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Journal Publications top Chen T.-H., Zhu X., Pan L., Zeng X., Garfinkel A., Tintut Y., Demer L. L., Zhao X., Ho C.M., “Directing Tissue Morphogenesis via Self-Assembly of Vascular Mesenchymal Cells,” Biomaterials, vol. 33, pp. 2019-2026, 2012. Chen T.-H., Guo C., … Continue reading
Dr. Peter B. Lillehoj is an assistant professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan State University. His laboratory is focused on developing new technologies to address current and emerging issues in global health, food/water safety and biosecurity. Specifically, … Continue reading
Dr. Hideaki Tsutsui is an assistant professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering at UC Riverside. His laboratory is focused on developing and characterizing new engineering methods to provide innovative solutions for health-related problems, especially in the area of stem … Continue reading
The Ho lab welcomes Jessica Wen and Elizabeth Chen for the summer! Jessica is an upcoming 4th year undergraduate student in Biomedical Engineering at UC Berkely and Elizabeth is an upcoming 1st year undergraduate student in MIMG (Microbiology, Immunology and … Continue reading
FSC for Optimization of Biofuel Production from Microalgae (Leyla Sabet, Gauvain Haulot)
Small molecule neurotoxin detection with electrochemical sensor (Leyla Sabet)
Gauvain Haulot has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled “Optoelectronic Reconfigurable Microchannels”. He will continue to work in the lab as a postdoctoral researcher.
UCLA researchers, including MSL members Dr. Hideaki Tsutsui and Prof. Chih-Ming Ho, developed a new chemically defined culture system for human embryonic stem (hES) cells. They successfully applied the Feedback System Control scheme to identify an optimal combination of small … Continue reading
Journal Publications top Wong T.-S., Chen T.-H., Shen X., and Ho C.M., “Nanochromatography Driven by the coffee Ring Effect,“ Analytical Chemistry, vol. 83, pp. 1871–1873, 2011. Valamehr, B., Tsutsui, H., Ho, C.M., and Wu, H., “Developing Defined Culture Systems for Human Pluripotent … Continue reading
Leyla Sabet has successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled “Biomolecular Sensing and Its Application in Feedback System Control: Optimization of Biofuel Production from Microalgae”. She will continue to work in the lab as a postdoctoral researcher.