Creating novel biomicrofluidic devices for intracellular delivery

19 February 2020

In this video, Dr. Aram Chung, associate professor at Korea University, discusses his team's groundbreaking work creating microscale fluid flow device for biomedical intracellular delivery. Using polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) photolithography and fluidic controlling systems, they are building paradigm-changing devices that offer substantial benefits and new solutions to both biologists and physicians, especially those involved in cancer immunotherapy.

This interview was filmed at SLAS2020 - watch other highlights from the show here >>