Mini Symposia Presentations

Date

2014-05-20

Document Type

Presentation

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As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Creating Devices for Personalized Health Monitoring," Dr. Morse discusses advances in transitioning nanofabrication processes for realizing sensors for personalized health monitoring, including the development of wearable microfluidic sensors for detection of biomarkers indicative of stress and fatigue. Examples from current projects include nanoparticle field effect transistor (FET) sensors, printed microfluidics, and replication of antimicrobial/anti-fouling surfaces via high throughput, roll-to-roll processes.

Keywords

personal health monitoring, nanomanufacturing, wearable monitors

Comments

Presented at the 2014 UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Research Retreat, held on May 20, 2014 at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Mass.

DOI

10.13028/1c7e-xq92

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Advanced Nanomanufacturing for Wearable Human Performance Monitoring Sensor Platforms

As part of the mini-symposium entitled "Creating Devices for Personalized Health Monitoring," Dr. Morse discusses advances in transitioning nanofabrication processes for realizing sensors for personalized health monitoring, including the development of wearable microfluidic sensors for detection of biomarkers indicative of stress and fatigue. Examples from current projects include nanoparticle field effect transistor (FET) sensors, printed microfluidics, and replication of antimicrobial/anti-fouling surfaces via high throughput, roll-to-roll processes.