Sponsored by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE).
2044 Rayburn House Office Building
Lunch will be provided.
The Flint Water Crisis proves a critical need to detect toxins in the environment. Biosensors may hold the key to detecting toxic chemicals in the air and in the water. But it doesn’t stop there--biosensors can also detect biomarkers to cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Please join AIMBE and the Research & Development Caucus for an important discussion about the hidden potential of biosensors in the fight to keep our bodies and environment.