Our research interests are in the direction of developing tools and methods for quantitative biology. We aim to modify traditional batch culture methods and develop novel microfabricated tools, mostly compatible with microscopy, to precisely measure and quantitatively characterize cellular behavior for various cell types ranging from bacteria to mammalian cells. Production of diagnostic and monitoring devices for point-of-care testing using obtained quantitative data and developed technologies for fundamental biological concepts are among our primary research goals.

Design and development of microfabricated tools to investigate tumor immunity.

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Dielectrophoretic Technologies to characterize cellular properties.

Microfluidic platforms for plant biology and GMO detection.

Laparoscopic tools and robotic surgery