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Utkan Demirci

Department of Electrical Engineering, Standford University


Utkan Demirci, PhD, is a professor with tenure at Stanford University School of Medicine at the Canary Center at Stanford for Cancer Early Detection. Before moving to Stanford, he was an associate professor of Medicine and Health Sciences and Technology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Health Sciences and Technology. His group is focused on the development of point-of-care technologies and creating microfluidic platforms for sorting rare cells and exosomes for infectious diseases and cancer. His early work founded the basics of 3-D bioprinting of cells and biomaterials.

All sessions by Utkan Demirci

  • TuesdayFebruary 26
10:00 AM

Microfluidic sorting of sperm for applications in Assisted Reproductive Technologies

4:15 PM

Panel on Personalized Medicine

Utkan  Demirci
Department of Electrical Engineering, Standford University
Frances  S. Ligler
Department of Biomedical Engineering, UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University
Jackie Ying
NanoBio Lab, Singapore
Magnus  Berggren
Department of Science and Technology, Division of Physics and Electronics, Linköping University