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Keynote Speakers

CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS AS LIQUID BIOPSY: FINDING RARE EVENTS FOR A HUGE KNOWLEDGE OF CANCER DISSEMINATION
Catherine Alix-Panabières
University of Montpellier
Montpellier, France

INTERFACING DROPLET CHIPS TO MASS SPECTROMETRY
Detlev Belder
University of Leipzig
Leipzig, Germany

AUTOMATED MICROFLUIDIC GENETIC MANIPULATION FOR HIGH THROUGHPUT BIOLOGY
Cullen Buie
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, USA

COMMERCIALIZATION OF INNOVATIVE MICROFLUIDICS TECHNOLOGY IN AN EMERGING MARKET CONTEXT: PERSPECTIVES FROM ACHIRA LABS EXPERIENCE ON MARKET, REGULATORY AND SCALE-UP CHALLENGES
Dhananjaya Dendukuri
Achira Labs, Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore, India

SKIN-LIKE, MICROFABRICATED GALLIUM-BASED SENSORS FOR MOTION CAPTURE
Stéphanie P. Lacour
EPFL
Switzerland

BIPOLAR ELECTRODES FOR MICROFLUIDIC PUMPING
Sumita Pennathur
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, USA

TRANSCRIPTIONAL RECORDING BY CRISPR SPACER ACQUISITION FROM RNA
Randall J. Platt
ETH Zürich
Basel, Switzerland

ORGANOIDS-ON-CHIPS TO ADVANCE HEALTH SCIENCE
Jianhua Qin
Dalian Insititute of Chemistry Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
China

ADVANCED CELL MODELS, ORGANS ON CHIPS & MICROPHYSICAL SYSTEMS AS INNOVATIVE TOOLS TO SUPPORT DRUG DEVELOPMENT
Adrian Roth
Roche Innovation Center
Basel, Switzerland

NANOFLUIDICS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
David Sinton
University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada

MICROSYSTEMS FOR SINGLE MOLECULE ANALYSIS OF MEMBRANE PROTEINS
Rikiya Watanabe
RIKEN
Saitama, Japan

ENGINEERING FOR SCIENCE: MICROFLUIDICS AS A PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY FOR BASIC BIOLOGY RESEARCH
Angela Wu
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Kong



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