Registration Deadline this Friday

Emerging technological innovations enabled by next-generation sensors will define the landscape for the future commercialization of life changing medical devices. The exponential growth of the global sensors market and the demand for next-generation integrated systems is expected to reach $18 billion by 2018. Low cost materials and advances in nano and micro fabrication techniques within the manufacturing process have led to significant increases in the commercialization of sensors for healthcare applications. Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Biosensors conference, which will take place at the Aloft Boston Seaport Hotel, will examine the latest advancements in research and integration and will provide attendees with state-of-the-art sensors development for medical applications.

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Program Topic Highlights

  • Next Generation Medical Wearables for Clinical Use
  • Biosensors Roadmap for the Future of Healthcare Applications and Market
  • Sensor Enabled Shift to Patient-Centric Care
  • Advanced Design, Modeling & System Integration
  • Scalable Sensor Manufacturing and Microfabrication
  • Diagnostic Applications in Sample Preparation and Portable Assays
  • Medical MEMS Devices for Improved Outcomes and Reducing Costs
  • Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM)
  • DNA Chips, Nucleic Acid Sensors and Aptasensors
  • Enzyme-Based & Nano-Enabled Biosensors
  • Organism- and Whole Cell-Based Biosensors
  • Biosensor Data Integration & Utilization in Real Time
  • Regulatory Challenges to Commercialization

Featured Presentations

Fluorescence Nanosensors for Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Kaiming Ye, Professor and Department Chair, SUNY, Binghamton University


Wearables and Implantables: Supporting Future Physiological and Pathogen Sensors

Šeila Selimović, PhD, Program Director, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, National Institutes of Health


Technology Enabled Clinical Decision Support at the Point-of-Care

Uli Chettipally, MD, MPH, Founder and CTO, CREST Network, MPH, Emergency Physician, Kaiser Permanente