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Bonnie Gray received her B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1992,
her M.S. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1995, and her Ph.D.
for the University of California at Davis in 2001, all in electrical engineering.
From 1997-1998, she performed a portion of her doctoral thesis work, entitled
"Integrated and Modular Microfluidic Technologies with Applications to
Microinstruments", while employed as a research intern at NovaSensor in
Fremont, California. From 2001 until 2003, she was a Postdoctoral Researcher
in Electronic Instrumentation/DIMES at the Delft Technical University researching
polymer microfluidic packaging for integrated high speed screening arrays using
In December 2003, Dr. Gray joined the School of Engineering Science at Simon
Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada, where she is now an Associate Professor
and Director of the Microinstrumentation Laboratory. She has published widely
on the development and utilization of microfluidic interconnect and packaging
technologies for applications in biology and biomedicine. Her current research
interests include microfluidics and microfluidic packaging, microassembly, microsystems
for endothelial cell shape versus function studies and single cell antibody
monitoring, surface plasmon optical sensing, flexible polymer platforms for
MEMS-based biomedical sensors and drug delivery, and nanocomposite polymers
for microsystems and impedance analysis of tissue for cancer screening.
Dr. Gray is the Chapter Chair for the Vancouver Chapter of the IEEE Electron
Devices Society and is active as an executive in the Vancouver Section of the
IEEE. She is a member of the program committee for IEEE IMS3TW and the Microfluidics
and BioMEMS Conference of SPIE Photonics West.