Microfluidic device for improving cancer immunotherapy

Students will work closely with a graduate student on an independent project for building a microfluidic device for identifying T-cells for cancer immunotherapy. Students will work on culturing primary cells, building microfluidic device, and performing characterization experiments.

Lab: Sia Lab (Molecular and Microscale Bioengineering Laboratory)

Direct Supervisor: Samuel Sia

Position Dates: 6/1/2020 - 8/31/2020

Hours per Week: 35

Paid: Yes

Credit: Yes

Qualifications: Microfluidics and immunotherapy knowledge preferred, not required.

Eligibility: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior; (SEAS only)


Samuel Sia, [email protected]