Special Issue "Micro- and Nano-Bio-Interfaces"
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2016).
2. Biologically Inspired Sensors and Actuators (BioSA) Laboratory, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3, Canada
Interests: complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) and micro-electromechanical (MEMS) sensors for life science applications; biologically inspired sensors; point-of-care disease diagnostics; biosensors for cellular and molecular applications; high-throughput sensing systems
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This Special Issue of Biosensors will be devoted to micro and nano-bio-interfaces. Recent advances in micro and nanotechnologies have enabled the design and implementation of innovative bio-interfaces for a variety of biomedical applications, such as point-of-care diagnostics, high resolution disease diagnostics instruments, and automated biological laboratories and/or for life science research purposes. Among these technologies, Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) offers several advantages over other competing technologies for high throughput integrated biosensors (e.g., Ion Torrent CMOS Chip) and wireless implanted bio-sensors. Furthermore, nanomaterials (e.g., nanowires, carbon nanotubes nanoparticles) have greatly attracted the attentions for drug delivery as well as disease detections (e.g. epilepsy and cancer) and biosensors. This Special Issue takes a close look at “Micro- and Nano-Bio-Interfaces” as a multidisciplinary approach toward the development of novel tools for a veriety of life since applications. Therefore, the scope of this Special Issue ranges from the design and implementation of ‘micro- and nano- bio-interfaces’ devices to ‘micro- and nano- bio-interface’ applications in biomedical research, disease diagnostics, and subsequent clinical purposes.
Dr. Ebrahim Ghafar-Zadeh
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- implantable biosensors
- neural interfaces
- automated biological laboratory
- CMOS capacitive sensors
- CMOS magnetic sensors
- CMOS imepdometric sensors
- CMOS voltammetric sensors
- CMOS amperometric sensors
- CMOS charge based sensors
- point of care (POC) devices
- disease detection
- monitoring of cellular activities
- bio-electrochemical interfaces
- carbon nanotube/nanowires interfaces
- drug delivery
- nanopore sensors