Mario Cabodi, PhD, is a research assistant professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department of Boston University. He received an MSci degree in Physics from Imperial College (London) and a PhD in Physics from Cornell University, where he was also a postdoctoral research associate in Chemical Engineering. At Cornell, Dr. Cabodi used micro- and nano-fluidics for analytical separations of biomolecules, and later developed microfluidic techniques for tissue engineering applications. He joined Boston University in 2006 as deputy director of the Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology, and in 2008 joined the research faculty as research assistant professor. At Boston University, he is applying his expertise in nanofabrication to interdisciplinary projects, such as: sample concentration methods for biosensors and point-ofcare diagnostics, microfluidics for ultrasound contrast agents, and microfabrication in hydrogels for cancer metastasis models. He has also developed and taught courses in nanomedicine and device design.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesNational Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Point-of-Care Technology Research Network: Advancing Precision Medicine
Penny Ford Carleton, Steven Schachter, John A. Parrish, John M. Collins, Ben Crocker, Ronald Dixon, Susan Edgman-Levitan, Kent Lewandrowski, James Stahl, Catherine Klapperich, Mario Cabodi, Charlotte A. Gaydos, Anne M. Rompalo, Yukari Manabe, Tza-Huei Wang, R Rothman, Chris D. Geddes, Lea Widdice, Joany Jackman, Rishi A. Mathura, Tiffani Bailey Lash
This Article is Featured in the Special Issue NIH-IEEE POCT 2015 To advance the development of point-of-care technology (POCT), the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering established the POCT Research Network (POCTRN), comprised of Centers that emphasize multidisciplinary partnerships and... Read more
Posted on 18 AUG 2016