Maryland MEMs and Microfluidics Laboratory

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The MEMS and Microfluidics Laboratory (MML) is an interdisciplanary group of researchers developing microscale technologies for applications in biology and the biomedical sciences. Research areas include scalable synthesis of nanomedicines, microfluidic diagnostics, high throughput biomarker analysis, and microscale platforms for probing lipid membranes and ion channels. MML researchers also develop silicon and piezoelectric MEMS technologies for medical robotics and beyond. Microfabrication is performed using dedicated facilities in the MML cleanroom, and in the UMD FabLab.

Location: 3126 Glenn L. Martin Hall, Building #088
Phone: 301-405-1023

Don DeVoe

Professor and Associate Chair
301-405-8125 | ddev@umd.edu
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