Martin Dufva

Associate Professor
Technical University of Denmark
MD is a molecular biologist who took his PhD in Virology at University of Gothenburg. MD joined Technical University of Denmark 2001 and has since then worked with high throughput analysis systems and organ modelling. His effort on the latter started with being one of the first demonstrating culturing of cell lines on a chip on a microscope stage. From there he developed microfluidics solution for highly parallel fluidics systems. He then moved to 3D culturing including structuring of hydrogels substrates, spheroids cultures and differentiation of stem cells under flow. At present, his efforts are to combine several tissue models into one unit for studying drug delivery. His interest for HTS application started with DNA and protein microarrays. He developed surface chemistries and genetic assays. Lately he has used high density peptide arrays and high throughput sequencing for epitope mapping. Currently he is investigating a novel droplet array platform to perform screening using single molecules analysis, and non-growing organisms. The droplet array platform is also used analytically for detection of low abundance biomarkers in serum.


November 7 2019, 14:20
 - 14:50
Theoretical Results Analysing Different Digital Platforms For DNA And Protein Detection