Welcome to the website of Professor Masoud Agah's research group at Virginia Tech. Research at VT MEMS Lab currently centers on the development of three-dimensional micromachining techniques, micro gas analyzers for environmental and healthcare applications, biochips for cell analysis, cancer diagnosis, and cancer treatment monitoring, and biochips for pathogen detection in water.
- Probing the Mechanics of Adherent and Suspended Breast Cancer Cells with AFM and Microfluidics
- Biomechanical profile of cancer stem-like/tumor-initiating cells derived from a progressive ovarian cancer model.
- A micro-discharge photoionization detector for micro-gas chromatography
- Hamza won third place for poster presentations at 30th Annual Graduate Research Symposium 2014 held at Virginia Tech.
- Shree Narayanan successfully defended his PhD on micro gas chromatography detectors and their integration into separation columns. Congratulations Shree :)
- Tyler Shake successfully defended his MS thesis on embedded passivated-electrode insulator-based dielectrophoresis. Congratulations Tyler!