List of Microfluidics Research Groups - North America

North America

Country University / Institute Group Topic
Canada University of British Columbia Hansen Group microfluidics, lab-on-chip, biomedical
Canada University of British Columbia DMF Group Digital (droplet-based) microfluidics, microfluidics, lab-on-chip, optofluidics
Canada McMaster University Centre for Advanced Micro-Electro-Fluidics microfluidics, lab-on-chip, BioMEMS, EnergyMEMS, biomedical
Canada Université du Québec à Montréal Ricardo Izquierdo Group microfluidics, lab on chip, OLED, optofluidics, multi-sensor plattform
Canada McGill University David Juncker Nanobioengineering Group biomedical
Canada McGill University Maryam Tabrizian Biomat'x Group biomaterials, biomedical, lab-on-chip
Canada University of Waterloo Waterloo Microfluidics Lab - Carolyn Ren's Group

- Dongqing Li's group

microfluidics
Canada University of Guelph Bionanotechnology Laboratory- Suresh Neethirajan's group microfluidics, biofilms, lab-on-chip, Biomimetics, biosystems, bacterial chemotaxis
Canada University of Manitoba Immuno trafficking Lab- Francis Lin's group microfluidics, Immune cell trafficking, lab-on-chip, BioMEMS, biomedical
Canada University of Toronto Kumacheva Microfluidics Group microfluidics, polymer science, biological environments, gas/liquid
Canada University of Toronto Guenther Microfluidics Group microfluidics, On-chip Colloidal Synthesis, Biomedial
Canada University of Toronto Wheeler Lab-on-a-Chip Group droplet based (digital)
Canada Simon Fraser University Microinstrumentation Laboratory biomedical
Canada University of Alberta Prof. D.J. Harrison's Group proteomics, multiplexed systems
Canada University of Alberta Micro & Nano-Scale Transport Laboratory (MNTL) LOC, Bio-MEMS, Energy Application
Canada University of Calgary Biosystems Research and Applications Group (BRAG) LOC, Bio-MEMS, Surface Microfluidics, multiplexed bio-diagnostics
Canada University of Waterloo Advanced Micro- / Nano- Devices Lab biomedical
Canada University of Toronto Sinton Lab biomedical micro/nano-fluidics, optofluidics, sustainable energy, micro fuel cells
Canada Ryerson University Laboratory of Fields, Flows, and Interfaces (LoFFI) Microfluidics, magnetophoresis, electrohydrodynamics, particle self-assembly, coating flows
Canada Laval University Greener Micro/Nano Laboratory in situ probes, bio-MEMS, sustainable energy
Canada Université de Sherbrooke Microengineering Laboratory for MEMS (MICROS, Fréchette Group) Microscale thermo-fluidics, Power MEMS (microturbines, micro fuel cells), micro-cooling
Canada University of Quebec Zourob Lab,Biosensor,BioMEMS, Bioengineering Group biosensor,POC diagnostic devices,LOC
Canada University of Ottawa Godin Lab Nano- and Micro-fluidics, Biosensors, Biomedical, Lab-on-a-Chip
United States Arizona State University Dr. Alexandra Ros' Bioanalytical Microfluidics Group Microfluidics, Lab-on-a-Chip, Bioanalytical, Nanotechnology, Cells, DNA, Proteins.
United States University of Texas at El Paso XiuJun James Li Microfluidic Bioanalysis Group Microfluidics, lab-on-chip, Bioanalysis, Nanotechnology, Cellular analysis, Biomedical, Forensics.
United States Auburn University J.W. Hong's Microfluidics Group Microfluidics, lab-on-chip, biomedical
United States University at Buffalo, The State University of New York SMALL (Sensors and MicroActuators Learning Lab) - Kwang W. Oh's Group Droplet-based microfluidics, microfluidic-networks, combinatorial dilution
United States University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Computational Fluid Dynamics & Device Simulation - Edward Furlani's Group Microfluidics, Nanofluidics, Magnetophoresis, Optofluidics, Multiphase Analysis, Inkjet Systems
United States University of Southern California Biomedical Microsystems Laboratory Biological Interfaces, Biomedical Devices, Microfluidics, Sensor Technology
United States New Jersey Institute of Technology Tissue Models Laboratory Models of Biological Tissues. Hybrid microfluidics. Cellular and molecular communications. Microfluidics, BioMEMS, Lab on a Chip.
United States The University of Virginia Prof. James P. Landers, Bioanalytical microchip laboratory Integrated bioanalytical devices for clinical and forensic applications. Microfluidic separations, rapid non-contact PCR, acoustic cell handling, visual DNA detection, rapid device fabrication
United States Georgia Institute of Technology Lu Microfluidics Laboratory BioMEMS, Microfluidics, Neuroscience, Cell biology, and Biotechnology
United States Georgia Institute of Technology Complex Fluids Modeling and Simulation Group Microfluidic separation, Bio-inspired microfluidic design, Nanofluidics, Complex fluids, Mechanics of soft matter
United States Old Dominion University Bio-Microfluidics Laboratory Microfluidics, Electrokinetic flows, Nanoscale transport
United States Princeton University Complex Fluids Group Microfluidics, Thin fluid films, Hemodynamics, Biochemical analysis
United States Sandia National Laboratories Laboratory of Biosystems Research and Development Bioanalytical, Biofuels, Biodefense and Microfluidics Diagnostics
United States Purdue University Purdue University Microfluidics Laboratory MEMS, BioMEMS, Nanotechnology and Microfluidics Diagnostics
United States Indiana University, Bloomington Jacobson Group Micro and nanofluidics
