Abraham Phillip Lee

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Professor, Biomedical Engineering
The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

D.Engr., University of California at Berkeley, 1992, Mechanical Engineering

Phone: (949) 824-9691
Fax: 949-824-1727
Email: aplee@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
ET 716F
Mail Code: 2715
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Interests
micro/nanofluidics, biosensors, point-of-care diagnostics, BioMEMS, cell sorting, materials synthesis, targeted imaging/therapeutics
Academic Distinctions
* Subject Editor for the Journal of Microelectromechnical Systems
* International Advisory Editorial Board of Lab on a Chip Journal
* Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
Lawrenece Livermore National Lab
Available Technologies
Y.-C. Tan, V. Cristini, and A.P. Lee, "Monodispersed Microfluidic Droplet Generation by Shear Focusing Microfluidic Device", Sensors and
Actuators B: Chemical, vol. 114(1), pp. 350- 356, 2006.
L.-H. Hung, K.M. Choi, W.-Y. Tseng, Y.-C. Tan, K.J. Shea, and A.P. Lee, "Alternating droplet generation and controlled dynamic droplet fusion
in microfluidic device for CdS nanoparticles synthesis", Lab on a Chip, vol.
6, 1-6, 2006.
Y.-C. Tan and A.P. Lee, "Microfluidic separation of satellite droplets as the basis of a monodispersed micron and submicron emulsification system", Lab on a Chip, vol. 5, 1178-1183, 2005.
B.G. Chung, L.A. Flanagan, S.W. Rhee, P.H. Schwartz, A.P. Lee, E.S. Monuki, and N. L. Jeon, "Human Neural Stem Cell Growth and Differentiation
in a Gradient-Generating Microfluidic Device", Lab on a Chip, volume 5,
issue 4, 2005.
Yung-Chieh Tan, Jeffrey S. Fisher, Alan I. Lee, Vittorio Cristini, Abraham Phillip Lee, Design of microfluidic channel geometries for the control of droplet volume, chemical concentration, and sorting, Lab on a Chip, 2004, 292-298.
John Collins and Abraham P. Lee, Microfluidic Flow Transducer Based on the Measurement of Electrical Admittance, Lab. Chip., 2004, 4, 7-10.
Asuncion V. Lemoff and Abraham P. Lee, An AC Magnetohydrodynamic Microfluidic Switch for Micrototal Analysis Systems, Biomedical Microdevices, 5:1, 55-60, 2003.
Professional Societies
American Institute of Biological and Medical Engineeirng
Other Experience
Program Manager
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency 1999—2001

Senior Technology Advisor
National Cancer Institute 2001—2001

Group Leader, Senior Research Staff
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1992—1999

Graduate Programs

Biomedical Engineering

Research Centers
Integrated Nanosystems Research Facility
California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
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