By precisely controlling the flow rate in the microchannels, the cells' trajectories can be manipulated by the balance of inertial hydrodynamic forces
DATE: FEBRUARY 2022
Griffith University | Queensland Micro and Nanotechnology Centre
Jun Zhang, ARC DECRA Fellow
My research is highly interdisciplinary, aiming not only at exploring and elucidating the fundamental physics that could expand the boundary of current knowledge but also at addressing real-life challenges in biomedicine by developing cutting edge microtechnology. My current project on developing innovative hybrid inertial microfluidic technology for diagnosis of cancer diseases has been funded AUD$ 420K by Australia Research Council (Project No. DE210100692). The project is expected to establish the fundamental theory underpinning the development of advanced separation technology. This disruptive technology is expected to enable the unique, high-performance and high-throughput separation of cells. The precise control of flow rates is one of the most important elements of the technology, and different sets of syringes are needed in our testing for various processing volumes of samples.
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