Research and Teaching Interests
Our main focus is on better understanding the cellular mechanisms regulating cell migration and trafficking. We leverage microfluidic devices in combination with cell biology, immunology and modeling approaches in our studies. In addition, we are developing microfluidic tools for a range of biological and biomedical applications through collaborations.
The study of environmental guiding mechanisms for the migration of biological cells with the focus on chemical and electrical cues.
biophysics, biomedical engineering, immunology, microfluidics, cell migration and cell trafficking
Microfluidic devices to study electrochemical guidance for cell migration and trafficking.