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Innovation and Application at SLAS2019

By Sabeth Verpoorte, Ph.D.

For academics like me, September brings beginnings – students arriving for study and new experiences as they prepare for various careers. There is an overwhelming feeling of anticipation felt by each of us as we wonder about what important discoveries may lie ahead.


First SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher Explores Paper-Based Microfluidics and Peptide Labeling for Mass Spectrometric Detection

Finding your feet in research sometimes means traveling in unfamiliar territory. For Kelci Schilly, the first SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher, the journey leads from creating tools to search for extraterrestrial life to diagnostics for disease detection as she expands her growing repertoire of research accomplishments.


SLAS2019 Keynote Speaker Teresa Woodruff: Life Sciences Research Gives Birth to Oncofertility

She explores the mystery of fertility, designing first a bioprosthetic ovary that restores ovarian function in sterilized mice, then creating a 28-day ovarian cycle-on-a-chip. Wielding her influence over United States health policy, this mover and shaker evaluates how research is conducted and what it can yield to fulfill urgent, unmet needs. Next, she addresses the SLAS community as keynote speaker at SLAS2019, Feb. 2-6, 2019, in Washington, DC.