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Dang Duong Bang,

Professor in Nano-Technology for Food Safety, Technical University of Copenhagen, Denmark 

Dang Duong Bang received his MSc (1990) and PhD (1995) in Molecular Biology from Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands. Since 1998 he worked as a research scientist at National Veterinary Institute and was promoted as senior scientist and leader of Laboratory of Applied Micro and Nanotechnology (LAMINATE) at the National Food Institute Technical University of Denmark (2002). He was promoted as a professor at the National Food Institute, the Technical University of Denmark in 2014. His research focuses on host-bacterial pathogens interaction and applied micro-nano technology for rapid detection and identification of pathogens (virus and bacteria).

He has worked on several EU and national projects on the development of Lab-on-a-chip systems for DNA analysis. These include DNA array for detection of pathogens (Campylobacterspp, Salmonellaspp, Avian Influenza, etc…),solid-phase PCR array for early detection of Colon cancer, magnetic, nano, and biosensor for sample preparation and nucleic acid isolations, and development of total integrated Lab-on-a-chip PCR based systems for online, at site rapid detection and identification of pathogens (virus and bacteria) in food and animal productions chains as well as in clinical diagnostics.

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