Continuous Flow Processing for Bioanalysis in Microfluidic Devices
Conference Recording Feb 01, 2014
About the SpeakerDr Mark D. Tarn is a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Hull (UK). He obtained his MChem degree from Hull in 2007, where he stayed for his PhD under the supervision of Dr Nicole Pamme. This work concerned the manipulation of particles and cells within microfluidic devices using magnetic forces. Following a short post doctoral position in the on-chip purification of radiotracers, in 2011 he moved to KIST Europe (Saarbruecken, Germany), working within the microfluidics group on the development of high-voltage capillary electrophoresis systems. In 2012 he returned to Hull, where he now works on the application of microfluidic devices for the development of radiotracers.
AbstractWe present microfluidic platforms that operate in continuous flow for applications in particle and cell sorting as well as bioassays and material fabrication.
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