Our group focuses on next-generation implantable and wearable medical devices enabled by micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and flexible sensors for health monitoring or diagnostics. These bio-integrated microdevices are able to capture physical, electrical, and chemical changes within the human body. We design transducers, fabricate them using MEMS fabrication techniques or various polymer materials, then conduct in-vitro and in-vivo studies.
We are actively seeking new members to join our interdisciplinary research group. Please check openings page for more details.
News & updates
♦ Ecem and Junaid joined BMDL (Sep’20)
♦ Conference paper published at IUS 2020 by Pouriya and Berkay. (Aug’20)
♦ Review paper on Bioresorbable implantable devices published in Advanced Healthcare Materials. (Jun’20)