To generate biorhythms-on-chip, our lab develops microfluidic devices to control a dynamic profile of biomolecular compositions and apply the dynamic flow profile to cell culture.

The microfluidic design we are currently working on is microfluidic oscillators that can convert two constant flow inputs into an alternating flow output.

In the future, we are aiming to generate a device with three target functionality:

(1) Versatility: production of various flow profiles

(2) Adoptability: low operation complexity

(3) Parallelizability: synchronization of parallel experiments