The paper titled “Highly Localized Enrichment of Trypanosoma brucei parasites using Dielectrophoresis” is now published in Micromachines, an open access journal to maximize reach of this particular work. The undergrad authors (at the time this work was done in Clemson) are Callie Stuart (now in Grad School at Clemson BioE), Josie Duncan (a ME PhD candidate at Virginia Tech) and Emily Gullette (now at USC Medical School). Devin Keck is a PhD candidate in my group and acted as mentor of this project. This is the result of interdisciplinary undergraduate research and builds upon initial research by a team of undergrads from mechanical engineering, health sciences, microbiology, bioengineering, biochemistry, industrial engineering, and biological sciences. These individuals are now in grad school, med school, physician assistant school, public health school or industry.
Congratulations to these students and their hard work!