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Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation

Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation

Symposium Chair

Srinivas IyerNanotechnology for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment
Srinivas Iyer
Bioscience Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 14

10:30 Biosensors: Novel Methods
10:30 TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & Biotech
1:30 Biosensors: Health Research
1:30 Harvard and MIT Technology Showcase
3:10 TechConnect IP Partnering: Sensors & Microsystems
4:00 Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:15 MEMS Networking Reception - Sponsored by NSTI & MEMS Industry Group
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation

Wednesday June 15

10:30 Biofluidic Devices
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & Medical
3:00 TechConnect IP Partnering: Pharmaceuticals
4:00 Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707
4:00 Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)
 Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & Instrumentation

Thursday June 16

10:30 Biosensors: General Applications
1:00 TechConnect Ventures: Biotech & Medical

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 14

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10:30Biosensors: Novel MethodsRoom 210
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
10:30Immobilization of DNA aptamers for biosensing and protein interaction analysis (invited presentation)
V. Yadavalli, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
11:00A Novel Microfluidic Magnetic Mixer Using Dynamic Switching Field
S.M. Azimi, W. Balachandran, J. Ahern, BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, UK
11:20Nanoneedle Probes for Minimally Invasive Cellular Delivery
D. Dlesk, M.-F. Yu, Nanofab3D Inc., US
11:40Nanopore Mass Spectrometry for Single-Molecule Sequencing
J.C. Bush, W. Maulbetsch, C. Pruitt, M. Mihovilovic, P.M. Weber, C.R. Bazemore-Walker, D. Stein, Brown University, US
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10:30TechConnect Corporate Partnering: Pharma & BiotechRoom 309
Session chair: Didier Leconte, MSBi Valorisation, CA
10:30Merck TechConnect Partnering
R. Leonard, Merck, US
10:50Novartis TechConnect Partnering
B. Thorner, Novartis, US
11:30Sanofi Aventis TechConnect Partnering
S. Natesan, Sanofi Aventis, US
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1:30Biosensors: Health ResearchRoom 210
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
1:30Topical Sensory Nanoparticles for in vivo Biomarker Detection
J. Patrone, J. Benkoski, M. Patchan, X. Calderon-Colon, H. Le, J. Sample, JHU/APL, US
1:50Identification of Molecular-Mimicry-Based Ligands for Cholera Diagnostics using Magnetic Relaxation
O.J. Santiesteban, C. Kaittanis, T. Banerjee, S. Santra, K. Teter, J.M. Perez, University of Central Florida, US
2:10Portable gas sensor for breath analysis
M. Righettoni, A. Tricoli, S. Gass, S.E. Pratsinis, ETH Zurich, CH
2:30A double-bead sandwich assay for protein detection in serum based on localized surface plasmon resonance
H. Jans, K. Jans, T. Stakenborg, G. Borghs, G. Maes, L. Lagae, IMEC, BE
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1:30Harvard and MIT Technology ShowcaseRoom 306
Session chair: Bob Benson, Harvard University
1:30Introduction
B. Benson, Harvard University, US
1:35Nanotechnology Meets Biology (invited presentation)
C. Lieber, Harvard University, US
2:00Ultra-Sensitive, Label-Free Biosensor For Diagnostic Applications (invited presentation)
M. Loncar, Harvard University, US
2:15Extracting value from biomedical images using human and machine intelligence (invited presentation)
S. Seung, MIT, US
2:30Nanowire Platform for Biomolecule Delivery (invited presentation)
H. Park, Harvard University, US
2:45Convergence of medical procedures with drugs and diagnostics (invited presentation)
M. Cima, MIT, US
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3:10TechConnect IP Partnering: Sensors & MicrosystemsRoom 303
Session chair: Tom O’Donnell, Product Genesis
3:10Computational Method for Improved Forewarning of Critical Events
