Dr Samantha Paoletti

BRCCH Collaborator

Dr Samantha Paoletti works as a life science technologies business development manager at the Swiss Centre for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM). She is a cell biologist focusing on supporting the industrial sector with regard to miniature biosensors, fluidics and cell interface. Dr Paoletti will be working in the BRCCH-funded DAVINCI project as an academic collaborator, coordinating the CSEM’s different activities.

Dr Paoletti’s research interest is in human health and the development of innovative diagnostics for resource-limited settings. The CSEM’s technology platforms address the evolving needs of the domain of life sciences by utilizing the latest advancements in cell technologies, biomonitoring and lab automation, with the goal of narrowing the gap between applied sciences and industrialisation. To meet their partners’ needs, they draw on two decades of experience in functionalisation, biomaterials, microfluidics, fluid control, MEMS and AI in order to develop state-of-the-art tools for life sciences.

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