URAP

Alice Mo

Microfluidic Sensor for Monitoring Health Systems

Current methods of disease detection and diagnostics offer certain features, such as point-of-care and high sensitivity. However, they are often expensive, not customizable, or inconvenient. The premise of the project is that we can create highly sensitive customizable microfluidic sensor arrays for mass production, by identifying electrochemical signal variation based on the fluid’s composition. With microfabrication technologies and theoretical models, we can produce a device to effectively detect multiple and specific biomarkers for monitoring health.

Message to Sponsor

Thank you donors for your contribution! I appreciate you for giving me the opportunity to continue research, and allowing me to gain experience in bioengineering so that we can create life-saving technology.
  • Major: Bioengineering
  • Mentor: Waqas Khalid, Physics