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SLAS Innovation Award Winners

From SLAS2015
Jonathan Wingfield, AstraZeneca, Cambridge (U.K.)
Novel Acoustic Loading of a Mass Spectrometer — Towards Next Generation High Throughput MS Screening

From SLAS2014
Patrick P. Beattie, Diagnostics For All, Cambridge, MA (USA)
Paper-Based Sensors for Low-Cost Diagnostics

From SLAS2013
Andrea Weston; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Hartford, CT (USA)
Making a Quantum Leap in Mass Spectrometry Throughput: Applying the NextVal MassInsight Technology to Monitor Cytochrome P450 Enzyme Inhibition in Human Liver Microsomes

From SLAS2012
Dan Dongeun Huh, Harvard University
A Human Breathing Lung-on-a-Chip for Drug Screening and Nanotoxicology Applications

From LabAutomation2011
Kamlesh Patel, Ph.D., Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA for "Automated Digital Microfluidic Sample Preparation for Next-Generation DNA Sequencing."

From LabAutomation2010
Ali Khademhosseini, Ph.D., of Harvard-Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA for "Microengineered Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering and Stem Cell Bioengineering."

From LabAutomation2009
Hyongsok (Tom) Soh, Ph.D., of University of California, Santa Barbara, CA for "High Performance Magnetic Separation in Microfluidic Channels."

From LabAutomation2008
James Landers, Ph.D., of University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA for "A Simplified Microfluidic Device for Ultrafast Genetic Analysis With Sample-In/Answer-Out Capability: Application to T-Cell Lymphoma Diagnosis"

From LabAutomation2007
Andre Marziali, Ph.D., of University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC for "A Powerful New Device and Method for Detecting and Concentrating Nucleic Acids From Complex and Dilute Samples."

From LabAutomation2006
David Ecker, Ph.D., of Ibis Biosciences, Carlsbad, CA for "The Ibis T5000 Universal Biosensor: An Automated Platform for Pathogen Identification and Strain Typing."

From LabAutomation2005
Dana Spence, Ph.D., of Wayne State University, Detroit, MI for "Automation and Microfluidic Assays: In Vitro Models of the Mammalian Microcirculation."