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Jalal Sadeghi

Jalal Sadeghi is a UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division of the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) at NIST. He received his Ph.D. in Photoniocs from Laser and Plasma Research Institute at Shahid Beheshti University in Iran. His Ph.D. focused mostly on design, fabrication, and integration of micro optical fiber sensors into microfluidic channels for in-channel measurements and single cell analysis. Jalal is working with Gregory Cooksey in the Biomedical Microtechnologies Group on highly sensitive optofluidic methods for ultralow flow measurements.

Selected Publications

  1. Microelectrophoretic single-cell measurements with microfluidic devices. Sibbitts, J.; Sadeghi, J.; Culbertson, CT.; Chapter: Methods in Enzymology Volume 628, 2019, Pages 223-241
  2. Out-of-Plane Integration of a Multimode Optical Fiber for Single Particle/Cell detection with Applications to Particle/Cell Counting, Velocimetry, Size Discrimination and the Analysis of Single Cell Lysate Injections, Sadeghi, J.; Patabadige, D. E. W.; Culbertson, A. H.; Latifi, H.; Culbertson, C. T., Lab on a Chip, 2017, 17, 145-155
  3. Integrating optical fiber bridges in microfluidic devices to create multiple excitation/detection points for single cell analysis. Patabadige, D. E. W.; Sadeghi, J.; Kalubowilage, M.; Bossmann, S. H.; Culbertson, A. H.; Latifi, H.; Culbertson, C. T., Analytical Chemistry, 2016, 88, 20, 9920-9925.
  4. A Label-Free, Infrared Opto-Fluidic Method for Real-Time Determination of Flow Rate and Concentration with Temperature Cross-Sensitivity Compensation. Sadeghi, J.; Baradaran Ghasemi, A. H.; Latifi, H., Lab on a Chip 2016, 16(20):3957-3968
Created February 20, 2020, Updated May 18, 2020