Ali will present our collaborative optical cavity biosensor work and Zach will give a podium presentation regarding a molecular stamping technique at IMECE19!
Welcome to BMNS lab!
Zach will talk about our collaborative Enceladus Organic Analyzer project and Dr. Kim behalf of Ali will present a state-of-art biosensing platform for cardiac panel screenings at Basel, Switzerland.
Great works by combining capillary Microfluidics and impedance biosensors for biomarker screenings!
BMNS Lab at the U is hiring undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to work on developing organ chips, various biosensors, and integrated microfluidic systems. Please send a coverletter and CV to Dr. Kim (email@example.com).
EyeWorld News and Opinion Research Highlight Mircorengineering Ophthalmic Drug Testing – December 2018 Mechanical engineering associate professor Jungkyu (Jay) Kim‘s research while an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, microengineered human cornea-on-a-chip. This chip could speed the ophthalmic drug development process since it would allow for the […]
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah welcomed new faculty member, associate professor Jungkyu (Jay) Kim to their team of cutting-edge researchers.