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The Micro-Biomedical Laboratory focuses on the development and application of micro-scaled devices based on MEMS and microfluidic technology for biology, medicine, and biotechnology. Major research topics is i) cell mechanics and mechanobiology, ii) single cell analysis and antibiotic resistance, and iii) microcarrier for biopharmaceutics and cell therapy.



Selected Publications

pnasK. Park, L. Millet, N. Kim, H. Li, X. Jin, G. Popescu, N. Aluru, K.J. Hsia, and R. Bashir, "Measurement of adherent cell mass and growth", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(48), 20691, 2010 (Impact factor=9.77, http://bit.ly/VsOkAg).





Biobot V. Chan, K. Park, M. B. Collens, H. Kong, T. A. Saif, and R. Bashir, "Development of miniaturized walking biological machines", Scientific Reports published by Nature Publishing Group, 2, 2012 (http://bit.ly/Z29njS).




locK. Park, J. Jang, D. Irimia, J. Sturgis, J. Lee, J. P. Robinson, M. Toner, and R. Bashir, "Living cantilever arrays for characterization of mass of single live cells in fluids", Lab on a Chip, 8, 1034, 2008 (cover article, Impact factor=6.48, http://bit.ly/Z2bLXT).







smallL. J. Millet, E. A. Corbin, R. Free, K. Park, H. J. Kong, W. P. King, and R. Bashir, "Mass measurement of patterned hydrogels with MEMS mass sensors", Small, 8, 2562, 2012 (Inside front cover, impact factor=7.33, http://bit.ly/120Xqut).






JMEMS K. Park, N. Kim, D.T. Morisette, N. Aluru, and R. Bashir, "Resonant MEMS mass sensors for measurement of micro-droplet evaporation", Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 21, 702, 2012 ( Impact factor=2.16, http://bit.ly/SJsmuj).






Kidong Park, Ph.D., Micro-Biomedical Laboratory

Division of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA