Chemical Sensing and Drug Delivery
Sep. 2021: Our paper on ion sensing in droplet microfluidics is accepted in Analytical Chemistry. We used laser-induced fluorescence to detect electrolytes in << 1 microliter of undiluted whole blood. Congratulations to Renjie and the team!
Sep. 2021: Our paper on 3D-printed nitric oxide-releasing polymer devices is accepted in ACS Applied Bio Materials. We fabricated a drug-loaded silicone tube with a drug-free coating in one printing step. Congratulations to Wuwei and collaborators!
Sep. 2021: Our paper on fabric-based optical sensors is accepted in Analyst. We printed pH and electrolyte sensors on Nike Dri-FIT clothing. Congratulations to Brock and the team!
May 2021: Our undergraduate student, Yazan Mawaldi, receives the Altria Undergraduate Summer Fellowship. Congratulations!
Jan. 2021: Welcome our new graduate student: Nafeisha Adili.
Nov. 2020: Our invited review on ion sensing in microfluidics is accepted in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. Congratulations to Renjie! https://doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.2020.129171
Mar. 2020: We receives a research grant from the Orphan Disease Center. We will work on low-cost chemical sensors for disease management.
Feb. 2020: Dr. Renjie Wang joins our group as a postdoctoral fellow.
Dec. 2019: Welcome our graduate students: Wuwei Li, Brock Brady, and Nasrin Ghanbari Ghalehjoughi.
Aug. 2019: Our first extramural research grant is awarded by JDRF. We will develop a nitric oxide release strategy to improve the performance of implantable cannulas and sensors.
Aug. 2019: Dr. Xuewei Wang starts his research group at VCU.