D. Sims, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
3:20LABRADOR(Lightweight Analyzer for Buried Remains And Decomposition Odor Recognition)
R. Speck, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US
3:30Light-directed, in situ synthesis of RNA microarrays
M. Beaulieu, McGill University, CA
3:40Method Of Applying A Lubricant To A Micromechanical Device
CW Su, National University of Singapore, SG
3:50Novel Measuring Technologies and Series of Universal Sensors and Transducers Interfaces (USTI) ICs on its basis
S. Yurish, Technology Assistance BCNA 2010, S.L., ES
4:00A software to develop low cost and highly efficient self-adaptive grippers
T. Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
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4:00Italian Trade Commission Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:15MEMS Networking Reception - Sponsored by NSTI & MEMS Industry GroupRoom 209
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & InstrumentationExpo Hall
-A DNA sensor using gold-coated barcode silica nanotubes
S.Y. Kim, S.J. Jun, J. Min, KyungWon University, KR
-A sensitive MR method for DNA detection with magnetic nanoparticles.
D. Alcantara, Y. Guo, H. Yuan, L. Josephson, MGH-Harvard Medical School, US
-Development of a capillary-driven, microfluidic, nucleic acid biosensor
F. He, S. Jin, M. Dai, S.R. Nugen, University of Massachusetts, US
-Microfluidic Neural Cell Chip for Monitoring of PCBs
S. Park, Y-K Kim, Hankyong National University, KR
-Nano-ELISA using gold nanoparticle-DNA complex for the detection of pathogenic microbe
H.-S. Kim, B.-K. Oh, Sogang Univeristy, KR
-Amperometric glucose biosensor based on a neoteric mechanism in the determination of hydrogen peroxide
H.C. Chen, Y.C. Liu, R.Y. Tsai, M.Y. Hua, Chang Gung University, TW
-Capacitance-based real time monitoring of three kinds of endocytosis
R.M. Lee, P. Kim, K. Kim, K.-M. Kim, D. Kim, C.O. Yun, J.-S. Shin, K.-H. Yoo, Yonsei University, KR
-Probing Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions using Carbon Nanotube Nanodevices for Rapid Bacterial Detection
H. Vedala, Y. Chen, A. Star, University of Pittsburgh, US
-Carbon Nanotube/Green Tea Composite for the Electronic Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide
Y. Chen, Y.D. Lee, H. Vedala, B.L. Allen, A. Star, University of Pittsburgh, US
-Analysis and lateral manipulation of membrane proteins in their native environment – a microfluidic technique
L. Simonsson, A. Gunnarsson, P. Jönsson, F. Höök, Chalmers University of Technology, SE
-Antibody Immobilization on Conductive Polymer Coated Nonwoven Fibers for Biosensors
S.K. McGraw, E.C. Alocilja, K.J. Senecal, G.N. Prata, A.G. Senecal, Michigan State University, US
-Optical sensors for in vivo monitoring of ions and small molecules
J.M. Dubach, J.L.Y. Marron, K.K. Gleason, H.A. Clark, Northeastern University, US
-Fabrication of ITO/Gold nanoparticle/RGD peptide Composites to Enhance Electrochemical Signals from Human Neural Stem Cells
T.-H. Kim, W.A. El-Said, J.-W. Choi, Sogang University, KR
-The T2Dx Diagnostic Detection Technology
C. Rittershaus, M. Audeh, M. Blanco, A. Castonguay, A. Chase, J. Chepin, V. Demas, R. Dhanda, M. Fritzemeier, C. Hanna, J. Kelly, V. Liu, J. McDonough, M. Min, L. Neely, T. O’Neil, S. Papkov, B. Patterson, N.A. Phung, D. Plourde, D. Wang, P. Wellman, T. Lowery, T2 Biosystems, Inc, US
-Novel “Nano-Phage” Interfaces for Wireless Biosensors
E.R. Fernandes, D. Bedi, S. Li, A. Ebner, M. Leitner, P. Hinterdorfer, L.D. Kluskens, J. Azeredo, B. Chin, V.A. Petrenko, Auburn University, US
-Detecting Infectious Organisms: An Concerted Approach using Genomics, Molecular Engineering and Nano-enabled bio-MEMS Technologies
N. Keegan, J. Spoors, K. Flanagan, S. Cockell, E. Gendra, P. Ko Ferrigno, J. Hedley, A. Wipat, C. Harwood, C.J. McNeil, Newcastle University, UK
-Silica coated Magnetic Nanoparticles (SMNPs): Capture and Identification of Escherichia coli Cells using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
S.K. Rastogi, J. Jabal, H. Zhang, K.J. Haler, C.M. Gibson, Y. Qiang, D.E. Aston, P.J. Hurdlicka, A.L. Branen, University of Idaho, US

