Nanopores: Sensing and Fundamental Biological Interactions
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Dr. Samir Iqbal, an assistant professor of electrical engineering, recently published a book called Nanopores: Sensing and Fundamental Biological Interactions, which examines the emerging research directions surrounding nanopores such as genome sequencing and early disease detection using biomarker identification.
He also recently presented a low-cost, desktop device idea at National Institutes of Health's first conference on Cancer Detection and DiagnosticsTechnologies for Global Health.
The conference was organized by Fogarty International Center and the National Cancer Institute.