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Dr. Günter Roth

Group leader, Lab-on-a-Chip/Assays

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Dr. Günter Roth holds, besides his Dr. degree, two diplomas, one in Biochemistry and another in Physics. He studied at the Eberhard-Karls-University in Tübingen and was awarded in 2004 for his physics diploma thesis (2001) „Microstructures for Protein Separation“ with the Dr.-Friedrich-Förster-award (hier unbedingt den Link unter das hinterlegen http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Friedrich-F%C3%B6rster-Preis). He made his biochemistry diploma thesis (2002) „Protein-Protein-Interactions on Microstructures“ at the small Biotec Startup LifeBits AG, Tübingen. Due to his industry near topics he developed in his Ph.D. thesis (2006) „Development of High-Throughput-Assays“ fort he company EMC microcollections GmbH (falls gewünscht kann hier ein Link unterlegt werden http://www.microcollections.de/), also Tübingen and made a postdoc time at the Interfaculty Institute for Cell Biology (IFIZ) (hier kann der Link http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/en/faculties/faculty-of-science/departments/interfakultaere-institute-und-zentren/ifiz/ifiz.html hinterlegt werden) as group leader for development of miniaturized assays. Since July 2008 he is Head of Assays at Lab-on-a-Chip group at the Department of MEMS Applications (Prof.Zengerle). In the frame of this work he supervises the microfluidic implementation of standard assays like PCR, immunoassays or clinical chemistry as well as the development of new, microfluidic-based assays like the Mediator-Probe-Assay for universal applicable analysis of nucleotides like DNA. He initated the development of the microarray copying technology, which is now used as DNA-Replicator in the group DNA Arrays and the Protein Microarray Copier (PMaC) used by the group Protein Arrays. Dr. Roth is, at the HSG-IMIT and fir the Department of MEMS Applications, the contact person if it comes to biological or biochemical tasks and questions.









Department of Microsystems Engineering – IMTEK
Laboratory for MEMS Applications
Georges-Köhler-Allee 103
D-79110 Freiburg


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