Microfluidic Bioanalytical Systems
The Microfluidics program supports the design, development and implementation of systems for the precise control and manipulation of biological fluids on a small, sub-millimeter scale. Technology development in research areas include, but are not limited to in-vitro micro-total analysis systems, arrays and biochips for detection of clinically relevant analytes in complex matrices.
|Grant Number||Project Title||Principal Investigator||Institution|
|5-R01-EB024186-02||Circulating Red Blood Cell Based Nanosensors for Continuous, Real-Time Drug Monitoring||Heather Clark||Northeastern University|
|5-P41-EB002027-34||Surface Analysis Facility for Biomedical Problems||David Castner||University of Washington|
|5-P41-EB020594-06||Biotechnology Resource Center of Biomodular Multi scale Systems CBM2 for Precision Molecular Diagnostics||Steven Soper||University of Kansas Lawrence|
|1-R21-EB028069-01||Enabling Technology for a Biomimetic Artificial Retinal Chemical Synapse Chip||Laxman Saggere||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|1-R03-EB028043-01||A user-friendly microchip for rapid optimization of protein conjugation reactions||Rebecca Pompano||University of Virginia|