Our lab focuses on the development of microfluidic technologies for high-throughput single cell analysis and analyte detection
A bit about microfluidics.
At the core of what we do is microfluidics. Microfluidics relates to the design and study of devices in networks of channels with dimensions from tens to hundreds of micrometers. Working at such a small scale allows us to look at cells and particles, such as blood cells, in a new way. Our group focuses on microfluidic-enabled technologies to study single cells with high speed to better understand how they change in health and disease.
Biomedical Engineering Department
Wolfson Centre - University of Strathclyde 106 Rottenrow East Glasgow G4 0NW United Kingdom (Scotland)