Wednesday June 15

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10:30Biofluidic DevicesRoom 103
Session chair: Daniel Attinger, Columbia University and Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
10:30Control in Microfluidic Assay and Synthesis Systems (invited presentation)
M.A. Burns, University of Michigan, US
11:00Sensors and Microfluidics (invited presentation)
R. Potyrailo, GE Global Research, US
11:30The Physics of Pressure Powered Micro-Flow Focusing Device for the Encapsulation of Live Cells
J. Berthier, P. Dalle, F. Rivera, R. Renaudot, S. Morales, P-Y. Benhamou, P. Caillat, CEA-Leti, FR
11:50Use of Silica Nanosprings in an Enzyme-Based Continuous Flow Reactor
D.C. Hyatt, T. Cantrell, M. Yahvah, M. Grant Norton, D.N. McIlroy, G. Corti, GoNano Technologies, Inc., US
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & MedicalRoom 303
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, US
1:30Cellular Gradient Polymer Composites
P. Bourban, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), CH
1:40Magnetic nanoparticles for drug targeting
M. Kempe, Lund University, SE
1:50Novel biomarker signature as a predictor of breast cancer outcome
O. Novac, McGill University, CA
2:00Portfolio of Scaffolds and Biomaterials for Multiple Orthopaedic and Medical Applications
S. Hartford, University of Notre Dame, US
2:10Microfluidic Lab-on-Chip Platform for Point of Care Testing
P. Koonjul, VALEO MANAGEMENT, CA
2:20New Technology for Micro- and Nanonization & Encapsulation of Molecular Compounds of Interest
J. Reverter, ICN - INSTITUT CATALA DE NANOTECNOLOGIA, ES
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3:00TechConnect IP Partnering: PharmaceuticalsRoom 303
Session chair: Belen Martinez, CaramelTech, MX
3:00New Strategies For Secure, Non-Invasive Transitional for Brain Cancer Treatment
C. Michel, SOCPRA, CA
3:10Treatment of Influenza Virus-Mediated Lung Injury: Blocking the A1-Adenosine Receptor
I. Davis, The Ohio State University, US
3:20High-Throughput Label-Free Nanoparticle Detection And Size Assay
F. Caporale, University of California Santa Barbara, US
3:30Radionuclide-Loaded Liposome
C. Burke, UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, US
3:40Cerium oxide nanoparticles for treatment and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and disorders associated with free radical production and/or mitochondrial dysfunction.
B. Rzigalinski, Virginia Coll. of Osteopathic Medicine, US
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4:00Piemonte Agency For Investments, Export And Tourism Reception - Nanotech booth 1607, Cleantech booth 707Expo Hall
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4:00Innovation Showcase & Poster Session - Reception (4:00 - 6:00)Expo Hall
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Bio Sensors, Diagnostics, Imaging & InstrumentationExpo Hall
-Thin film-resistive gas sensor with SnO2/Au nanocomposite for hydrogen sulfide detection
B-W Chang, S-J Ding, R.L.C. Chen, Hungkuang University, TW
-High-throughput multiplex protein analysis for limited sample size on a single slide
S. Rozhok, K. Ouyang, D. Dixon, M. Nelson, NanoInk, Inc., US
-Nano-plamsonics Sensing and Integration with Microfluidics for a Lab-on-chip Biosensor
J.J. Wei, M. Rexius, M. Kofke, Y. Wang, S. Singhal, D.H. Waldeck, CFD Research Corporation, US
-Plasmonic nanostructure based biosensing