United States University of Florida IMG: BioMEMS and Microfluidics Laboratory valves, detection, 2D electrophoresis, Lab-on-Chip integration
United States University of Maryland, College Park Maryland MEMS & Microfluidics Lab BioMEMS & Bioanalytical Microfluidic Devices
United States University of Washington Posner Research Group biochemical separations, sensors, biophysics, colloidal science, nanomotors, fuel cells
United States Brandeis University Brandeis Microfluidics Fabrication Facility protein crystallography, two phase transition studies
United States Boston University Department of Biomedical Engineering Fraunhofer Center for Manufacturing Innovation Biochemical assays, New generation PCR, Diagnostics
United States California Institute of Technology Jim Heath Lab BioMEMS, Microfluidics, etc.
United States California Institute of Technology The Rustem Ismagilov Research Group plug based microfluidics, dynamics of complex chemistry and biology systems, diagnosis and assays
United States Carnegie Mellon University Micro-Complex Laboratory Microfluidics, Flow-Focusing, Surfactant Transport, etc.
United States Columbia University Biofluidic Micro Systems Laboratory BioMEMS, Microfluidics, etc.
United States Columbia University Laboratory for Microscale Transport Phenomena microfluidics, micro drops and bubbles, optofluidics
United States Columbia University Molecular and Microscale Bioengineering Lab Microfluidics, Point of Care Diagnostics, Tissue Engineering
United States Washington State University Vancouver Xu's Micro/Nanofluidics Group micro/nanofluidics, Lab on a Chip
United States Cornell University Bioanalytical Microsystems & Biosensors Lab biosensors
United States Cornell University Craighead Research Group analytical devices, micromachining
United States Cornell University Erickson Research Group Optofluidics, nanofluidic sensors, autonomous microfluific systems
United States Cornell University Kirby Research Group micro/nanofluidic transport, Lab-on-a-Chip, BioMEMS, cellular analysis, interfacial science
United States Great Lakes WATER Institute Biological Sciences microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip
United States Lehigh University Laboratory for Particle Mixing and Self-Organization (Gilchrist Laboratory) micro/nanoscale transport and assembly, suspensions, chaotic mixing, segregation, rheology, convective deposition, dielectrophoresis
United States Michigan Technological University Medical Micro-device Engineering Research Lab, Minerick Lab electrokinetics, Lab-on-a-Chip, dielectrophoresis, pH gradients, electrocatalysis
United States North Carolina State University Orlin Velev Research Group Janus particles, biosensors
United States Rice University McDevitt Lab analysis of complex fluids
United States Stanford University Stanford Microfluidics Laboratory detection, separation, preconcentration, electroosmotic pumps, fuel cells
United States Stanford University Stephen Quake's Group Microfluidic Large Scale Integration
United States University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Kenis Research Group Microfluidics, Microreactors, Fuel Cells
United States University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Martha Gillette Research Lab NeuroEngineering: Microfluidics applied to neuronal development and emergent behaviors of cell clusters
United States University of Cincinnati MicroSystems and BioMEMS Lab clinical diagnosis
United States The Scripps Research Institute Paegel Group compartmentalized evolution, rational GUV synthesis
United States Texas Tech University Vanapalli Research Group lab-on-chip, biological and chemical applications
United States Texas Tech University J.Kim Research Group Microactuator, On-chip immunoassay, point-of-care diagnostics, Genetic analysis, Chemical analyzer, CNT biosensor, CMOS biosensor
United States University of California, Berkeley Mathies Research Group DNA sequencing
United States University of California, Berkeley Luke Lee BioPOETS Group soft lithography, plasmonics
United States University of California, Berkeley Amy Herr Group capillary electrophoresis
United States University of California Berkeley Lydia Sohn Group Label-free cytometry, Resistive-pulse sensing, Point-of-care diagnostics, Rare cell isolation and analysis
United States University of California, Irvine Abraham P. Lee BioMiNT Group Digital/Droplet microfluidics, microfluidic pumps, sensors
United States University of California, Irvine Marc Madou BioMEMs Group Centrifugal Fluidics, Dielectrophoresis, Micromixing, Electroactive polymers, Biosensors, Electrochemistry
United States University of Kansas Sue Lunte Laboratory Microfluidics, Neuroscience, single cell analysis, separation, electrochemistry, biosensors
United States University of Kansas Zeng Research Laboratory Microfluidics, Single cell analysis, Genetic analysis, Glycoproteomics and glycomics, Self-assembly of nanomaterials
United States Stony Brook University Microfluidics and Interfacial Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Interfacial Fluid Dynamics - micro-fabrication techniques, small-scale transport processes, multiphase flows, wetting dynamics, miscible flows, instabilities, and the rheology of complex fluids
United States University of California, Los Angeles Di Carlo Microfluidic Research Group Inertial microfluidics
