MSB 2022

International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis

 Liège, Belgium    April 3-6, 2022

The 38th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB 2022) will be held at the University of Liège, Belgium. We look forward to welcoming you all to Liège on 3-6 April 2022. You might even extend your stay to enjoy some of the sights available in the neighborhood such as the Ardennes, Brussels, Ghent or Bruges.

Liège in pictures

Liège

After two virtual editions, we hope that by April 2022 we will be able to newly meet face-to-face and discuss fundamental and application-driven aspects of microscale separations and bioanalysis.

Main topics of MSB 2022
  • Advances in microscale CE and LC separations
  • Microscale separation systems coupled to MS and IMS
  • Electrodriven separations and SERS detection
  • Microscale sample preparation for bioanalysis
  • Pharma and biopharma applications
  • Biomarkers for precision medicines
  • Microscale separations for –omics sciences
  • Materials for microfluidic/lab-on-chip systems
  • Digital Microfluidics, Droplet Microfluidics, Centrifugal Microfluidics
  • Sensor fabrication technologies (3D printing, lithography, etc)
  • Biomarkers and functionalisation
  • Microfluidic platforms for integrated separation and detection
  • Point-of-care devices / from lab-on-chip systems towards applications
  • Advances in organ-on-chip engineering
       Concept of the Symposium
  • State-of-the-art science, cutting-edge technology
  • Blind peer review of abstracts
  • 2/3 of programme from submitted abstracts
  • Extended discussion time for presentations
  • Young researcher session and networking event
  • Belgian meals and drinks included in registration fees
  • Several awards offered

Find out more about the Concept of the Symposium

This symposium offers an unique multidisciplinary touch from microscale engineering to separation sciences and their applications.


Symposium Chairs

Marianne Fillet       Heidi Ottevaere

Marianne FILLET
Full professor at the University of Liège (ULiège, Belgium)
Head of the Laboratory for the Analysis of Medicines,
Faculty of Medicine

 

Heidi OTTEVAERE
Full professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB, Belgium)
Head of the Department of Applied Physics and Photonics,
Brussels Photonics, Faculty of Engineering