Dr. Laura Gonzalez-Macia is a researcher in electrochemical biosensors for healthcare diagnostics, food industry and environmental monitoring. She obtained a PhD in Chemistry from Dublin City University (Ireland) in 2011. After that, she worked as a Research Associate/Fellow at the University of the West of England (UK), 2011-2015, and at the École Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris (France), 2015-1017. Her investigation involves the fabrication of electroanalytical sensing platforms by mass production techniques such as screen and inkjet printing and their further integration into Point-of-Care (POC) devices. She has published 13 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and a book chapter and she has presented her work (posters and oral communications) in over 20 international conferences. In 2017, she was granted a Marie Sk?odowska Curie Individual Fellowship to join Osasen Sensores SL (Spain), a biotechnological start-up company offering innovative Point of Care systems focused on the healthcare market. Currently, she works in the development of low-cost and easy-to-use microfluidic paper-based biosensor devices for rapid diagnostics in healthcare.