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On November 10th, I had the pleasure of attending and learning at the University of Notre Dame’s 2014 Advanced Diagnostics &
Therapeutics
3rd Annual Symposium.

The agenda included many interesting topics and guest speakers as summarized below.

  

Welcome and Overview of AD&T and Precision Medicine at Notre Dame

Paul Bohn

Schmitt Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Director, Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics

Bioanalytical Microdevices for the Next Generation of Diagnostic Assays

Nancy Allbritton

Debreczeny Distinguished Professor, Department of Chemistry, UNC Chapel Hill

Professor and Chair, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering

Building Medical Value into Novel Diagnostic Assays for Precision Medicine

Michael Dugan

Medical Director, Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute

Bioelectronic Medicine to Replace Drugs

Kevin Tracey

President, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

North Shore-LIJ Health System

Omics and Integrated Analytic Approaches in Precision Medicine—Current Challenges and Opportunities

 

Chinnappa Kodira

Bioinformatics Strategy Leader and Manager of Computational Biology & Biostatistics

GE Global Research Center

Highlights of Current Notre Dame Research Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

Moderator: Norm Dovichi, Grace Rupley Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

Imaging Mass Spectrometry of Drug Metabolism in 3D Cell Cultures

 

Amanda Hummon

Charles L. Huisking Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Computational Approaches for Medical Imaging Problems

Danny Chen

Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

 

A Strategy to Facilitate Wound Healing

Mayland Chang

Research Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Surface Acoustic Wave Microfluidics for Chemical Analysis

David Go

Assistant Professor, Aerospace
and Mechanical Engineering

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