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Thermo Fisher Scientific

Advancing Multiplex Nucleic Acid Detection for Clinical Diagnostics

Molecular diagnostics have revolutionized healthcare by enabling accurate and efficient disease diagnosis and treatments. Aging and growing populations, increased prevalence of infectious diseases and rising costs are impacting the diagnostic landscape presenting the need for increased clinical lab efficiency and innovation. 

This webinar series will delve into the intricacies of the modern clinical lab and explore ways to optimize and streamline molecular diagnostics workflows and technologies to aid in the identification and diagnosis of disease. 

In this webinar, Dr. Tza-Huei (Jeff) Wang will join us to discuss the pivotal role of nucleic acids in molecular diagnostics and how to address the multiplexing capacity of various diagnostic methods. Throughout this session, Jeff will discuss novel coding techniques and microfluidic digital detection strategies to improve the multiplexing capabilities of nucleic acid detection to aid in the identification of genetic disorders, cancer and infectious agents. 

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand the principles of ratiometric fluorescence coding
  • Acquire skills in implementing digital high-resolution melt (dHRM) assays
  • Investigate the uses of multiplex microfluidic digital DNA detection in diagnosing diseases

Dr. Jeff Wang
Dr. Jeff Wang
Louis M. Sardella Professor in Engineering
Johns Hopkins University
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