About us

Our primary research interest is in microfluidics and biosensors for cell biology and  medicine. Microfluidics provides a useful platform to interface with biological systems, where engineering and materials science approaches can be integrated for replicating the microenvironment of cells while quantitating how they exert and respond to physical forces and biochemical stimuli. We develop microfluidic chips and biosensors to study these processes, and apply them for both fundamental biological and applied clinical researches.