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Huihui Lu

Researcher

Huihui Lu received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from National University of Ireland, Cork in 2006. She was a post-doctoral researcher at Biomedical Diagnostics Institute, Dublin City University, where she developed an improved miniaturised blood coagulation device. After that, she moved to Audit Diagnostics to develop a wide range of nano/micro beads based immunoassay reagents for enhanced sensitivity detection of biomarkers in human serum. She joined Micropoint Bioscience Inc. as a program manager, leading the development a point-of-care device for blood coagulation monitoring, which secured CE mark and CFDA approval and subsequently launched to European and Chinese market. In 2014, after securing Science Foundation Ireland “Advance Award – Women in Science” grant, she joined the Photonics Packaging Group in Tyndall National Institute to work on integrating silicon photonic platform for bio-sensing applications. She later joined Biophotonics Group in 2016 and work on multimodal optical techniques for cancer guided surgery.

Her research interests include biosensor and assay solutions, silicon photonic integration for on-chip sensing, and multimodal spectroscopy techniques for point-of-care diagnosis devices and healthcare applications.

Biography

Huihui Lu received her Ph.D. in Chemistry from National University of Ireland, Cork in 2006. She was a post-doctoral researcher at Biomedical Diagnostics Institute, Dublin City University, where she developed an improved miniaturised blood coagulation device. After that, she moved to Audit Diagnostics to develop a wide range of nano/micro beads based immunoassay reagents for enhanced sensitivity detection of biomarkers in human serum. She joined Micropoint Bioscience Inc. as a program manager, leading the development of a point-of-care device for blood coagulation monitoring, which secured CE mark and CFDA approval and subsequently launched to European and Chinese market. In 2014, after securing Science Foundation Ireland “Advance Award – Women in Science” grant, she joined the Photonics Packaging Group in Tyndall National Institute to work on integrating silicon photonic platform for bio-sensing applications. She later joined Biophotonics Group in 2016 to work on multimodal optical techniques for cancer guided surgery. Her research interests include biosensor and assay solutions, silicon photonic integration for on-chip sensing, and multimodal spectroscopy techniques for point-of-care diagnosis devices and healthcare applications.