|Fluidic Microprocessors for Life & Material Sciences|
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We investigate and utilize dynamically changing flow situations at small scales to either study complex chemical or biological phenomena or organize matter in space and time. We use a combination of micro/nanofabrication approaches, analytical and numerical models and imaging modalities. By engineering simple microenvironments we are able to probe and abstract out a general principle behind an observed phenomenon. We aim at translating these principles to massively scaled, easy-to-use, well-integrated and fully automated fluidic microprocessors.
Recent Paper: Sanjesh Yasotharan, Sascha Pinto, John G Sled, Steffen-Sebastian Bolz, Axel Günther "Artery-on-a-chip platform for automated, multimodal assessment of cerebral blood vessel structure and function", Lab Chip, 15(12), pp.2660-2669.
Summer 2016: OOAC 2016 and Bioprinting Workshop, Toronto
| Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering
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