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Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State

Mei He

Mei HeAssistant Professor
College of Engineering
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering


Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Alberta




Nano/microfluidic technology, nano-scale integration of functional biomaterials for biomarker discovery, personalized medicine, point of care diagnosis and mobile health.


Major equipment

Fluorescence microscope, class 100 HEPA clean bench, COMSOL work station, two 3D printers


Z. Zhao, Y. Yang, Y. Zeng, M. He. A Microfluidic ExoSearch Chip for Multiplexed Exosome Detection Towards Blood-based Ovarian Cancer Diagnosis. Lab on a Chip, 2016, DOI: 10.1039/c5lc01117e.

K. Plevniak, M. He. Microfluidic Technology: the Next –generation Drug Discovery Tool. Drug Target Review. 2015, 2 (3): 18-20.

M. He, J. Crow, M. Roth, Y. Zeng, A. K. Godwin. Integrated immunoisolation and protein analysis of circulating exosomes using microfluidic technology. Lab on a Chip, 2014, 14, 3773-3780 (Royal Chemistry Society Lab On a Chip 2014 Most Accessed Article)

M. He, J Novak, B. A. Julian, A. E. Herr. Membrane-assisted online renaturation for automated microfluidic lectin blotting.  Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2011, 133, 19610-19613.

M. He, A. E. Herr. Automated microfluidic protein immunoblotting. Nature Protocols, 2010, 5, 1844-1856.