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My current research focuses on tissue engineering and the application of robotic technologies and advanced manufacturing processes to create technology-based solutions to challenging problems in health care delivery.
Current projects include:
Biological patterning of hormones using inkjet printing to guide stem cell fates; implantable biodegradable electronics; and computer vision-based cell tracking. I also apply inkjet printing to digital fabrication of organic electronics such as gas chemical sensors.
To effectively carry out this research, I work with multidisciplinary teams from The School of Computer Science (Robotics), The College of Engineering, and The Mellon College of Sciences.
|Research Interest Keywords|
|medical robotics, MEMS, quality-of-life technology, rapid prototyping, tissue engineering|
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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