Dr Chunxiao Hu
- Lecturer: Biomedical Engineering (Biomedical Engineering)
Dr Chunxiao Hu received a BSc in Automation (China, 2008), his MSc in Microsystem Technology (Southampton, 2009) and his PhD in Microfluidic devices for nematodes (Southampton, 2013). Following completion of his PhD, he worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, working on Nanowire/Nanoribbon ISFET for biosensing. From 2016, he moved to the University of Glasgow working as a Research Associate on CMOS based biosensors in the James Watt School of Engineering. He was promoted to Research Fellow in 2021, and now a Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Glasgow.
1. CMOS-based sensor platform for personal diagostics.
2. Thin film transistor based nanowire/nanoribbon sensor for point of care applications.
3. Electrochemical measurement with 2-D material.
4. Microfluidic device for neuron regeneration research.
5. Multi-layer microfluidic device for electrophysiological analysis of C. elegans.
1. EPSRC IAA funding was awarded in 2020 (PI: £40,970).