Lab Tour

Ultra-high-speed framing and streak cameras to capture the response of microscopic droplets and bubbles to focused ultrasound.

Transducers are connected to computer-controlled, micro-positioning systems for ultrasound exposure studies. 

A microfluidic system for monodispersed fabrication of droplets.

Extrusion-based 3D printers for fabricating acoustically-responsive scaffolds with complex geometries and spatial patterning of microscopic droplets.

Nikon confocal microscope used to image droplets and bubbles in acoustically-responsive scaffolds with high optical resolution.

Integrated high-speed camera, confocal microscope, and focused ultrasound to study acoustic droplet vaporization dynamics and the induced bioeffects in real time.

Formlabs 3D printer

Atomic force microscopy for micromechanical characterization of hydrogels