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Research of Bernie Van Wie

Bioprocessing

A primary focus of Dr. Van Wie and his group is the study of new and better biosensors and bioanalytical platforms. Since completing a sabbatical at the Naval Research Laboratory in 2000-01, he has begun a collaboration to create hand-held and rapid-sensing devices for identifying and quantifying minute concentrations of persistent toxins in lakes and streams, of metabolites in the human body for disease diagnosis, and of antibodies, other products, and metabolites in cell culture processes for understanding the immune response and cell differentiation.

[Top photo: Dr. Van Wie working in the lab with students, Monika Cewe and Baran Arslan]

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Bernie Van Wie with Haneen Abusharkh and Garry Smith working in the lab
Dr. Van Wie working in the lab with graduate students, Haneen Abusharkh and Garry Smith