Kirbylab circulating tumor cell biomarker research presented at Lab Automation 2014

I recently presented work in the Cornell Micro/Nanofluidics Laboratory on “Circulating tumor cell (CTC) cancer biomarkers using geometrically enhanced differential immunocapture (GEDI) microdevices” at the 2014 meeting of the Society for Laboratory Automation & Screening.   In this poster presentation, I cover my work in the design and optimization of GEDI, as well as recent unpublished work by my colleagues in the Cornell Micro/Nanofluidics Lab.  In addition to enjoying my own presentation and the various technical talks, I found SLAS2014’s career planning and networking resources to be a valuable part of the conference.  A copy of the poster is available on my website.