Welcome to the IMS
Laboratory at Michigan State University!
Our group is focused on developing new technologies
current and emerging grand challenges
facing our society in the 21st
including global healthcare, food and water safety, biosecurity, and
sustainable energy. Our goal to create
systems and platforms that are portable,
easy to use and provide enhanced functionality over conventional
technologies. To achieve this, our
research is very multidisciplinary,
involving the utilization and
of multiple technological platforms including
systems (MEMS), microfluidics, biosensors, nanotechnology, molecular
biology, surface chemistry and electronics.
members in Fall 2014
March 2, 2015
Xiyuan's paper titled 'Electrochemical Detection in Stacked Paper Networks' has been published online in JALA.
January 15, 2015
Prof. Lillehoj and his colleagues have been awarded a NIH R01 grant to develop mobile
phone-based biosensors for rapid diagnosis of cerebral malaria.
October 8, 2014
Prof. Lillehoj gives an invited seminar at the College of Medicine, SRM University in Chennai, India (see Photos).
September 29, 2014
Tung-yi and Xiyuan have passed the Qualifying Exam! Congrats!!
September 1, 2014
welcome 2 new
undergraduate students (Matt Schweiger & Alex Morford) to our
July 23 & 31, 2014
and Eric presented their work at the RET poster session and Mid-SURE
Symposium, respectively (see Photos).
June 16, 2014
welcome Evelynne Pine, who will be working in our lab this summer under
the NSF funded Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) program.
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