United States University of California, Santa Barbara Pennathur Nanolab - Nanoscale Device Laboratory microfluidics, nanofluidics, nanoparticle characterization, DNA, MEMS
United States University of California, Santa Barbara Squires Research Group nonlinear electrokinetics, microrheology
United States University of Arizona Biosensors Lab biosensors and diagnostics
United States University of Arizona Microfluidics Lab microfluidics, plant-on-a-chip, bio/chemical/medical applications
United States Penn State The Penn State BioNEMS Group science of microfluidics (physics)
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sangeeta Bhatia Group Applications of micro- and nanotechnology to tissue repair and regeneration
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jose Gomez-Marquez Group Medical technology for the developing world
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jongyoon Han Group Micro/nanofluidics, nanofluidic biomolecule separation and detection and nanostructure-biomolecule interactions
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hatsopoulos Microfluids Laboratory dynamics of fluids with microstructure, microfluidics, complex fluids, non-Newtonian fluid mechanics
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Klavs Jensen Group Micro- and nano-structured materials and devices for chemical, biological, optical, electronic and energy applications
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ali Khademhosseini Group Microscale and nanoscale technologies with the ultimate goal of generating tissue-engineered organs and controlling cell behavior
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Scott Manalis Group Quantitative and real-time techniques for biomolecular detection and single cell analysis
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joel Voldman Group Microfluidics applied to fundamental and applied problems in cell biology, with a focus on cell sorting and stem cell biology
United States Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mehmet Fatih Yanik Group Development and applications of high-throughput technologies for probing and engineering neural processes
United States Harvard University The George M. Whitesides Research Group soft lithography, organic chemistry
United States Harvard University The David A. Weitz Research Group colloid physics, capillary microfluidics, soft lithography, encapsulation & delivery, biology in microfluidics
United States Iowa State University Nastaran Hashemi Group Microfluidics, biosensors, optofluidics, lab-on-a-chip, diagnostics and therapeutics
United States Stanford University The Quake Research Group valves, multiplexing
United States UCLA UCLA Microsystems Laboratories valves, detection
United States University of Michigan Burns Research Group microreaction systems, microseparations, chemical and biochemical analysis
United States University of South Florida BioMEMS and Microsystems Research Group valves, detection
United States University of Washington Daniel Chiu Group Chemistry of neurobiology
United States University of Utah Utah Center of Excellence for Biomedical Microfluidics BioMEMS, Field flow fractionation
United States University of Washington Albert Folch Group Neuro-MEMS
United States University of Washington Paul Yager Group point-of-care diagnostics
United States Northeastern University Shashi Murthy Group Lab on a Chip diagnostics, cell isolation for regenerative medicine
United States Northwestern University Sandip Ghosal Group mathematical modeling of microfluidic flows and transport processes
United States Vanderbilt University John Wikswo Group molecular signaling, cellular motility, angiogenesis, and metastasis
United States Virginia Tech Chang Lu group Electroporation, single cell analysis, gene delivery, epigenetics
United States West Virginia University Yuxin Liu group Microfluidics, Tissue Chip, Cell Chip, Biosensor
United States Rutgers University Jeffrey Zahn BioMEMS Laboratory Microfluidic biosensors, cell separation devices, DNA purification, microcatheters
United States Rutgers University Martin Yarmush Group Living cell arrays, Brain-on-a-chip, Allergy-on-a Chip, Cell separation; Microdevices for single cell analysis
United States Rutgers University Laboratory of Experimental Fluids and Thermal Engineering Microfluidics, Micro PIV, Electroosmotic pumps
United States Clemson University Xuan Group Microfluidic and nanofluidic transport phenomena, electrokinetic particle manipulations
United States University of Washington, Seattle Amy Shen Group/ Soft Matter and Microfluidics Research Laboratory Microfluidics, Biosensors, Soft Matter
United States Louisiana Tech University Niel Crews Group Real-time microfluidic PCR, DNA damage detection, Rapid prototyping, Biosensing, BioMEMS based differential scanning calorimetry, Portable PCR devices
United States Rochester Institute of Technology Lapizco-Encinas Group /
Microscale Bioseparation Laboratory

Microscale electrokinetics and microfluidics, focus on insulator-based dielectrophoresis.
United States University of Wisconsin-Madison Micro and Nano Fluidics Research Group

Nanostructured surfaces, physics of liquid-solid interfaces, and micro and nano-fluidics.
United States George Mason University Nitin Agrawal Group Lab on a chip, single cell analysis, diagnostic devices.

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