Smaller, faster, smarter, further. IBBME’s biomedical engineers explore new ways to achieve real world applications and global impact.
Global, low cost solutions for disease detection. Research breakthroughs using microfluidics platforms. DNA-based cancer detection and drug delivery systems. Optical imaging systems for epilepsy and stroke research. By exploiting the potential of microfluidics, nanotechnology and new imaging systems, IBBME researchers invest in a world of possibilities for the future of health care.
Fluorsecent, chemical and scanning probe microscopy
In situ brain imaging nanostructures
Nano- and micro-electrical-mechanical systems
Cellular systems modelling
Faculty in this research field include:
Hai-Ling Margaret Cheng
Kristina M. McConville
Visit the faculty profiles for detailed information on IBBME’s researchers.