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Dr Gymama Slaughter is the Director of the Center for Biosystems and Engineering in the Department of Engineering and Technology at Virginia State University She oversees research and research outreach programs in the Center Dr Slaughter earned her doctoral degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Virginia Commonwealth University She has received continuous funding from Virginia State University and the National Science Foundation for her diabetes research that focuses on the design and development of glucose biosensor especially in relationship to monitoring blood glucose in diabetics She has published peerreviewed scientific articles on her work in such highly respected journals as Biosensors and Bioelectronics Langmuir Sensors Journal IEEE Proceedings of the SPIEThe International Society for Optical Engineering and International Journal of Engineering Education She also has served as a frequent reviewer for several major engineering journals and funding agencies Dr Slaughter’s awards include the University’s nomination for the 20092010 SCHEV Outstanding Faculty Award in the ‘Rising Star’ category RICTECH 2010 Educator of the Year and the 2010 RJEC’s Community Service Award These awards recognize superior accomplishments in teaching research and public service
Dr. Slaughter·s interests are in the areas of sensor-processor integration to realize ultrafast and ultralow-power integrated signal processing hardware that covers biological systems, wireless network communications, bioelectronics design and theory, microprocessors and microcontrollers (embedded systems), enzyme-based biosensors, the design of implantable biosensors systems, static and dynamic cell-based biosensors, and the applications of artificial neural network (ANN) for pattern recognition of pharmacological agents or neurotoxins. Additional interest include chemical and biosensor devices based on redox-active and electroconductive polymers; thin film polymer films fabricated on metallic and semiconductor device; and AC impedance spectroscopy.
|Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni|
|Review Article: J Biochip Tissue Chip 2015, 5: 110|
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