Xiaoyun Ding headshot
Assistant Professor • Biomedical, Micro/Nanoscale, Thermo Fluid Sciences

Office Location: ECES 158
Lab Location: ECES 117

Research Interests

Biomedical microfluidics, intracellular delivery, drug delivery, lab on chip, cellular engineering

Xiaoyun Ding’s research group centers on the innovation of cutting-edge micro/nano systems for cell based biomedical applications, including micro/nano manipulation of cell and fluid, cell membrane disruption and repair, and precise intracellular/subcellular delivery. Our research is highly interdisciplinary at the frontiers of micro/nano engineering, biomedical engineering, acoustics, electronics, and other applied physics.

 

Societal Impact

We strive to improve human health and life quality through innovations in engineering cell functions for cell-based immunotherapy and reducing costs of disease diagnostics and therapeutics.

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  • 2013  Rustum and Della Roy Innovation in Materials Research Award, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2013  Inventor Incentive Award, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2013  Journal of Laboratory Automation Ten Breakthroughs in Innovation Award (JALA Ten 2013)
  • 2012  Student Paper Competition Award, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, Dresden, Germany
  • 2012  Student Travel Award, IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, Dresden, Germany
  • 2012  The Baxter Young Investigator Award, Chicago, USA (6 awardees nationwide)
  • 2012  First Place Award at Penn State ESM Today Graduate Research Symposium, The Pennsylvania State University
  • 2011  Innovation Award at Penn State ESM Today Graduate Research Symposium,  The Pennsylvania State University