Separation of bacteria clusters using deterministic lateral displacement.
My name is Elham Akbari, and I am a Ph.D. student in biophysics at Lund University, department of physics, in the Tegenfeldt research group. My Ph.D. project is about the separation of bacteria clusters of group A streptococci based on their physical properties by microfluidic channels and deterministic lateral displacement method. During my master's at the Amirkabir University of Technology, I worked on the fabrication of a hydrogel-based drug delivery system for the sustained release of hyaluronic acid.
Experimental Biophysics (Graduate level course)
Physics Laboratories (for Undergraduate students)
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SEPARATION OF CLUSTERS OF GROUP A STREPTOCOCCI USING DETERMINISTIC LATERAL DISPLACEMENTElham Akbari, Jason P. Beech, Pontus Nordenfelt, Jonas Tegenfeldt
(2021) MicroTAS 2021 - 25th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences , p.1201-1202