Dr David W. Inglis
Dr Inglis received a B.Sc. in Engineering Physics from The University of Alberta in 2001 and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 2007. He was an Australian Postdoctoral Fellow in the Physics Department of Macquarie University from 2008 to 2011. He is now a Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering at Macquarie University. Dr Inglis research interests lie in microfabrication for medicine and biology. He is well known for work on deterministic lateral displacement separations and has published more than 30 research articles and patents that have been cited more than 2000 times.
Dr Lianmei Jiang
Dr Jiang is currently a research fellow at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) under the supervision of Professor Jim Piper and Professor Nicki Packer at Macquarie University. She received her PhD degree from École Normale Supérieure de Paris (ENS-Paris) in 2013. Prior to moving to Sydney in 2015, Dr Jiang was an industry-academic joint researcher at bioMérieux and ESPCI ParisTech in France. Her project focused on the development of the droplet-based microfluidic system for both fundamental and applied research in microbial diagnostics. Her skill-set includes the design, fabrication, integration and implementation of microfluidic devices for cell culture, manipulation and analysis at the single-cell level. Her current research interests involve single-cell droplet microfluidics, microdroplet based nano/microparticle functionalization, and miniaturized sensing devices for biomarker detection.
Dr Mohsen Asadnia
Dr Mohsen Asadnia is a lecturer, ARC DECRA fellow and group leader at the School of Engineering, Macquarie University. He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU)-Singapore and undertook his postdoctoral training at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (SMART centre) and the University of Western Australia (UWA). His research interest is
1) MEMS/ NEMS bio-inspired sensory systems: flow/pressure/tactile sensors, artificial hair cells of the vertebrate inner ear
2) Chemical sensors: water contamination detection, explosive gas detectors
3) Microfluidic devices: cell sorting, particle separation 3D printing: Micro-mixers, sensors
Dr Ming Li
Dr Ming Li is a lecturer in the School of Engineering at Macquarie University, Australia. She completed her PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wollongong in 2013. She was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Houston, USA (2013-2014); and at the Department of Bioengineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, USA (2014-2017). Her research interests include microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, plasmonics and MEMS.
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Mr Bhuwan Ghimire
Currently a higher degree research student working on his Masters of Research in Science at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) at Macquarie University. He obtained his Bachelor's degree from the US. Currently, he is working on nanomaterials based isolation of CTC cells in microfluidic devices via immunoaffinity capture.
Mr Hangrui Liu
Henry embarked his PhD at CNBP of Macquarie University (MQ) from June 2018. His expertise includes DNA sequencing related techniques and genomics analysis. In his project, he will concentrate on 1) isolation and detection exosomes via microfluidics; 2) and the analysis of exosomes secreted by single cells via microfluidics. This project is expected to contribute insights into the cancer research along with the current omics studies.
Mr Mohammadamin Raoufi
Mr Raoufi has a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Shahrood University and a Master degree in Energy Conversion from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. He is interested in the field of cardiovascular diseases and Nano/Micro technology. Currently, he is working on the mechanism of particle/cell focusing within non-Newtonian fluids using microfluidic systems, mimicking the condition of blood flow within arteries.
Mr Mohammadkazem Papan
Currently a PhD candidate in School of Engineering at Macquarie University, and recipient of the International Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (2018). He is currently working under the supervision of Dr Asadnia (MQ), distinguished Prof. Ian Paulsen (MQ), and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) scientists for his PhD project. His research interests lie in developing electronic petri dish for point of care monitoring and rapid diagnosis of bacterial infection.
Mr Shilun Feng
Shilun Feng has completed his master’s degree from Department of Micro and Nano Systems Technology (IMST), Buskerud and Vestfold University College (HBV), Tønsberg, Norway in Biomedical Microelectromechanical systems (Bio-MEMS). He is currently pursuing his PhD in Biomedical Engineering, focusing on microfabrication, biomedical microﬂuidics and 3D printing in the School of Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Macquarie University, Australia.
Ms Zinat Changani
Ms Zinat has obtained Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Tehran University-Iran and Master of Science degree in Plant Physiology from the University of Isfahan. She has experience of enzyme immobilization, membrane processes, manufacturing of nanocomposite membrane, nanoparticles synthesis and, plant and microalgae culturing. Her PhD research focuses on pumpless microfluidic nano-biosensor and nanocomposite membrane.