Electrochemical approaches are well suited for analyzing and controlling microfluidic streams. The small size of embedded electrodes the inherent control of mass transfer offered by flowing streams are well suited to electrochemical detection, and the strong link between surface electrical properties, e.g. charge, and fluid flow are well known. The Southeastern US has several very strong groups working on combinations of electrochemistry and microfluidics, for applications ranging from portable analytical systems to high-throughput drug discovery. This symposium will cover a wide range of related topics within a general theme of electrochemistry and microfluidics.