Welcome to the IMS
Laboratory at Michigan State University!
Our group is focused on developing new technologies to
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
July 23 & 31, 2014
Evelynne and Eric presented their work at the RET poster session and Mid-SURE Symposium, respectively (see Photos).
June 16, 2014
We welcome Evelynne Pine, who will be working in our lab this summer under the NSF funded Research Experiences for Teachers (RET) program.
June 11, 2014
Xiyuan's review article titled 'Smartphones for cell and biomolecular detection' has been published in Annals of Biomedical Engineering.
June 2, 2014
Prof. Lillehoj's guest edited JALA
issue is featured in SLAS's Electronic Laboratory
Neighborhood e-zine: Global Health: Putting Passion to Work with Novel Point-of-Care Diagnostics
May 19, 2014
We welcome Eric Miller, who will be working in our lab this summer under MSU's EnSURE program!
May 16, 2014
Prof. Lillehoj gave two invited talks at IEEE NEMS 2014.
April 13-16, 2014
JALA's special issue on New Developments in Global Health Technologies, guest edited by Prof. Lillehoj, has been published.
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