PhD Research

Nondestructive Quality Monitoring of lab-grown organs

How do you know the organ/tissue you are growing in the lab is maturing properly and the cells are transforming towards organ-specific cells?

You can't slice the organ, then you don't have an organ for transplanting in a patient!

That's where my Ph.D. research comes in. Using Dielectric impedance spectroscopy and machine learning techniques, I am developing a method to monitor the quality of tissue-engineered medical products in real-time!

Destructive Quality Evaluation

Offline | Time consuming | Non scalable

Non-destructive Quality Evaluation

Real-time | Non-invasive | Scalable

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