S. Patskovsky, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, CA
-Experimental study of sensitivity enhancement in SPR biosensors by use of zinc oxide intermediary layers
N.-F. Chiu, A. Singh, N. Nelson-Fitzpatrick, S. Dutt, S. Evoy, C.-W. Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, TW
-Surface Plasmon Grating Coupled Emission from Organic Emitter for Detecting Refractive Index Variation
N.-F. Chiu, J.-H. Lee, C.-W. Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, TW
-Investigation of optimal separation condition in negative dielectrophoresis force based particle sorting platform
J.H. Lee, Y.H. Kim, Y.H. Kim, B.K. Kim, Korea Aerospace University, KR
-Surface-based analysis of membrane proteins in their native environment - a paradigm in protein analysis
A. Gunnarsson, L. Simonsson, P. Jonsson, F. Hook, Chalmers University of Technology / SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, SE
-Highly sensitive vascular endothelial growth factor biosensor based on poly-silicon-nanowire field-effect transistor
Y.C. Liu, J.T. Qiu, H.C. Chen, T.H. Lee, H.W. Yang, C.Y. Lin, M.C. Chen, H.Y. Chen, C.C. Huang, F.L. Yang, R.Y. Tsai, M.Y. Hua, Chang Gung University, TW
-Fabrication of PEG Hydrogel Microstructures in Microfluidic System for Multicellular Spheroid Formation, Culturing and Analysis
C.-Y. Fu, H.-Y. Chang, National Tsing Hua University, TW
-Selectivity study for a reagent-less and enzyme-free nanopore glucose sensor against interferences of non-glucose sugars and other substances
E.T. Chen, S-H Duh, C. Ngatchou, J.T. Thornton, P.T. Kissinger, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, inc., US
-Frequency-selective rotation of magnetic nanoactuators for rapid and sensitive solution-based detection of biomolecules
A. Ranzoni, G. Sabatte, J.H.B. Schleipen, L.J. van I.Jzendoorn, M.W.J. Prins, Philips Research, NL
-Detection of Human and Avian Flu Viruses Using Graphenated Infrared Screen
A. Banerjee, S. Chakraborty, H. Grebel, Institution, US
-Detecting oxidation and reduction of Cytochrome c on Single Nanoparticles in Flow Using SERRS
Y. Choi, J.B. Edel, T. Albrecht, Imperial College London, UK
-Label free monitoring of a live single cell using novel scanning probe convergence technology
G.-E. Jung, M.H. Choi, Y.S. Cho, S.-J. Cho, Park Systems, KR
-A Study of Protein Filaments Sliding through Solid-State Nanopores
A. McMullen, M. Mihovilovic, D. Stein, J.X. Tang, Brown University, US
-Lighting up Individual DNA Binding Proteins with Quantum Dots
Y. Ebenstein, S. Kim, R. Lin, Y. Kim, N. Gassman, X. Michalet, S. Weiss, UCLA, US
-Platinum Bowtie Nanostructure Arrays for Massively Parallel Single Molecule Detection Based on Fluorescence Enhancement Phenomena
T. Saito, S. Takahashi, T. Obara, N. Itabashi, K. Imai, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, JP
-Fluorescent Nanodiamonds with Silicon-Vacancy Color Center: An Potential Cellular Biomarker
S. Singh, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA at BIRMINGHAM, US
-Single molecule SERS leads to the observation of the intermediate form of green fluorescent protein chromophore
N.Z. Shafiq, Md. Shafayet Khurshid, A. Kaan Kalkan, Oklahoma State University, US
-Vitamin E-assisted Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Clusters Formation for Magnetic Resonance Imaging
J-R Lai, H-C Yen, C-Y Hsu, P-S Lai, National Chung Hsing University, TW

