Maïwenn KERSAUDY-KERHOAS

Professor (Mechanical Engineering)

Edinburgh, UK

Publications

  • Study of blood flow behaviour in microchannels
  • Design of problem-based learning activities in the field of microfluidics for 12- to 13-year-old participants—Small Plumbing!: empowering the next generation of microfluidic engineers
  • Evaluation of manufacturing techniques for a minifluidics demonstrator system
  • Safe and cost-effective rapid-prototyping of multilayer PMMA microfluidic devices
  • Ultra-fast-prototyping of PMMA structures for micro-engineering applications: Choosing the right material
  • Modelling and simulation of the behaviour of a biofluid in a microchannel biochip separator
  • Integrated biomedical device for blood preparation
  • Micro-scale blood plasma separation: From acoustophoresis to egg-beaters
  • Hydrodynamic blood plasma separation in microfluidic channels
  • Validation of a blood plasma separation system by biomarker detection
  • Microfluidic blood plasma separation for medical diagnostics: Is it worth it?
  • Microfluidic snap-fit assembly enabled by additive manufacturing
  • Challenges in modelling biofluids in microchannels
  • Validation of a fully integrated platform and disposable microfluidic chips enabling parallel purification of genome segments for assembly
  • Opportunities and challenges for the application of microfluidic technologies in point-of-care veterinary diagnostics
  • Analysis of fluid separation in microfluidic T-channels
  • Detection of Cryptosporidium in miniaturised fluidic devices
  • Exosome isolation: A microfluidic road-map
  • MicroRNA-122 can be measured in capillary blood which facilitates point-of-care testing for drug-induced liver injury
  • Parametrical modeling and design optimization of blood plasma separation device with microchannel mechanism
  • Impact of microfluidic processing on bacterial ribonucleic acid expression
  • Recent advances in microparticle continuous separation
  • Effect of fluid dynamics and device mechanism on biofluid behaviour in microchannel systems: Modelling biofluids in a microchannel biochip separator
  • Current and emerging techniques of fetal cell separation from maternal blood
  • Engineered membranes for residual cell trapping on microfluidic blood plasma separation systems. A comparison between porous and nanofibrous membranes
  • Design, 3D-printing, and characterisation of a low-cost, open-source centrifuge adaptor for separating large volume clinical blood samples
  • Versatile hybrid acoustic micromixer with demonstration of circulating cell-free DNA extraction from sub-ml plasma samples
  • Effects of syringe pump fluctuations on cell-free layer in hydrodynamic separation microfluidic devices
  • Current and Emerging Microfluidic-Based Integrated Solutions for Free Hemoglobin and Hemolysis Detection and Measurement
  • Microfluidic system for near-patient extraction and detection of miR-122 microRNA biomarker for drug-induced liver injury diagnostics
  • A low-cost, open-source centrifuge adaptor for separating large volume clinical blood samples
  • Engineering a sustainable future for point-of-care diagnostics and single-use microfluidic devices

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