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College of Engineering and Computing

Biomedical Engineering

Bioinstrumentation / Bioimaging

Artificially-engineered Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles and Advanced Electronics/Magnetics BioinstrumentationTechnology for Nanomedicine

This project aims to develop new types of magnetic nanoparticles for a variety of clinical applications such as localized treatment of tumors, cancer diagnostics, drug delivery, and others. 

In-vitro and In-vivo Medical Feasibility Tests of Biocompatible Polymer Coated Mg Doped r-Fe2O3 Nanofluids for Preclinical and Clinical Hyperthermia Applications

This project, in collaboration project with Augusta university Hospital as well as the Georgia Cancer Research Center, aims to test the in-vivo and in-vitro biocompatibility of bio-polymer coated nanofluids.


This project focuses on the development of a label free dielectrophoresis (DEP) method for the separation and isolation of tumor cells and separation of molecules in microfluidics for the purpose of early cancer diagnostics.

Point-of-care Diagnostics for Resource-limited Settings

This project is focused on developing accessible, affordable, and easy-to-use point-of-care diagnostic technologies for use in resource-limited settings.

Nanostructure-based Tools for Fundamental Biochemical Studies

The goal of this project is to develop nanotechnology-enabled tools to elucidate biochemical processes, especially disease related.

Super Resolution Bioimaging and Multimodality Imaging Nanoscopy

This project focuses on the development of super resolution STED nanoscopy and multifunctional bioimaging technology based on fluorescence for cellular structure and function.

Velocimetry with Simultaneously Ultrahigh Spatial and Temporal Resolution for Biofluids

The project utilizes the novel technique of laser induced fluorescence photobleaching anemometry for the measurements of biofluids. 

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