Shashi K. Murthy, Ph.D.
Phone: +1 (617) 373-4017

The Biological Surface Engineering and Microfluidics Laboratory at Northeastern University headed by Prof. Shashi Murthy was established in January 2006.

The primary focus of our research is the design of microfluidic devices for applications in medicine and molecular analysis. These devices are fabricated using technology originally designed for the semiconductor industry and are capable of handling and manipulating small volumes of fluids (down to tens of microliters) and small numbers of cells. Our expertise is in functionalizing microfluidic channels with a broad range of biomolecules and achieving high-resolution cell separation with these simple and easy-to-use devices.

Prof. Murthy Elected Fellow of AIMBE

Murthy Lab spinout Quad Technologies launches flagship product
Press release | Quad website

Prof. Murthy Promoted to Full Professor of Chemical Engineering

More News

Microfluidic Sample Preparation for Single Cell Analysis Analytical Chemistry 2015 (review article; published online. More…

Cell Chemotaxis on Paper for Diagnostics Analytical Chemistry 2015 (published online). More…

An Integrated Platform for Isolation, Processing and Proteomic Profiling of Rare Cells in Whole Blood Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 2015 (published online; cover feature). More…

Microfluidic Cell Separation: A Solved Problem? Analytical Chemistry 2014 (published online; invited Perspective Article). More…

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