Micro- and Nano-Scale Technologies in Life Sciences I | AIChE

Micro- and Nano-Scale Technologies in Life Sciences I


Stoppel, W., University of Florida


Lim, B., University of Pennsylvania

This session will address topics in biotechnology, including but not limited to: cell responses to diagnostics, application of micro and nanoscale technologies for disease detection, and development of disease therapeutics, biosensors, molecular imaging, biocolloids, synthetic biology and gene circuits, biomarkers, disease receptors, etc. It is open to all aspects of research that refer to the intersection between biology and nanotechnology. This session will also include applications of microscale technologies to life science and biomedical questions such as immunotherapy. If you are on the faculty market for the 2022-2023 application season, please submit your scientific abstract to the Division 15 Faculty Candidate session, noting the area (e.g., 15 D/E) to which your work applies.



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