Dr. Cedric Hurth
Cedric Hurth spent 2002-2006 in a PhD program at the University of Texas, Austin and in Bordeaux, France. During his time in Austin, Cedric did experimental work on scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) and scanning electrochemical potential microscopy (SECPM) in Allen Bard’s electrochemistry laboratory. During his time in Bordeaux, Cedric worked on Atomic Force Microscopy in liquid environments with applications to the study of enzymes (Jean Pierre Aime lab). In the summer of 2006 Cedric joined Professor Zenhausern’s lab at the University of Arizona State College of Medicine in Phoenix where he spent 10 years developing DNA forensic devices and novel biophysical approaches for medical diagnostic. In 2017, he joined the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO) in Barcelona, Spain to develop devices to test for bacterial contamination in industrial waters. Since 2019, he is a Principal Engineer at Mint Diagnostics, Ltd. in Kent (United Kingdom) overseeing microfluidics design for hormone testing point-of-care devices.