Welcome to Our Lab
The Lab of Micro- and Nanotechnology for Diagnostics and Biology at Lehigh's University is estabilishe by prof. Xuanhong Cheng in January 2008. The lab is focused on developing new nano-materials and microfluidic platforms that can be used to analyze intact, live bioparticles, such as cells and pathogens at the point of need. These technologies are also expected to advance fundamental understanding of cell function and pathogen transmission.
In the Media
Professors Gilchrist, Snyder, Mittal, Tansu and Cheng awarded a NSF grant (08/15/10)
Welcome Caroline Multari to the group (08/11)
Chao's work on virus separation accepted by Biomicrofluidics.
Bu's work in collaboration with Gilchrsit lab on cell capture accepted by Langmuir.
Professors Bartoli, Jedlicka and Cheng awarded a NSF grant (09/01/10)
Welcome Chao Zhao to the group (08/10)
BDSI 2010 students Sherwood Benavides, Colleen Curley, Jonathan Cursi andMeaghan Phipps finished summer research from the Cheng/Gilchrists labs (07/31/10)
Dan Bechetti, Spencer Nelle and Makenzie Wolfe (undergraduate research assistants) graduated from LU (04/30/10)
Professor Cheng appointed as the P.C. Rossin Assistant professor ( 04/16/10)
Professors Cheng and Ou-yang awarded a Pennsylvania Department of Health grant (04/12/10)
BDSI 2009 students Colleen Curley, Jonathan Cursi andMeaghan Phipps finished summer research from the Cheng/Gilchrists labs (07/31/10)
Professors Cheng and Misiolek awarded a NIH R21 grant (06/01/09)
Professors Gilchrist and Cheng awarded a NSF-CBET grant (06/31/08)