Erica Forzani

Dr. Erica Forzani is Assistant Professor of in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport, and Energy at Arizona State University (SEMTE), Deputy Director of ASU’s Center for Bioelectronics & Biosensors (CBB) at The Biodesign Institute, and Research Associate at Mayo Clinic, Arizona. Her research interests are the development of novel hybrid chemical and biosensors and the integration of sensors into wireless, non-invasive and inexpensive sensor devices. She is focused on health applications, and environmental health and safety. Currently, she has over 50 peer-reviewed publications, 11 patents and patent applications and 3 transferred intellectual properties. With a background in Clinical Chemistry, Chemistry, Engineering, and a passion in Lifestyle Behavioral Sciences, Erica directs her research, professional, and personal goals to bring new inspired-use technologies to real-world applications.

Associated articles

JTEHM, Articles, Published Articles
A Handheld, Colorimetric Optoelectronic Dynamics Analyzer (CODA) for Measuring Total Ammonia of Biological Samples
       Abstract: This work introduces a wireless, solid-state, portable, and automated device capable of semi-continuously measuring the total ammonia (ammonia (NH3) and ammonium (NH4 + )) levels of fluids, including biological samples. This device reliably measures the total ammonia of biological samples... Read more
JTEHM, Published Articles
Total iron measurement in human serum with a novel smartphone-based assay
Abnormally low or high blood iron levels are common health conditions worldwide and can seriously affect an individual’s overall well-being. A low-cost point-of-care technology that measures blood iron markers with a goal of both preventing and treating iron-related disorders represents... Read more