The BioEE group at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) led by Prof. Drew Hall is a multidisciplinary research group performing innovative research in field of biosensors and bioelectronics. The group uses CMOS circuit design and nanotechnology to develop novel medical devices that address various challenges in the life sciences. Specifically, the group is interested in applications such as in-vitro diagnostics, DNA sequencing, proteomics, point-of-care (POC) testing, neural detection and stimulation, healthcare monitoring, and smart medical devices.
The BioEE group and Dr. Doug Conrad were awarded a grant to develop a smartphone-based biosensor to monitor pH and pulmonary exacerbation biomarkers in patients with cystic fibrosis (CF). Read more here.View full post
Bryce was selected for the 2014 Calit2-Qualcomm Institute Summer Undergraduate Research Scholars program! Read more here.View full post
The BioEE group and the Distributed Health Lab of CalIt2 are awarded an innovative technology grant on smartphone based point-of-care testing for tuberculosis. Read more here.View full post