Plenary/Keynote Talks

Plenary Talk 1

9:30am — 10:30am, December 6, Monday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

Bioengineering of the Teeth and Jaws to Clinical Practice
Pill-Hoon Choung
Seoul National University, Korea

Plenary talk 2

10:50am — 11:50am, December 6, Monday
Venue: Lecture Theatre -401

Engineering Approaches for Fixing the Broken Heart: From Protein & Tissue Engineering, Gene Therapy to Pluripotent Stem Cells
Ronald Li
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Keynote 1

9:00am – 9:40am, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

Nanotechnology Platform for in vivo Early Cancer Metastasis Diagnosis and Personalized Therapy
Vladimir Zharov
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA

Keynote 2

9:40am – 10:20am, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

A Microfluidic System for Systematic Evolution of Ligands Exponential Enrichment (SELEX) and Its Applications for Diagnosis
Gwo-Bin Lee
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Keynote 3

10:40am – 11:20am, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

Microfluidics for 3D tissue engineering and global health diagnostics
Samuel Sia
Columbia University, USA


Keynote 4

11:20am – 12:00pm, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

Microscale manipulation of cells and their environment for cell biology and regenerative medicine
Joel Voldman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Keynote 5

17:10pm – 18:00pm, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

Live Cell Optical Sensing for Drug Discovery
Fange Ye
Cellular Biophysics, Corning Incorporated

Keynote 6

18:00pm – 18:50pm, December 7, Tuesday
Venue: Lecture Theatre – 401

In-Vitro Quantitative Mechanical Mapping of Biomolecules and Cells by Atomic Force Microscope
Chanmin Su
Bruker Nano, Inc. 112 Robin Hill Road, Santa Barbara, CA  93117