Potkay Biomedical & Microsystems Research Lab
The Potkay Biomedical & Microsystems Research Lab works collaboratively with Michigan Medicine and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System to develop artificial lung technologies. Our work applies microfluidic and microsystem approaches to enhance device performance compared to the current state of the art, hollow fiber artificial lung designs.
Artificial Organs, Microfluidic Artificial Lungs, Bio-MEMS and Microfluidics, Bio-Micro Nanotechnology and Molecular Engineering, Biomedical Computation and Modeling, Biomembranes, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials, Medical Microsystems, Implantable Sensors, Micro Gas Chromatography Devices and Systems
Congratulations to Navid Shaikh and Elyse Fleck for both receiving 2022 ASAIO Oral Abstract Awards! Navid presented "Acute In Vivo Testing of a Portable Controller to Automate CO2 Removal in Artificial Lungs". Elyse presented 3 orals: "3D Printed, Small-Scale Microfluidic Artificial Lung," "Characterization of Stereolithography 3D Printing Resins For Microfluidic Artificial Lung Applications," and, "Toward a Blood-Compatible, 3D Printing Resin For Microfluidic Artificial Organs."