Di Carlo Lab alum and current CSO of Vortex Biosciences wins the prestigious SLAS 2017 Innovation Award !
Congrats to Elodie and all past and present contributors to the Vortex technology!
Harsha successfully completes his PhD defense presentation!
Janay successfully completes her PhD defense presentation!
Di Carlo Lab members attend the IEEE Micro and Nanotechnology in Medicine conference on the Big Island of Hawaii (Co-chaired by Prof. Di Carlo).
Soroush's and Hamed's paper on particle spacing in inertial flows is featured as a Focus of Fluids highlight!
Professor Di Carlo is awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers!
Andy's paper on inducing calcium influx via nanomagnetic forces is published in ACS Nano!
Dr. Dino Di Carlo receives Outstanding Young Investigator Award from Materials Research Society.
Soroush and Hamed's work on particle spacing in inertial flows is published in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics.
James's paper on large CTC capture using Vortex technology is published in Oncotarget!
Manjima's paper on high efficiency CTC trapping is published in Biomicrofluidics!
Professor Di Carlo is awarded the 2015 Pioneers of Miniaturization Lectureship, sponsored by Lab on a Chip and Corning Incorporated and supported by the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society.
Harsha and Westbrook give podium presentations at MicroTAS 2015 in Gyeongju, Korea! Janay, James, and Ivan present posters.
Jerry Wu's paper on software-aided design and fabrication of micro-scaled complex particles is published in Advanced Materials!
Congrats to Dr. James Che on earning his PhD and starting at Vortex Biosciences!
Congrats to Dr. Coleman Murray on earning his PhD!
Westbrook’s collaborative work with Prof. Tatiana Segura and post-doctoral scholar Don Griffin on microporous annealed particle (MAP) gels for accelerated wound healing is published in Nature Materials!
Tempo Theraapeutics recently spun out to commercialize the technology.
Our collaborative work with former post-doc and current faculty at RPI Dr. Aram Chung is published in Nature Communications!
Manjima presents at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia!
Dr. Di Carlo is admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC)!
Anja’s paper on engineering cortical neuron polarity is published in ACS Nano!
Peter’s paper on flexible and stretchable micromagnet arrays is published in Advanced Materials!
Our collaborative work on inertial flow transformations using micro pillar sequences, led by Baskar Ganapathysubramanian’s group is published in Lab on a chip! Link.
The work made use of our uFlow software
developed by Keegan
uFlow Download Page
Westbrook, Keegan, Donghyuk, Jerry, James, Ivan and Professor Di Carlo present at MicroTAS 2014 in San Antonio, Oct. 26-30
Professor Di Carlo is selected to receive the Young Innovator Award given by the journal
Analytical Chemistry and the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society!
Our updated review on Inertial Microfluidics is available online.
CytoVale, commercializing deformability cytometry technology from the lab, raises Series
A funding and is looking to hire.
Patrick, Aram, and Westbrook’s paper on sugar additives in droplet microfluidics
published in Langmuir!
Our collaborative work on creating complex shaped fibers, led by Howard Stone’s group
is published in Advanced Materials! The work made use of our uFlow software
developed by Keegan
uFlow Download Page
Aram’s work on focusing particles is used in a microfluidic flow cytometer – see
collaborative paper published in Small led by Eric Chiou’s group.
Ivan’s paper in collaboration with Aydogan Ozcan’s group is published in Scientific
Our review on single-cell analysis led by Westbrook is published in Current Opinion in
Peter’s paper on patterning stiffness at a subcellular level published in Advanced Materials.
Jaideep and Derek’s paper on fast fluid exchange around cells published in Analytical Chemistry. Link
Deformability Cytometry selected for JALA Ten: Top ten technology of 2012, "Highlighting significant breakthorughs acorss the intersection of automation, diagnostics, therapeutics, imaging, manufacturing, and beyond." Link to article. UCLA News Link.
Albert & Dunni's review paper: "Microfluidic sample preparation for diagnostic cytopathology" published in Lab on a Chip. Link to article
Aram's paper:"Three dimensional, sheathless, and high-throughput microparticle inertial focusing through geometry-induced secondary flows" published in Small. Link to article
The award was created by NIH to “support unusually creative new investigators with highly innovative research ideas at an early stage of their career… The emphasis is on innovation and creativity; and projects that if successful, have potential for significant impact on an important biomedical or behavioral research problem.”
Major website update – check out the updated Research Section.
Professor Di Carlo awarded the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation Translational Research Award!