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Lab Members

Prof. Catherine Klapperich
Students
. Collaborators

Content

Projects
Equipment
Protocols
Publications
Handbook

News

January 2008: Visual Protocols now Online at JOVE!

Contact Us

Department of Biomedical Engineering
44 Cummington Street
Boston, MA 02115

Student Office: ERB 725
Phone: (617) 358-0253
Fax: (617) 353-6766
Lab: ERB 720
Phone: (617) 358-3409
http://openwetware.org/wiki/Klapperich_Lab:Notebook


The Biomedical Microdevices and Microenvironments Laboratory (BMML) is focused on the design and engineering of manufacturable, disposable microfluidic systems for low-cost point-of-care molecular diagnostics. We are currently working on devices for the detection of infectious diarrhea, influenza and MRSA.

We are also studying the interactions between cells and synthetic microenvironments. Specifically, we are interested in building culture systems in vitro that mechanically mimic the physiological environment. These synthetic microenvironments are intended for use in diagnostics, high throughput drug screening, and to enable previously impossible basic science studies. Currently we have projects aimed at recapitulating the microenvironments of the breast, cochlea and neural tissue.

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