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Title Cutting-Edge Technologies in Biological Sensing and Analysis
Published Milton : River Publishers, 2023


Description 1 online resource (346 p.)
Series River Publishers series in biomedical engineering
Summary Advanced technologies have been transforming the ways we carry out biological studies as well as deliver healthcare. While micro- and nano-fabrication have provided miniaturized sensors and systems with better sensitivity and selectivity,; innovations in flexible electronics, biomaterials and telecommunications have helped in enabling novel biomedical devices, reducing cost, bringing convenience and establishing mobile-health (m-Health), and personalized- and tele-medicine. Further, the recent rise of the internet of things (IoTs) and machine learning-based approaches has paved the avenue for those biomedical systems to become popular and widely accepted by our society. In this context, we edit this book aiming to cover a broad field of novel technologies used in biological assessment and analysis for humans, animal models and in vitro platforms, in both health monitoring and biological studies. Technical topics discussed in the book include: Biosensing systems and biomedical techniques Imaging techniques and systems Biosignal analysis Animal models used in biological research
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Anh Nguyen is a research scientist for The HERO Laboratory in University of California, Irvine. He received his Ph.D. degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering under the supervision of Dr. Sang Jun Sim. He joined The HERO Lab in 2019 and was promoted to his current position in 2020, working in cardiac regenerations and biosensor engineering. He has published articles in biosensors, molecular biology, and protein engineering. Sim Sang Jun is a Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Korea University, South Korea. He is a renowned leader in biosensors. Hung Cao is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, and Computer Science at UC Irvine. He is one of the pioneers in developing systems to assess the biomedical signals in zebrafish and rodent models. He directs the HERO Laboratory at UC Irvine
Subject Biosensors -- Technological innovations
Form Electronic book
Author Nguyễn, Anh Hùng, editor.
Sim, Sang Jun, editor
Cao, Hung (Of University of California, Irvine), editor.
ISBN 9781003810629