280 Biosensor Devices: Applications

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Divisadero (Parc 55 San Francisco)
Biosensors are finding increasing importance in applications ranging from medical diagnostics to food safety to homeland security. This session will present advances in application of established biosensing technologies and devices to particular applications.


Edgar D. Goluch
Email: e.goluch@neu.edu

8:58 AM
(280c) An Ammonia Sensor for a Handheld Analyzer for Non-Invasive, Real-Time Monitoring of Kidney and Liver Disorders
Nai-Yuan Liu, Tianmiao Lai, Afsaneh Khosravi, Pinar Cay Durgun, Mary Laura Lind, Erica Forzani and Leslie Thomas

9:26 AM
(280e) Aptameric Peptide Mediated Capacitive Detection of Protein Kinase
Rohit Chand, Dawoon Han, Dong-Hoon Lee and Yong-Sang Kim

10:22 AM

10:36 AM
(280k) Bioactive Block Co-Polymer Interfaces for High-Avidity Pathogen Capture and Enrichment
Ryan Hansen, Mohammadali Masigol, Bradley Lokitz and Scott Retterer
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