|David N. Breslauer|
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I no longer maintain this page, and no longer work in microfluidics. Many people seem to find it useful, so I am leaving it up. If you have questions, please direct them to members of the Lee Lab.
My research interests broadly encompass in vitro biological system reconstitution and biomimetic engineering, as well as biological/biomedical micro-instrumentation. Here are some of the research projects I am working on now, and have worked on in the past.
In addition, I maintain a list of research (mainly microfluidics) tips and tricks. I like to mess around in lab and try a lot of things, so maybe you will learn from my accumulated failures and avoid them yourself. Check out the list at: Learning from Failure.
I would also like to acknowledge the following sources for funding: NDSEG Graduate Fellowship (2008-Present), UC BREP GREAT Training Grant #2008-02 (2008-Present), DARPA MF3 Center N/MEMS Science & Technology Fundamentals Program (2007-2008), NIH Genomics Training Grant (2005-2007), and NSF Grant #EEC-0425914 (2005-2007).