Micro and Nanotechnologies for Next-Generation Precision Medicine

LCGC North America

This morning session, to be held in Room 116 and with Ryan C. Bailey of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan) presiding, begins at 8:30 am.

This morning session on micro and nanotechnologies for next-generation precision medicine, to be held in Room 116, will be chaired by Ryan C. Bailey and Heather Robison of the University of Michigan. The first talk, “Scaling Up Micro- and Nano-Fluidics for Disease Diagnostics and Drug Manufacturing,” will be presented by David Issadore of the University of Pennsylvania.

Next, “Micro-Technologies for Single-Cell Diagnostics in Clinical Medicine” will be presented by Nancy Allbritton of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Christopher Easley of Auburn University will follow with a talk on “Observing Unique Dynamic Function of Adipose Tissue Through High Resolution Temporal Sampling into Microfluidic Droplets” at 9:45 am.

Gabe Kwong of Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University will then present “Harnessing Protease Activity as Biological Bits for Programmable Medicine” at 10:35 am, followed by “New Microfluidic Tools for High Throughput and Low Input and Epigenomic Studies,” by session chair Bailey, at 11:10 am.