Our research group in University of Colorado Boulder centers on cutting-edge micro/nano systems for various applications in biomedicine, particularly in cell manipulation, cell membrane disruption and repair, intracellular delivery and subcellular delivery. Our platform will benefit various fields in fundamental cell studies, biochemistry, medical diagnosis, and therapeutics. We aim to 1) develop cutting-edge tools and technologies of intracellular delivery for hard-to-transfer cells such as immune cells, and subcellular drug delivery, such as organelles; 2) investigate cell membrane disruption and recovery under varies of stimulation; 3) explore cell mechanics and mechanical biomarkers; 4) develop micro/nano devices, instruments, and systems for human healthcare, point-of-care disease diagnostics, and medical therapeutics.
microfluidics, BioMEMS, intracellular delivery, cell membrane disruption and repair, cell mechanics, drug delivery for immunotherapy ad gene editing, electroporation, sonoporation, micro/nano system for intracellular delivery and subcellular delivery, micro/nano system for cell manipulation, cell sorting, cell separation, cell trapping
MCEN 3021 - Fluid Mechanics
Examines fundamentals of fluid flow with application to engineering problems. Topics covered include fluid statics and kinematics, Bernoulli equations, laminar and turbulent viscous boundary layers, laminar and turbulent pipe flow, and conservation equations for mass, momentum and energy. Same as CHEN 3200 and CVEN 3313.
MCEN 4085 - Mechanical Engineering Design Project 2
Second part of a two-course capstone design experience in mechanical engineering. Includes refinement of prototype, design optimization, fabrication, testing, and evaluation. Students orally present the final design and prepare a written report and operation manual for the product. GEEN-BS and GEEN-BSEPL students are not required to complete MCEN 4026.