Our multidisciplinary research group focuses on  “lab-on-a-chip (LoC)” biomedical devices and systems. We develop and deploy advanced and innovative methods, devices and systems to enable the development of next-generation of tools for biomedical diagnostics and life science research. By harnessing  the unique physical, chemical and biological processes in nano/micro/macro scale electronic/optic/photonic devices, we aim to address healthcare and biomedicine challenges existing today.

[Ph.D. Positions for Fall 2018 Available]: We invite the most motivated and talented Ph.D. candidates to join us in finding innovative solutions for healthcare and biomedicine. Our group is affiliated with both Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Department. Check here for more details.

Recent News

  • [2017-10-23] Group Members (Gihoon and Weihua) attended MicroTAS2017.
  • [2017-10-20] Our group was awarded a fund from Materials Matter at the Human Level.
  • [2017-08-04] Theodore Prince was selected to participate in the competitive College of Engineering Research Initiative (CERI) program for Fall 2017, congratulations to Theodore!
  • [2017-07-17] Dr. Guan is featured in a video interview by Penn State College of Engineering.
  • [2017-07-08] Xiaonan’s paper on high-throughput and label-free microfluidics deformability sensor was accepted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. Congratulations.
  • [2017-05-02] Grateful to the National Science Foundation for a grant on nanofluidics work.
  • [2017-03-16] A book chapter in ‘Biosensors and Biodetection‘ by Dr. Guan is available online. This is  Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series.
  • [2017-02-08] Gihoon passed the EE PHD Entrance to Candidacy, Congratulations!
  • [2017-02-07] Malaria POCT highlighted on the Lab on a Chip blog. Congratulations!
  • [2017-01-23] Group Members (Gihoon, Xiaonan, Daniel and Weihua attended IEEE MEMS 2017 Conference.
  • [2016-12-12] We welcome Yiming Liu, PhD student from BME, to join our lab for rotation research.
  • [2016-11-01] Gihoon and Daniel’s paper was featured in the back cover of Journal Lab on a Chip. Congratulations!
  • [2016-09-28] Our group’s first two journal papers are accepted this past week. Gihoon and Daniel’s paperaccepted to Lab on a Chip. Zhuofa’s paper accepted to Sensors. Congratulations!

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