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Projects/Programs

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Advanced Magnetic Imaging

Ongoing
The scope of MRI is expanding with the development of both ultra-high field (14 T) and ultra-low field (0.1 mT) scanners not only for biomedical applications

Advanced Materials Metrology

Ongoing
In this project we measure the fundamental electrical properties of materials from bulk to nanoscale from 1 MHz to 0.3 THz. Understanding the interaction of

Bioimaging

Ongoing
Our goal is to develop methods and materials for imaging-based characterization of molecular signatures that occur during cellular proliferation

Biomanufacturing Initiative

Ongoing
Protein drugs are the top selling pharmaceuticals worldwide, a hundred billion dollar industry, but also the fastest growing category of health care costs. The

Biomaterials for Oral Health

Ongoing
Our goal is to enable the development and manufacturing of biomaterials for oral health moving forward in 21st century by providing critical measurement methods

Cardiac Device Reliability

Ongoing
The growing sophistication of electronic medical devices results in two broad benefits for both individuals and society: improved survivability in the face of

Cell Counting for Cell Therapies

Ongoing
Cell counting (or cell enumeration) is one of the most fundamental measurements in biotechnology, from biomanufacturing to medical diagnosis to advanced therapy

Cell Line Authentication

Ongoing
Cells derived from different organisms and tissues have been established and are used in bioresearch and for the production of complex biological products. The

Combating Antibiotic Resistance

Ongoing
A Paradigm Shift in Addressing Antimicrobial Resistance: Measuring the Transition Between Antibiotic Susceptibility and Resistance With the exception of our own

Comparative Serum Proteomics Project

Ongoing
Initially the Comparative Mammalian Proteome Aggregator Resource (CoMPARe) Program will generate proteomic data from sera from 25 different species that