We are interested in studying cells with engineering point of view, exploiting biophysical questions such as ‘how cancer cells are different from normal cells thermodynamically’, ‘how cells work against entropy’ and ‘how and when drugs work on cells’. We develop new engineering tools using Inertial Microfluidics and BioMEMS to understand mechanisms underlying cellular activities on the level of single cell. We also study self-assembly of nano-, microparticles in microfluidic systems.
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