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SELECTBIO Conferences Advances in Biodetection & Biosensors

Advances in Biodetection & Biosensors Keynote Speakers

David Cullen
Professor, Cranfield University

David Cullen has a BSc in biochemistry from the University of East Anglia and a PhD from the University of Cambridge, the latter whilst studying in the biosensor group of Professor C R Lowe. Post-doctoral studies in the same group followed before joining Cranfield University initially as a lecturer in the area of biosensors. Since 2008 he has held the post of Professor of Bioanalytical Technology within the school of Cranfield Health. Throughout his research career he has been involved in biosensor and related bioanalytical technologies research, both underpinning aspects and applications in the medical and environmental sectors.

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Lo Gorton
Professor, Lund University

Lo Gorton was born 1949 and received his PhD in analytical chemistry in 1981. He became full professor in 1997. Research interests: electrochemical communication between electrodes and redox enzymes/biological membranes/whole cells and applications thereof in biosensors and biofuel cells. He has published more than 420 original scientific papers in peer reviewed journals, has more than 17000 citations and an H-value of 70.

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Anthony Turner
Professor, Linkoping University

Professor Anthony (Tony) Turner’s name is synonymous with the field of Biosensors. In November 2010, he joined Linköping University to create a new Centre for Biosensors and Bioelectronics. His previous thirty-five year academic career in the UK culminated in the positions of Principal of Cranfield University at Silsoe and Distinguished Professor of Biotechnology; he is now an Emeritus Professor at Cranfield. In addition to his academic and management roles, he had overall responsibility there for leveraging Cranfield University's IP via spin outs and licensing. In 2016, Prof Turner was awarded the Ukraine’s highest academic honour, the Vernadsky Gold Medal from the National Academy of Sciences. He was elected to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences in 2013 and was made a Fellow of the UK Royal Society of Chemistry in 1996. He was awarded a Higher Doctorate (DSc) for his exceptional contribution to biosensors by the University of Kent in 2001 and an Honorary DSc by the University of Bedfordshire in 2008, where he served as a Governor for six years. He was made a Foreign Associate of the USA National Academy of Engineering in 2006, for his work on glucose sensors, environmental monitors and synthetic recognition molecules and is a Visiting Professor at various universities in the UK, Italy, Korea, Japan and China. Anthony Turner has over 750 publications and patents (>350 refereed journal papers and reviews) in the field of biosensors and biomimetic sensors and is probably best known for his role in the development of commercial glucose sensors for home-use by people with diabetes. He has an h-index of 68. He published the first textbook on Biosensors in 1987, is Editor-In-Chief of the principal journal in his field, Biosensors & Bioelectronics (Elsevier) and chairs the World Congress on Biosensors, which he founded in 1990.

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