JAN 26, 2017 08:00 AM PST

WEBINAR: Fast, Simple and Sensitive Electrochemical Biosensing using Screen-Printed Electrodes: A high throughput solution

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  • Assistant Professor at the Analytical Chemistry Department of the Chemistry Faculty of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid
      Susana Campuzano received her PhD in analytical chemistry from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) in 2004. Since 2005 she works as Assistant Professor at the Analytical Chemistry Department of the Chemistry Faculty of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and belongs to the Electroanalysis and Electrochemical Biosensors Research Group headed by Prof. José Manuel Pingarrón. She worked as a Juan de la Cierva Researcher from January 2008-December 2009 (Department of Molecular Microbiology and Infection Biology, Center for Biological Research-Spanish National Research Council, CIB-CSIC Madrid, Spain) and as a Research Scholar in the research group of Prof. J. Wang at the Department of Nanoengineering in University of California San Diego (UCSD, USA) from January 2010 to July 2011. Her areas of interest include the development of enzymatic, immuno and DNA electrochemical sensors, multiplexed determination and advanced nanomachines. She has authored over 120 research papers, 5 Patents and more than 10 book chapters. H-index: 31.
    • Product Manager, DropSens
        She joined the company in 2008 after obtaining her European PhD. She was trained in the Electroanalysis Group of the University of Oviedo and performed research internships in Turin University (Italy) developing Molecular Imprinted Polymers for chromatographic analysis and at Karl-Franzenz University (Austria) developing screen-printed electrodes and their application on (bio)sensors development. With a strong experience in analytical techniques, molecular imprinting synthesis and characterization of materials, she has received wide knowledge of sensors development using thick-film hybrid technology in clinical analysis and according to ISO 13485 protocols.


      DATE:  January 26, 2017
      TIME: 8:00am PT, 11:00am ET

      The demand for low-cost, disposable devices with short response times capable of performing routine electrochemical biosensing has increased dramatically. Primarily driven by the medical diagnosis and food fields, disposable screen-printed electrodes provide fast, sensitive detection and quantification of various analytes in complex samples.  

      Screen-printed electrodes (SPEs) are preferable over other types of electrodes for these applications as they can be fabricated from several different materials, made in diverse geometries and multiplexed formats and offer the possibility for mass production at a low fabrication cost. In addition, the small size of these electrodes enables a very small volume of sample to be used for analysis. The planar shape of SPEs facilitates the incorporation of magnetic bioconjugates by simple attraction using a magnet positioned under the electrode.

      In this webinar Dr. Susana Campuzano will demonstrate SPEs-based electrochemical biosensors for the rapid, sensitive and selective biosensing of analytes in food and clinical samples. Learn about the simultaneous detection of multiple components such as adulterants and allergens in food samples as well as the analysis of cancer reporters in the clinical lab.

      Key Learning Objectives:

      • Learn tips and tricks from Dr. Susana Campuzano’s case studies in clinical and food applications
      • Understand the advantage and utility of screen-printed electrodes in drug discovery research and other applications
      • Learn how to perform high throughput SPE applications using 96 well plate and multichannel potentiostats
      • Learn how to choose the right SPE electrodes and potentiostats for your application needs

      Who should attend:

      • Anyone performing decentralized assays to develop specific sensors and performing other electrochemical studies
      • Anyone performing clinical and life science application looking for high throughput solutions
      • Biopharmaceutical  and food  scientists involved in assay and  new sensor development
      • Research lab manager and scientists involved in new biosensor development and miniaturized electrochemical studies

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