Bio-integrated electronics: The digital path towards precision medicine in aging, cancer and pandemics

Kiana Aran, Ph.D.

Faculty Candidate - Chancellor's Joint Initiative: Geriatrics/ Bioengineering

Associate Professor, Medical Diagnostics and Therapeutics

Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences

Seminar Information

Seminar Date
August 8, 2022 - 8:30 AM

MET Building - Upper Auditorium and via Zoom

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The Aran Lab ‘s research focuses on development of modern electronic devices that readily integrate with molecular biology to create sophisticated tools to monitor biological events in real-time. In this talk Dr. Aran will discuss the utility of micro- and nano-electronics to advance biomarker research for precision medicine . Other types of bio-integrated electronic systems such as CRISPR-chip, and their applications in aging, cancer and pandemics will be discussed.