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Dorrigiv, D., Goyette, P.-A. F., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Mes-Masson, A.-M., & Gervais, T. (2023). Pixelated microfluidics for drug screening on tumour spheroids and ex vivo microdissected tumour explants. Cancers, 15(4), 1060 (20 pages). Available

Ember, K., Daoust, F., Mahfoud, M., Dallaire, F., Ahmad, E. Z., Tran, T., Plante, A., Diop, M.-K., Nguyen, T., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Ksantini, N., Lanthier, J., Filiatrault, A., Sheehy, G., Beaudoin, G., Quach, C., Trudel, D., & Leblond, F. (2022). Saliva-based detection of COVID-19 infection in a real-world setting using reagent-free Raman spectroscopy and machine learning. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 27(2), 025002 (24 pages). Available

Dorrigiv, D., Simeone, K., Communal, L., Kendall-Dupont, J., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Péant, B., Carmona, E., Mes-Masson, A.-M., & Gervais, T. (2021). Microdissected tissue vs tissue slices - a comparative study of tumor explant models cultured on-chip and off-chip. Cancers, 13(16), 4208 (14 pages). Available

St-Georges-Robillard, A., Cahuzac, M., Péant, B., Fleury, H., Lateef, M. A., Ricard, A., Sauriol, A., Leblond, F., Mes-Masson, A.-M., & Gervais, T. (2019). Long-term fluorescence hyperspectral imaging of on-chip treated co-culture tumour spheroids to follow clonal evolution. Integrative Biology, 11(4), 130-141. Available

St-Georges-Robillard, A., Masse, M., Cahuzac, M., Strupler, M., Patra, B., Orimoto, A. M., Kendall-Dupont, J., Péant, B., Mes-Masson, A.-M., Leblond, F., & Gervais, T. (2018). Fluorescence hyperspectral imaging for live monitoring of multiple spheroids in microfluidic chips. Analyst, 143(16), 3829-3840. Available

Astolfi, M., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Leblond, F., Mes-Masson, A.-M., & Gervais, T. (2016). Microfluidics and spectroscopic imaging for personalized medicine in ovarian cancer. SPIE Newsroom. External link

Wertheimer, M. R., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Lerouge, S., Mwale, F., Elkin, B., Oehr, C., Wirges, W., & Gerhard, R. (2012). Amine-Rich Organic Thin Films for Cell Culture: Possible Electrostatic Effects in Cell–Surface Interactions. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 51(11S), 11PJ04-11PJ04. External link

Wertheimer, M. R., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Lerouge, S., Mwale, F., Elkin, B., Oehr, C., Wirges, W., & Gerhard, R. (2012). Amine-Rich Organic Thin Films for Cell Culture: Possible Electrostatic Effects in Cell-Surface Interactions. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 51(11S), 11PJ04 (5 pages). External link

Paper

Wertheimer, M. R., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Lerouge, S., Mwale, F., Elkin, B., Oehr, C., Wirges, W., & Gerhard, R. (2012, April). Fabrication and characterisation of organic thin films for applications in tissue engineering: emphasis on cell-surface interactions [Paper]. 2012 MRS Spring meeting & Exhibit, San Francisco, CA. External link

St-Georges-Robillard, A., Ruiz, J.-C., Mwale, F., Rampersad, S., Elkin, B., Oehr, C., Lerouge, S., & Wertheimer, M. R. (2011, July). Adhesion of U-937 Monocytes on Amine-functionalised Parylene and Plasma Polymer Surfaces [Paper]. 20th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC-20), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. External link

Abstract

Ruiz, J.-C., St-Georges-Robillard, A., Wertheimer, M. R., Thérésy, C., & Lerouge, S. (2010, June). Fabrication and characterisation of organic thin films for applications in tissue engineering [Abstract]. 37th IEEE International Conference on Plasma Sciences (ICOPS 2010), Norforlk, VA. External link

Master's thesis

St-Georges-Robillard, A. (2012). Couches minces organiques riches en amines primaires par photo-polymérisation ultraviolette : caractérisation et applications biomédicales [Master's thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal]. Available

Ph.D. thesis

St-Georges-Robillard, A. (2018). Wide-Field Fluorescence Hyperspectral Imaging to Quantify Cell Populations in Spheroids Formed and Cultured in Microfluidic Chips [Ph.D. thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal]. Available

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