Special Issue "Microfluidics for Biosensing and Diagnostics"
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2019).
Interests: microfluidics for cell and particle separation; microfluidic physics; nanofluidics; biophotonics
Interests: microfluidics; organ-on-a-chip
Tandon School of Engineering, New York University, Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA
Interests: microfluidics; biomedical micro-devices; point of care diagnostics; cancer; blood
Interests: microfluidics; organ-on-a-chip; biosensing; cancer; immune engineering
We are pleased to invite contributions to this Special Issue covering biologically relevant sensing and diagnostics with micro-scale fluidic structures. Efforts to miniaturize sensing and diagnostic devices and to integrate multiple functions into one device have caused massive growth in the field of microfluidics. This has been apparent in the volume of papers in the more recent success of many commercial devices.
The field of microfluidics is exceptionally diverse. It attracts interest and contributions from physicists, chemists and biologists, as well as electrical, mechanical, chemical, and biomedical engineers. Working in such a diverse community poses many challenges arising from different training, different terminology, and different standards and expectations for data. However, if we can overcome these pedantic differences, and communicate effectively, we may achieve great things.
With this in mind we invite contributions to this special issue from as broad a community as possible. The list of potential topics is vast, but we are particularly interested in work that elucidates how some physical or chemical phenomena is leveraged by microfluidics to improve or enable a biosensing or diagnostic application.
We will look for scientifically sound work that is presented in clear, concise, and simple writing. The work should be thoughtfully analyzed and written for the diverse microfluidics community.
Dr. David W. Inglis
Dr. Majid Ebrahimi Warkiani
Dr. Mohammad A. Qasaimeh
Dr. Weiqiang Chen
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 3D Printing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Field effect transistor
- Limit of detection
- Non-specific binding
- Point of care
- Paper-based microfluidics