Research Interests: microfluidics and point-of-care diagnostics.Job Interests: industry R&D
B.S., Engineering and System Science (2008)
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Exchange Student, Electrical Engineering (2005)
Major in Microelectromechanical Systems
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
PhD, Bioengineering, UC Berkeley (expected 2014)
Hometown: Taichung City, Taiwan
Charlie's main research interest is developing microfluidic platforms for point-of-care diagnostics. Besides research, he enjoys to cycle, play soccer and tennis, and dance ballroom.
Digital Plasma Separation for One-Step Quantitative Nucleic Acid Detection [BPN679]
We propose a one-step diagnostic device using isothermal nucleic acid detection to detect infectious diseases.