Application of diffusion in biological systems
Microfluidics introduction and
Why it is important to scale throughput?
Especially in COVID-19 tests
10x genomics (microfluidics lab-to-market)
Future vision in AI integration with automated microfluidic devices
Supervised and mentored four undergraduate research students and a graduate student.
Each student research work is published or submitted for publication this year.
Michael Margolis Computational and Systems Biology (2017-2020),
Project: Synchronize image analysis code with micromotor rotation to sort suspended large cellular structures in media.
Now: Medical student at UCLA.
Michael Bogumil Bioengineering (2017-2020),
Project: Analyze micromagnetic stray field binding force as a function of the magnetization angle.
Now: Master’s student at UCLA Bioengineering.
Darren Lo Bioinformatics (2017-2019),
Project: Analyze cavity flow reattachment point transition as a function of the flow velocity.
Now: Pulmonary research associate intern at Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Fiona Tang Bioengineering (2016-2018),
Project: Optimize cell capture capacity in microvortices.
Now: Master’s student at USC Computer Science.
Ryan Stoutamore Bioengineering (2016-2018),
Project: Track tumor cells trapping trajectories in microcavities.
Now: Master’s degree from UCSD Computer and Science Engineering.