The Power List 2019 – 21-100 (A-Z)
Robert A. Gregg Professor of Chemistry, University of Michigan, USA.
The future: Smaller, faster, and cheaper! It’s great to see microscale analytical tools penetrating mainstream clinical diagnostics, and as smaller technologies provide increasing amounts of information, analytical scientists will have to work closely with bioinformaticians to transform high-density data sets into actionable disease signatures.
Research goal: To create microscale analytical technologies to extract high levels of information from limited biological samples.