[Blueboard] Talk on bacterial hydrodynamics and microfluidics by Dr. Tolga Kaya

rcruz at ateneo.edu rcruz at ateneo.edu
Wed Dec 12 07:34:26 PHT 2012


The Ateneo Biological Organization - eXplore. eXperience. eXcel. (BOx)  
invites everyone to:

Bacterial Hydrodynamics and Microfluidics
Speaker: Tolga Kaya, Ph.D.
17 December 2012 | 4:30-6:00 PM | SEC B Lecture Hall

Dr. Tolga Kaya currently holds a joint Assistant Professor position in  
the School of Engineering and Technology and the Science of Advanced  
Materials program at Central Michigan University. He received BS, MS  
and PhD degrees in Electronics Engineering from Istanbul Technical  
University. His research interests involve biomedical engineering  
where bacterial hydrodynamics are studied under various shear flow  
regimes to understand the bacterial infections in catheterized patients.

Research in biology has been enhanced with recent developments in  
microfluidics, where micro-scale flow channels are used to examine  
biological reactions. Dr. Kaya presents how microfluidic processes are  
used in studying bacterial hydronamics and its effects on urinary  
catheter infections.


-- 
Ronald Allan L. Cruz, M.Sc.
Instructor and Undergraduate Student Coordinator, Department of  
Biology, Ateneo
de Manila University
Moderator, Ateneo Biological Organization - eXplore eXperience eXcel (BOx)
Member, Board of Directors, Ateneo Alumni Scholars Association (AASA)
Member, Introduction to Ateneo Culture and Traditions (InTACT) Committee





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