Leo Boneschansker, M.D.

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Felix Ellett, Ph.D.

Felix's current research is focused on development of simple microfluidic devices to assay leukocyte functions, including migration and host-pathogen interactions. These assays can then be used to better understand both the biology of healthy neutrophils and the mechanisms that underpin disfunction in diseases such as sepsis.

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Maedeh Heidarpourroushan, Ph.D.

North Carolina State University, 2016

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Mehdi Jorfi, Ph.D.

University of Fribourg, 2014

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Avanish Mishra, Ph.D.

Purdue University, 2016

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Baris Mutlu, Ph.D.

University of Minnesota, 2016

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Murat Karabacak, Ph.D.

Dr. Karabacak's current research interest is developing lossless methods for analysis of circulating tumor cells. Microfluidic platforms are used for immuno-magnetic depletion of normal (negative) cells from the blood of metastatic cancer patients. Isolated cells are immobilized on glass surfaces for staining and high resolution imaging.

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Rebecca Sandlin, Ph.D.

Dr. Sandlin is working to develop new biopreservation techniques. Specifically, she is interested in developing methods for preserving rare cell types under ambient conditions

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Shannon Tessier, Ph.D.

Carleton University, 2014

My primary research is to develop novel methods for the limitation of organ injury for the purpose of transplantation and strategies for the stabilization of peripheral blood and its components which are compatible with microfluidic processing and molecular diagnostics. A common theme across these projects is the control of biological time and promoting the broad dissemination of life-saving technology.

Lindong Weng, Ph.D.

Dalian University of Technology, 2012

Dr. Weng's research interests concentrate around the understanding of the biophysical phenomena occurring in cryopreservation, including thermodynamics of phase changes, mass transfer, and material characterization. He is mainly working on developing biopreservation methods for biologics of urgent necessity for the research communities.

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Xiao Wang, Ph.D.

University of Cincinnati, 2016

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Keith Wong, Ph.D.

Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, 2012

Dr. Wong is working on preservation strategies to stabilize whole blood ex vivo for microfluidic diagnostics

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Shyam S. Bale, Ph.D.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2010

Dr. Bale's primary research is to develop microfluidic platforms for real-time detection biomolecules in cellular secretions; and other metabolites. This technology will be combined with the living cell array to simultaneously monitor gene expression and protein secretion. This can be extended to identify biomolecules/proteins in small volumes in low concentrations with high sensitivity.

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Abhinav Bhushan, Ph.D.

Louisiana State University, 2006

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Alex Hopke, Ph.D.

University of Maine, 2016

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Jenny Nesbitt, Ph.D.

Vanderbilt University, 2016

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