Current Projects

Thrust areas of research in our group:

Field Effect Transistor Biosensing

- Detection of Viable Pathogens Using Label-Free Electrical Detection of Nucleic Acid Amplification

- Improving the sensitivity of field effect biosensors through electronic desalting

- Biosensing on large-scale field-effect transistor array

Solid State Nanopores

- Stacked Graphene Nanopores to control DNA transport

- Detection and Quantification of DNA Methylation

- Concentration and analysis of circulating DNA

Point-of-care microfluidic diagnostics systems

- Quantification of Viral Load Using Liposome Encapsulation for HIV Detection

- Impedance-based Complete Blood Count on Microfluidic Devices

Resonant mass sensors for cellular analysis

- Characterization of single cell mass response

3D biofabrication

- Design and fabrication of 3D printed biobots

- 3D Microfabrication of Biological Machines

Click on a link above for a more in-depth description of the thrust areas and specific projects associated with them.

This material was originally published on the website of the Laboratory of Integrated Biomedical Micro/Nanotechnology & Applications (LIBNA).