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John Waldeisen, Ph.D. 2012

Advisor: Prof. Lee
Research Interests: Microfluidics, Blood, Infectious Diseases, Point-of-Care Molecular Diagnostics, Colorimetric Detection Schemes, Plasmonics, Nanoparticle Synthesis, Bionanotechnology, Real-time PCR, Sepsis, Nanoassembly
Job Interests: Industry R&D

BIOGRAPHY
Ph.D. Bioengineering, 2012
NSF Graduate Research Fellow
UC Berkeley/UCSF

B.S. Engineering Science and Mechanics, 2007
Summa Cum Laude, Schreyer Honors College Scholar
The Pennsylvania State University

Numerical Simulation of Degas-driven Flow in Microfluidic Devices [BPN633]
This project develops a MATLAB model to aid systematic design and investigation of the numerous parameters that govern
flow velocity and device loading time in degas-driven fluid flow.


 

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