Important text on Global Health Education now available open source! From CUGH: 2nd Edition of Developing Global Health Programming By Jessica Evert, Paul Drain, and Thomas Hall The 2nd edition of Global Health Programming: A Guidebook by Medical and Professional Schools by Jessica Evert, Paul Drain, and Thomas Hall can be viewed in its entirety […]
Check out the article about the lab on BU Today. http://www.bu.edu/today/2014/building-the-test-kitchen-for-medical-diagnostics/
Yash Adhikari, Angela Lai, Timothy Mon and Leslie Kimball Nordstrom have won the COE Societal Impact Award for Undergraduate Capstone Project in 2014! “An Integrated Microfluidic Device for Diagnosing Neisseria gonorrhea”
A nice article on the work of Byrnes et al. in Chemistry World!
Check out members of the Klapperich Lab and others from around the world talk about the next generation of point of care diagnostics for global health! http://youtu.be/2rJlZNeZfD8
The Adobe Connect links for each of the four sessions are available at www-staging.bu.edu/klapperich/mf20 Thank you to all who attended, both live and over the web!
The speaker list for Microfluidics 2.0 2012 has been finalized! Please check it out and register at www-staging.bu.edu/klapperich/mf20.
Microfluidic Chip for Molecular Amplification of Influenza A RNA in Human Respiratory Specimens A rapid, low cost, accurate point-of-care (POC) device to detect influenza virus is needed for effective treatment and control of both seasonal and pandemic strains. We developed a single-use microfluidic chip that integrates solid phase extraction (SPE) and molecular amplification via a […]
KENYA WORKSHOP: Bringing Diagnostic Prototypes to the Point of Care June 25-29, 2012 Institute of Primate Research (IPR) – Nairobi, Kenya List of Speakers
Chemical and Engineering News recently spotlighted the work of the Murthy Lab at Northeastern isolating rare cancer cells from complicated samples. Dr. Madhumita Mahalanabis of the Klapperich Lab contributed to this work. Sorting Cells From Whole Blood “Medical Diagnostics: A microfluidic device that separates rare cells could help diagnose cancer” Link to the Analytical Chemistry paper.