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07.0008: PATHS-UP: The Commercialization of Raman Instrumentation at the Point of Care — With Samuel Mabbott, Michael Matthews, and Cyril Soliman (6/13/2023)
The Precise Advanced Technologies and Health Systems for Underserved Populations initiative, or PATHS-UP, aims to integrate engineering research and education with technological innovation to transform national prosperity, health, and security. The National Science Foundation-funded collaboration also extends into industry, to ensure that positive R&D outcomes ascend into use in the wider community.

In a panel discussion, host Jake Saltzman is joined by Samuel Mabbott, assistant professor in the Texas A&M Department of Biomedical Engineering; Cyril Soliman, who earned his Ph.D. under Mabbott in the Texas A&M Biomedical Optics Lab and drove much of the research on the initiative; and Michael Matthews, vice president of the spectroscopy division at Wasatch Photonics. The trio served as key players on a portion of PATHS-UP-supported work that involves the development of a surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy technology that targets the detection of core biomarkers at the point of care.

"All Things Photonics"® is produced by Photonics Media and airs biweekly, on Tuesdays.

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