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The Cardean Transistor Infrastructure: using cloud-analysis software and "lab on a chip" technology to develop handheld readers for rapid virus detection

C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speaker
  • Co-Founder and CTO, Cardea Bio
    Biography
      Dr. Brett Goldsmith is the Co-founder and CTO of Cardea Bio and his passion is to apply nanoelectronics technology to products that change people's lives. Previous to Cardea, Brett received his undergraduate in Physics from University of California San Diego and his PhD in Chemical and Material Physics from University of California Irvine. He then continued his postdoctoral studies at University of Pennsylvania, an Intelligence Community Fellow where he focused on research and creation of materials and devices for science, biotechnology, intelligence and defense industries. He is the lead researcher on landmark Field Effect Biosensing papers in Science and Nature Nanotechnology.

    Abstract

    Graphene-based Biology-gated Transistors (Cardean Transistors) directly read molecular signals of active biology using advanced electronics. This proprietary tech breakthrough can be used as a point-of-care reader to rapidly detect and identify disease markers, forever changing the tracking of current and future infectious diseases as it becomes near real-time and handheld.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Explain current available testing options and their limitations

    2. Define how Biology-gated Transistors can be used for diagnostic purposes

    3. The analytical and real-time opportunities that come with cloud-computing software and machine learning


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