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Tag: Benjamin Miller

Apt analogies help veteran convey his HIV research

Apt analogies help veteran convey his HIV research

April 16, 2021

‘Three Minute Thesis’ Competition winner Jeffrey Beard demonstrates how to communicate science to the public.

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Chip on a card would detect COVID-19 antibodies in a minute

Chip on a card would detect COVID-19 antibodies in a minute

January 6, 2021

Researchers in Rochester are developing a “completely new diagnostic platform” that could prove to be a valuable clinical tool for detecting exposure to multiple viruses from a single drop of blood.

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‘Organ on a chip’ is the wave of the future

‘Organ on a chip’ is the wave of the future

November 9, 2020

Rochester researchers are building technology to predict the course of tendon injuries—a form of personalized medicine that will lead to more effective treatments.

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Rochester researchers pursue quick ways to detect COVID-19—and better understand it

Rochester researchers pursue quick ways to detect COVID-19—and better understand it

April 21, 2020

Nanomembranes, optical sensors, and blood analysis: Rochester faculty are turning previous research avenues to focus on ways to quickly detect novel coronavirus to speed treatment.

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Two Rochester scientists named AAAS fellows

Two Rochester scientists named AAAS fellows

November 26, 2019

Todd Krauss, professor and chair of the Department of Chemistry, and Benjamin Miller, Dean’s Professor of Dermatology, are being recognized this year for their “efforts toward advancing scientific applications that are deemed scientifically or socially distinguished.”

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The future of photonics

The future of photonics

February 23, 2016

“We work on optical bio sensors,” said Dr. Ben Miller, a researcher at the University of Rochester Medical Center. He’s creating a sensor that can detect the presence of hundreds of viruses from a single blood sample, in real time.

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