, Daniel A. Heller, John Essigmann, Daniel Blankschtein and Michael S. Strano
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