Biosensores y nanodispositivios
Victor Serdio received his Bachelor degree in engineering physics from the Monterrey Institute of Technology in 2006, Masters in physical electronics in 2010 and Ph.D. in materials science and engineering in 2014; both in the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Became a member of the Toshiba Research Development Center in Kawasaki, Japan in 2010 and became a postdoctoral fellow in the materials and structures laboratory in the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2014.
After this, he founded and has been working as Chief Science Officer in the spin-off venture capital company “Mursla Nanosensors” for the development of biosensor with applications in point-of-care devices for the detection and characterization of biomarker proteins for cancer diagnosis.
The biosensors and nanodevices developed by Mursla Nanosensors harness the latest advancements in nanofabrication techniques of the semiconductor industry and applies them in the biotech and medical fields. For this degree of innovation, Victor has been the receiver of highly renown awards and honors such as “2015 Innovator of the Year” Award by the MIT Technology Review (1st. place out of the 10 awarded), “Leader of Tomorrow pool of knowledge” at the 47th.
St. Gallen Symposium in 2016 as well as authored of many peer reviewed publications and conferences.