• 10:30-11:15
  • Zaal 1
  • Keynote

Microfluidic devices for medical applications

  • Loes Segerink
  • Universiteit Twente

Using dimensions that are smaller than the size of a human hair can offer advantages. Microfluidic system consists of µm-sized structures and can be beneficial for medical applications. In this lecture some medical applications of microfluidic systems are shown, like organ-on-chip, microfluidics for early cancer diagnostics and lab on chips for fertility issues.