David Charlot elected Councilor for the AES Electrophoresis Society

Dr. Charlot has been recently elected Councilor for the AES Electrophoresis Society for the term 2019-2022. He joins the Governing Board as one of 8 councilors.

David is CEO of CBio, a B2B hardware solutions company addressing unmet needs in cell engineering performance measurement. David is an experienced inventor, entrepreneur, and manager with 15+ years experience building tools to solve challenges in human health. He is a knowledgeable bioengineer with specialization in automation and systems integration for live cell analysis. He received his PhD in bioengineering from University of California, San Diego and BSc in physics from Delaware State University. He worked as a senior systems engineer at Hycor Biomedical. He developed intellectual property (IP) and systems for Vala Sciences. David is also co-founder and former Chief Technology Officer of Biological Dynamics, an oncology diagnostics company based in San Diego. During his tenure from 2009 - 2016, David gained considerable experience translating university IP from research to a commercially viable product.

His core passions are providing access to advanced live cell analysis tools and expanding opportunities in STEM education. He believes empowering industry and academia with disruptive technology will spark creativity and reshape the future of biotech. He will leverage his academic, startup, and technology commercialization experience in his role as Councilor at AES Electrophoresis Society.

ABOUT THE AES Electrophoresis Society

The AES Electrophoresis Society, previously the American Electrophoresis Society or AES, is a unique organization founded in 1980 to improve and promote technologies for electrophoretic separation and detection. With time, this focus has expanded to include all electrokinetic and related techniques for the advancement of different fields. The expertise of our members stretches from electrophoresis to dielectrophoresis and micro/nanofluidics with application in healthcare diagnostics, forensics, and advanced manufacturing. The mission of the society is to promote excellence across diverse disciplines; facilitate communication between members worldwide; facilitate the training of scientists and students in electrokinetic technologies; and facilitate peers training peers across the globe. This mission is supported by hosting forums and conferences, recognizing the top talent in electrokinetics and supporting the development of the next generation of researchers and educators.