With SLAS2022 confirmed to go ahead as both an in-person and hybrid event, the Innovation Award finalist presentations will take place on February 8, from 10AM- 5PM, and will be live-streamed to the online audience.
What is the SLAS Innovation Award?
The SLAS Innovation Award consists of a $10,000 check presented to a winning presenting author. Subject to SLAS requirements and the approval of the SLAS Awards and Grants Advisory Committee, the winning presenting author is also invited to join the judging panel for the following year and invited to participate on the SLAS2023 Program Committee for the following year’s conference.
The panel of judges is comprised of individuals approved by the SLAS Awards and Grants Advisory Committee and represents various technologies and applications within the SLAS International Conference and Exhibition curriculum.
Anna Popova, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
The Droplet Microarray (DMA) as a Versatile Platform of the Future for High-Throughput Cell Experiments in Nanolitre Droplets
Christoph Merten, EPFL, The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne
Droplet Microfluidics in Antibody Discovery, Immune Repertoire Sequencing and Personalized Cancer Therapy
Erik Danen, Leiden University
A Versatile Medium-Throughput 3D Microtissue Platform for Drug Discovery and Development for Fibrosis and (Immune)oncology
Dennis Shaberla, Kobotix
ChemOS – Automatic Optimization of Chemical Reactions
Emma Chory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phage and Robotics-Assisted Directed Evolution
Tetsuhiro Harimoto, Columbia University
A Coculture Platform to Screen Therapeutic Bacteria within Tumor Spheroids
Nathaniel Elsen, Abbvie
IR-MALDESI-MS: A New Platform for High-Throughput Label-Free Analysis
Kyle Loh, Stanford University
Improving the Future Safety of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies
Alice Soragni, University of California Los Angeles
Leveraging Patient-Derived Tumor Organoids for Drug Discovery and Precision Medicine Applications