Single cell manipulation, experimentation, analysis and nucleic acid extraction using custom-made microfluidics
|An Exeter Medical School seminar|
|Date||13 November 2014|
|Time||14:00 to 15:00|
|Place||Seminar room 2, RILD,|
Seminar given by Dr Stefano Pagliara, Lecturer of Biosciences, University of Exeter
Microfluidics is a powerful tool for next generation life science research. This talk will cover novel analytical methods to perform biophysical and biochemical assays at the single-cell level.
Stefano’s background is in Biophysics and Nanoscience. His current research is focused on advancing our understanding of the physics of living systems by developing bio-inspired bespoke microfluidic devices. He has written over 30 academic articles including a report on the first evidence of nuclear auxeticity in embryonic stem cells (Nature Materials 13, 638 (2014).
For further details please email Anna Murray