I am currently preparing my attendance at the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on microfluidics June 8-14, in Tuscany, Italy. Things have been quite hectic lately, mostly because I am trying to submitt my latest results for publication, analyze new data and prepare my poster for the conference, all at the same time. Nevertheless, I feel like I have made a breakthrough in the last couple months, as I have been able to move from doing strictly cell line experiments to analyzing patients samples in my new device platform.
I must say I am really looking forward to spending a week in Tuscany, with a powerhouse of microfluidics researchers. I am also looking forward to catching up with some of my previous advisors.