M. Asadnia

Mohsen Asadnia is an Associate Professor and group leader in Mechatronics-biomechanics and at Macquarie University, Australia. He received his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Prior to joining Macquarie University, Mohsen had several teaching and research roles with the University of Western Australia, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Nanyang Technological University. His work has resulted in over 150 peer-reviewed journal articles published in prestigious journals, including Nature Communication, Advanced Materials, Nano and Micro Letters. His research interest lies in Environmental/ Biomedical Sensors, Artificial Hearing Implant Devices, Microfluidics, Artificial Intelligence, and Bio-Inspired Sensing.

Arum Han

Dr. Han is a Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Chancellor’s EDGES Fellow and Presidential Impact Fellow of the Texas A&M University. He also holds joint appointment in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, is a Graduate Faculty of the Texas A&M Health Science Center, Faculty of the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience, and Faculty of Toxicology. His research focuses on development of microfluidic, lab-on-a-chip, and organ-on-a-chip systems that enable unique biological experiments at high throughput and high accuracy. He has pioneered the area of high-throughput microfluidics for microbiology applications. Developing high-throughput technologies that enable complex multi-step biological assays involving mammalian cells, microorganisms, and viruses are also some of his key accomplishments. He has also pioneered the area of organ-on-a-chip systems for feto-maternal interface and preterm birth research. He currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Biomedical Microdevices.

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