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2017 2nd International Conference on Chemistry and Biochemical Engineering
May 23-24, 2017, Xi’an, China
Keynote Speakers
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Dr. C. Bor Fuh, Professor
Department of Applied Chemistry, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan

Biography: Dr. C. Bor Fuh received his Ph.D from department of chemistry at University of Utah in USA and worked as a postdoc research fellow at biomedical engineering department of Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio State, USA. Dr. Fuh has been a Professor since 2000. He served as a chairman at department of applied chemistry in National Chi Nan University from 2004 to 2007. Dr. Fuh was a guesting professor at Osaka University of Japan in 2009. Dr. Fuh has been editorial boards of several journals (Biomagnetic Research and Technology, Separation Science, International Journal of Nano Science and Engineering). Dr. Fuh has been invited speakers for many international universities and conferences. Prof. Fuh published more than 35 ranked top 10% international SCI papers. Dr. Fuh has been a distinguished professor in National Chi Nan University since 2014. His major fields of research interest include thin channel, magnetic immunoassay, and multifunctional nanoparticles for analytical and biochemical analyses.

Topic: Development of Multifunctional Nanoparticles and Magnetic Immunoassay for Biochemical Applications

Abstract: Functional nanoparticles are important parts of nanotechnology and have been widely used for various applications of material science and biochemical analysis. The multifunctional nanoparticles have great potential to be used in many new applications. Magnetic immunoassay is a relative new and effective technique for bioanalysis. This presentation would show the recent development of functional nanoparticles and magnetic immunoassay for biochemical analysis. Several model biomarkers would be used to demonstrate the applications of this technique. In comparison with other methods, this method has lower detection limit and wider linear range. This technique has great potential to provide a simple, fast, sensitive, and selective analysis for particles, proteins, and other biomaterials.

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