Point-of-care testing for pandemics webinar
In this timely half-day webinar, speakers from across the globe will share their cutting-edge research in point-of-care testing for infectious diseases. This exciting webinar is free to attend, and the organiser look forward to welcoming everyone on 7th September 2021.
12.00-12.30, Prof Sehyun Shin (Korea University, South Korea)
Presentation title: A rapid and precision diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 in exhaled breath using DNA hydrogel formation
12.30-13.00, Dr Debojyoti Chakraborty (CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology, India)
Presentation title: Precision diagnostics using CRISPR: expanding from CoV2 to VOCs
13.00-13.30, Dr Zhugen Yang (Cranfield University, UK)
Presentation title: Paper-origami device enabling rapid diagnosis and wastewater surveillance for early warning of pandemic
14.00-14.30, Prof James Tucker (University of Birmingham, UK)
Presentation title: Novel nucleic acid detection methodologies for SARS-CoV-2 and beyond
14.30-15.00, Dr Sara Mahshid (McGill University, Canada)
Presentation title: Fluidic Devices based on 2D and 3D Nanostructures for Diagnostics and Prognosis
15.00-15.30, Dr Peter Lillehoj (Rice University, USA)
Presentation title: Microfluidic-based diagnostic devices for point-of-care testing
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