Dino Di Carlo, Ph.D.

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Bioengineering University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Soojung Hur grad student 2011 UCLA
Hamed Amini grad student 2012 UCLA
Daniel R. Gossett grad student 2012 UCLA
Albert J. Mach grad student 2012 UCLA
Henry T. Tse grad student 2012 UCLA
Mahdokht Masaeli grad student 2013 UCLA
Westbrook M. Weaver grad student 2013 UCLA
Wonhee Lee post-doc UCLA (Physics Tree)
Anja Kunze post-doc 2012-2015 (Neurotree)
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Stoecklein D, Davies M, de Rutte JM, et al. (2019) FlowSculpt: software for efficient design of inertial flow sculpting devices. Lab On a Chip
Di Carlo D. (2019) Technologies for the Directed Evolution of Cell Therapies. Slas Technology. 2472630319834897
Wu CY, Stoecklein D, Kommajosula A, et al. (2018) Shaped 3D microcarriers for adherent cell culture and analysis. Microsystems & Nanoengineering. 4: 21
Lee D, Nam SM, Kim JA, et al. (2018) Active control of inertial focusing positions and particle separations enabled by velocity profile tuning with co-flow systems. Analytical Chemistry
Hur SC, Che J, Di Carlo D. (2017) Microscale Laminar Vortices for High-Purity Extraction and Release of Circulating Tumor Cells. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 1634: 65-79
Kunze A, Murray CT, Godzich C, et al. (2017) Modulating motility of intracellular vesicles in cortical neurons with nanomagnetic forces on-chip. Lab On a Chip
Tay A, Schweizer FE, Di Carlo D. (2016) Micro- and nano-technologies to probe the mechano-biology of the brain. Lab On a Chip
Che J, Yu V, Dhar M, et al. (2016) Classification of large circulating tumor cells isolated with ultra-high throughput microfluidic Vortex technology. Oncotarget
Kim J, Lee J, Wu C, et al. (2016) Inertial focusing in non-rectangular cross-section microchannels and manipulation of accessible focusing positions. Lab On a Chip
Koh J, Wu CY, Kittur H, et al. (2015) Research highlights: microfluidically-fabricated materials. Lab On a Chip
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