Wearable technologies have the potential to transform healthcare by providing continuous measurements of physiological parameters. Sensors that passively monitor physiological pressure without using electronic components are ideal as contact lens type devices because they are easy to interface with the cornea and the external environment. In our group, we developed a passive integrated microfluidic sensor with a novel transduction mechanism that converts small strain changes to a large fluidic volume expansion, detectable by a smartphone camera to monitor intraocular pressure for the management of glaucoma. In this presentation, I will talk about the recent advances in microfluidic biosensors and their potential as a physical rehabilitation management tool.
Speaker:Emre Araci, Santa Clara University
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