Thursday June 16

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10:30Biosensors: General ApplicationsRoom 304
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Labs, US
10:30From Rational Design to Probe Optimization: the Role of Nanoparticle Valency in Single Cancer Cell Detection in Blood via Magnetic Relaxation
C. Kaittanis, S. Santra, J.M. Perez, University of Central Florida, US
10:50Highly robust array of nanosensing platform for biosensing application
I. Stateikina, A. Ng, R. Chinnappan, H. liu, M. Ahmed, M. Zourob, INRS, CA
11:10Electrochemistry in nanopore/electrode structures - from pore fabrication to DNA sequencing-by-tunneling
T. Albrecht, Imperial College London, UK
11:30Bio-inspired Optoelectronic Digital Nose
M. Bayindir, A. Yildirim, M. Vural, M. Yaman, Bilkent University, TR
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1:00TechConnect Ventures: Biotech & MedicalRoom 303
Session chair: Belen Martinez-Lopez, CaramelTech
1:00Cellanyx Diagnostics
C. Ashok, Cellanyx Diagnostics, US
1:10Quegen Biotech Co.
J.D. Lee, Quegen Biotech Co., US
1:20BIO-FD&C Co., Ltd.
S.H. Moh, BIO-FD&C Co., Ltd., KR
1:30Sharklet Technologies, Inc.
M. Spiecker, Sharklet Technologies, Inc., US
1:40NanoMedical Systems, Inc.
R. Goodall, NanoMedical Systems, Inc., US
1:50Cosmas Therapeutics Development Inc.
M. Atkin, Cosmas Therapeutics Development Inc., CA
2:00WaveGuide Corporation
L. Fritzemeier, WaveGuide Corporation, US

Special Symposium

The convergence of materials, electronics and biological systems at the nanoscale are creating unprecedented opportunities for multidisciplinary research. For instance, bio-inspired systems such as motors have been isolated, modified and studied in detail at the biochemical level. One of the most significant impacts of the nanotechnology revolution however, is seen in the area of biomolecular analysis, which, as predicted by Feyman, has reached new levels of sensitivity, precision and resolution due to advances in the physical sciences. The use of approaches such as fluidics and nanoscale fabrication is no longer foreign to biological research, especially in the realm of Sensor and Diagnostics. This symposium will cover a wide range of topics and is designed to provide a glimpse of the interdisciplinary nature of modern bioanalytical research. We invite submissions in each of these areas and related topics.

A sample listing of pertinent topics is listed below. This is by no means an exclusive list, but aims to give a general overview of this diverse symposium topic area.

Topics & Application Areas

  • Bio Sensors - General
  • Bio Sensors - Homeland/Defense
  • Bio Sensors - Clinical/Health
  • Bio Sensors - Environmental Monitoring
  • Ion Channel Based Sensors
  • Transduction Schemes/Detection Methods
  • Biomarker Discovery & Validation
  • Surface Plasmon Resonance
  • Mass Spectrometry
  • Separation, Fluidics, BioMEMS
  • Lab-on-Chip
  • Flow Cytometry
  • Point of Care Systems
  • Semiconductor Nanocrystals/Qdots
  • Spectroscopic Methods
  • Label-free (SERS etc.)
  • Single Molecule Detection & Manipulation
  • Other

Journal Submissions

Nanomedicine Journal

Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine (Nanomedicine)

Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine (Nanomedicine) is a newly established, international, peer-reviewed journal published quarterly. Nanomedicine publishes basic, clinical, and engineering research in the innovative field of nanomedicine. Article categories include basic nanomedicine, diagnostic nanomedicine, experimental nanomedicine, clinical nanomedicine, and engineering nanomedicine, pharmacological nanomedicine.

For consideration into the Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine journal please select the “Submit to Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine” button during the on-line submission procedure.

Experimental Nanoscience

Journal of Experimental Nanoscience

Selected Nanotech Proceedings papers will be reviewed and invited into a Special Issue of the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience. The journal provides a showcase for advances in the experimental sciences underlying nanotechnology and nanomaterials.

For consideration into this Special Issue of the Journal of Experimental Nanoscience, please select the “Submit to Journal of Experimental Nanoscience” button during the on-line submission procedure.

 

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