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Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Our biofluidic researchers work on projects focus on applying micro/nanofluidic principles toward biomedical diagnostic devices and understanding physiological and pathological phenomena. Ongoing projects include vascular and perivascular flows in human brain, effects of shear stress and inflammation on cancer growth, and microfluidic devices for point-of-care diagnostics. Investigations are conducted through integrated experimental and computational approaches.
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