The Lab on a chip – from molecular assays to organs on a chip symposium will be held on 10th April 2018, Basel, Switzerland.
The Royal Society of Chemistry journal Lab on a Chip and ETH Zurich are delighted to present this symposium, which will showcase the high impact research from the groups of the Lab on a Chip Editorial Board members. The research presented will be on a wide variety of cutting-edge topics in line with the ethos and scope of the journal.
Editor-in-Chief, Abe Lee, Associate Editor, Petra Dittrich and Executive Editor, Sam Keltie warmly invite you to take part in this event and look forward to welcoming you in Basel.
Yoon-Kyoung Cho, UNIST, South Korea
Lab-on-a-disc for Liquid Biopsy
Petra Dittrich, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Microchambers and microdroplets: New perspectives for automated bioanalytical processes and single-cell analysis
Xudong Fan, University of Michigan, USA
Novel assay platforms at the molecular, cellular, and tissue levels
Piotr Garstecki, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Microfluidics against antibiotic resistant bacteria
Martinus Gijs, EPFL, Switzerland
Lab on a Chip systems for study of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans
Abraham Lee, University of California, Irvine, USA
Circulatory Microfluidics delivering to the pharmaceutical industry
Hang Lu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Microfluidics, Automation, and Big-Data for High Content Screening
Jianhua Qin, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China
Human organs chip: an advanced platform for drug testing
Manabu Tokeshi, Hokkaido University, Japan
Medical diagnosis and gene therapy using microfluidic devices
Joel Voldman, MIT, USA
Microfluidic tools for assaying immune cell function
Aaron Wheeler, University of Toronto, Canada
Digital Microfluidics for Chemistry, Biology, and Medicine
Roland Zengerle, Hahn-Schickard, Germany
Assay miniaturization and automation by centrifugal microfluidics
The symposium will bring together exceptional researchers – all leading names in their field – for an outstanding plenary programme, together with an open lunch for all attendees that will provide many networking opportunities.
Registration for the event is required, as we have limited spaces at the venue. Registration costs are students & graduate students 20 CHF, postdocs & group leaders: 40 CHF, industry 80 CHF. Book now
Lunch and coffee
Lunch and coffee are provided and are included with registration.
Hotel Bildungszentrum 21, Missionsstr. 21, CH – 4055 Basel, Switzerland
The symposium is will start at 9am and finish at 5pm.
Dr Sam Keltie
Executive Editor, Lab on a Chip
Royal Society of Chemistry