Graduate Student

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167 Riverbend South
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Our group is interested in developing novel microfluidic technologies for biology and biomedical sciences. Our expertise in this area includes nanoscale magnetism, micro/nano-fabrication, microfluidics, and complex fluids. My research is to isolate rare circulating tumor cells from a patient blood sample with a microfluidic device like magnetophoresis in a high throughput, purity and recovery rate manner. Also, I want to classify cells according to their size and antigen expression.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Plasmonic Fluorescence Enhancement in Single Molecule-Based Detection with Nanoantenna