Members of the Bailey group just wrapped up presenting at UM’s Microfluidics in Biomedical Sciences Training Program Symposium. Among all of the thought-provoking presentations, Colleen Riordan was able to take home a best poster award for her presentation on a "Microfluidic Platform for Optimizing the Formation of Nanodisc Libraries from Whole Cell Lysate“. Steve Doonan walked away with an award for his talk titled “Development of the Droplet CAR-Wash Platform for Picoliter-Scale Epigenetic Analysis“.
The Bailey lab greatly appreciates the opportunity to share their work and learn from campus colleagues. For those interested in learning about microfluidics and seeing what MBSTP has to offer, you can follow this link http://umich.edu/~ufluids/ to find out more. See you next year!