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Matthew DiSalvo (Fed)

Matthew DiSalvo is a Johns Hopkins PREP Postdoctoral Researcher in the Microsystems and Nanotechnology Division. He received a B.S. in Biological Engineering from Cornell University, and a doctorate in Biomedical Engineering from UNC at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University. His doctoral research involved the automation of microraft array cell-sorting microdevices for stem cell processing. He also developed analytical techniques for gut-on-a-chip applications. Matt is working with Gregory Cooksey on developing optofluidic microfabricated cytometers.

Selected Publications

  • DiSalvo, M., Smiddy, N. M., & Allbritton, N. L. (2019). Automated sensing and splitting of stem cell colonies on microraft arrays. APL Bioengineering, 3(3), 036106. 
  • DiSalvo, M., Harris, D. M., Kantesaria, S., Peña, A. N., Allbritton-King, J. D., Cole, J. H., & Allbritton, N. L. (2018). Characterization of Tensioned PDMS Membranes for Imaging Cytometry on Microraft Arrays. Analytical Chemistry, 90(7), 4792–4800. 
  • Wang, Y., DiSalvo, M., Gunasekara, D. B., Dutton, J., Proctor, A., Lebhar, M. S., Williamson, I. A., Speer, J., Howard, R. L., Smiddy, N. M., Bultman, S. J., Sims, C. E., Magness, S. T., & Allbritton, N. L. (2017). Self-renewing Monolayer of Primary Colonic or Rectal Epithelial Cells. Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 4(1), 165-182.e7.

Publications

Matching and comparing objects in a serial cytometer

Author(s)
Nikita Podobedov, Matthew DiSalvo, Jason A. Hsu, Paul Patrone, Gregory A. Cooksey
Flow cytometers are indispensable for clinical studies, yet are hindered by inherent uncertainties. We have developed an optofluidic device capable of multiple
Created October 24, 2019, Updated September 7, 2022