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Real-time detection of pathogens using customized nanoparticle biosensors with Fred Byerlein, MBA & Houng-Yau Mei, Ph.D., MBA
Mr. Beyerlein has over 30 years of extensive experience in early stage enterprise development product and market strategy, financial systems and overall business strategy. Mr. Beyerlein currently serves as the CEO of nanoRETE, Inc.; a biosensor development company focused on pathogen and toxin detection within the food safety and supply markets. Mr. Beyerlein received his MBA in Economics and Finance from Fordham University.
Dr. Mei received his Ph.D. degree from Columbia University followed by a NIH-postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California and an Executive MBA from Michigan State University. He has worked at Pfizer and Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals, Rubicon Genomics, and Neural Intervention Technologies. Dr. Mei has over 60 patent applications, publications & abstracts..
Agenda: 1. Introduction. 2. What are human pathogens, such as anthrax, E. Coli, salmonella, tuberculosis? 3. What are the traditional methods of detection? 4. Is there a need for in-field, rapid testing results? 5. What is bio-barcode technology? a. Nano particle-presence/absence metal-ion 6. What advantages does multiplex testing offer? 7. What is square wave anodic stripping voltammetry (SWASV)? 8. Why is the reporting of test results within an hour advantageous? 9. What is the price of these new technologies? 10. Conclusion.
Contact: Fred Beyerlein, BS/MBA Chief Executive Officer nanoRETE, Inc. 3815 Technology Blvd. #1050 Lansing, MI 48910 517.336.4680 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.nanorete.com
Today on the show I will be joined again by Kandy Griffin. This is the follow up to the first interview we did together. Kandy is a chemtrails activist and Morgellons researcher. I am honored to have her on to explain to us what Morgellons disease is and how to combat it.
Dr. Alex Stegh, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Northwestern University has been working on using nanoparticles to deliver various agents to brain tumors.
Nanoparticles give a way to deliver agents across the blood brain barrier.
As humans, we love advancements in science and technology and often can’t wait to use them and apply them in as many areas of our lives as possible. Nanotechnology is a prime example. In the past several years, it would appear that nanotechnology is everywhere and nanoparticles are increasingly appearing as ingredients in products we use and even ingest. However, are there any health impacts from this new technology? Diane Brandon is joined this week by Bri