The Gaborski NanoBio Device Lab is part of the new Microfluidics Group @ RIT. We conduct applied research at the interface of nanomaterials, biology and imaging. We predominantly work on biomedically inspired projects in three core areas.
We work with silicon-based membranes as thin as 5 nm for applications ranging from electron microscopy to portable hemodialysis.
We are building novel co-culture devices to study cell-cell interactions for applications ranging from stem cell differentiation for microarray drug assays.
We are working on low-cost rapid prototyping of microfluidic chanels and pumps for useful devices such as portable blood analyzers.
Please visit our Publications page for a list of recent journal articles