VT MEMS Laboratory
The recent work of VT MEMS lab on 3D MEMS fabrication and its utilization for pathogen detection in the proposed 3D-PiDEP technology has been featured on VT website and VT daily news.
Drs. Agah and Pruden received a grant from NSF to develop new dielectrophoresis chips (3D-PiDEP) for pathogen enrichment.
Our work on 3D Polymer micromachining and the recent NSF award to utilize the technology for cell enrichment has been featured in several news outlets (newswise, sciencedaily, nationalusai).
VT MEMS Lab will present 5 papers in the upcoming BMES conference.
Dr. Mehdi Nikkhah, the first PHD graduate of the BioMEMS thrust, will join the faculty of Biomedical Engineering Department, Arizona State University. Congratulations and wishing him a safe journey in his new endeavors.
Drs. Agah (Co-PI) and Nazhandali (PI) received a grant from NSF to develop NEMS-Based Power Gating for Future Low Power Design.
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