Dr. CHEN Chia-Hung Assist/Prof
– Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore
– Singapore Institute of Neurotechnology (SINAPSE)
– Biomedical Institute for Global Health Research & Technology (BIGHEART)
– PosDoc. Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
– Ph.D. 2010, Physics (Biological and Soft Systems), University of Cambridge, UK
– M.S. 2006, Applied Physics, Harvard University, USA
– B.S. 2004, Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
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Dr. Guo Song Research Fellow
Guo Song received his B.S degree in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and PhD degree in Material-Oriented Chemical Engineering in Nanjing Tech University China in 2009 and 2014, respectively.
His research interest includes production of inorganic particles with microstructure via polymerization induced phase separation and assembling compartmentalized microgels in microchannel.
Dr. Phan Dinh-Tuan Research Fellow
Dinh-Tuan received his Ph.D. in NTU, and his B.E. from HCMC University of Technology in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
His research focuses on the development of biosensors integrated microfluidic concentrator.
Dr. Wei Shi-Chung Research Fellow
Shih-Chung Wei received his PhD degree from Graduated Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics in National Taiwan University in 2015, and M.S degree from Institute of Biophotonics in National Yang-Ming University in 2009.
His research interest includes localized surface plasmon resonance, metal enhanced fluorescence, and nanobiosensors. His research now focus on integrating nanobiosensor and single cell microfluidic.
Dr. Kerwin Kwek Zeming Research Fellow
In collaboration with Prof. Joonyong Han
Kwek Zeming received his B. Eng degree in Bioengineering in National University of Singapore in 2009. His research interest includes medical pre-diagnosis technology in microfluidic systems in particular microfluidic bioparticle sorting and separating systems. The specific particle separation techniques of interest includes Deterministic Lateral Displacement, sheath flow techniques and surface charge-based sorting system. The research aims to develop shape sensitive sorting and enrichment methods for cells, bacteria and synthetic particles.
Dr. Smitha Thamarath Surendran Research Fellow
In collaboration with Prof. Joonyong Han
Smitha did her PhD graduate studies in Leiden University in Netherlands. Her research interests include enhancing the specificity and sensitivity of Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry (MRR).
Dr. Liu Yi Research Fellow
Liu Yi received his bachelor and master degrees in the department of pharmaceutical science in 2009 and 2011, respectively, in Peking University Health Science Center.
His research interests focus on the development of multicompartmental hydrogel systems by use of the microfluidic technology. These developed multicompartment hydrogel systems are aimed to the control of drug release and the killing of cancer cells and malignant bacterial.
Dr. Ren Ke Wei Research Fellow
Ren Kewei received his bachelor degrees in Jilin Agricultural University in 2009, and PhD degree in Department of Chemistry from Nanjing University in 2015.
His research interest includes gene synthesis and drug delivery integrated microfluidic and DNA reaction.
Dr. Gao Jianfeng Research Fellow
Gao Jianfeng graduated from Huazhong Agricultural University with a doctoral degree in June, 2014 and then pursued his post-doctoral training at Wuhan University School of Medicine from 2014 to 2016.
Dr. Gao has nearly ten years of experience in animal experiments. He is currently interested in establishment of mouse xenograft model and single cell microfluidic for tumor biopsy analysis.
Dr. Liu Jia Research Fellow
Liu Jia received her PhD degree from School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Nanjing University in 2017, and M. S degree from School of Chinese Materia Medica in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2013.
Her research interest focused on droplet barcoding for single-cell transcriptomic by single cell microfluidic.
Qiao Yingying Research Engineer
Qiao Yingying received her B.S degree in Engineering in Jilin University China in 2014.
Her research interest includes gas sensors based on silicon photonics and optical particle mass detection devices.