Bioelectronics & Diagnostics

The group focuses on the development of fast, facile, ultra-sensitive and reagentless sensors for the detection of clinically relevant biomarkers. By designing specific bio-receptive interfaces and developing a broad range of new molecular detection methods such as those based on redox impedance, capacitance, amperometric shotgun tagging and real-time Open-Circuit-Potential measurements, ultrasensitive, scaleable and high dynamic range assays can be generated, some of which are both multiplexed and integrated into developed microfluidic and/or nanoparticle capture platforms. In recent work, this has included assays of high temporal resolution and a resolution of both recognition thermodynamics and kinetics by entirely new means.

Bioelectronics and Diagnostics
Bioelectronics and Diagnostics
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