Mehdi Javanmard

Assistant Professor

ECE

Phone:(848) 445-3382
Fax:
Email:mehdi.javanmard@rutgers.edu
Office:EE 211

Education

Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2008
M.S. Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2004
B.S. Electrical Engineering (with Highest Honors), Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002

Research Interests

  • Nanobiotechnology
  • BioMEMS
  • Point of care diagnostics
  • Biomarker detection
  • Microfluidics
  • Electrokinetics
  • Applications of nanotechnology to medicine and biology

Selected Publications

  1. S. Emaminejad*, M. Javanmard*, C. Gupta, R.W. Davis, R.T. Howe, "Tunable Control of Antibody Immobilization using Electric Field", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In Press. 2015. * Equal Contribution
  2. S. Emaminejad, R.W. Dutton, R. W. Davis, M. Javanmard. "Multiplexed Actuation using Ultra Dielectrophoresis for Proteomics Applications: A Comprehensive Electrical and Electrothermal Design Methodology", Lab on a Chip. 14, 2105-2114, (2014).
  3. J. Mok, M. Mindrinos, R.W. Davis, M. Javanmard. "Digital Microfluidic Assay for Detection of Proteins", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111, 2110-2115, (2014).
  4. M. Javanmard, S. Emaminejad, C. Gupta, R.W. Davis, R.T. Howe, "Depletion of Cells and Abundant Proteins from Biological Samples by Enhanced Dielectrophoresis", Sensors and Actuators B. 193, 918-924, (2014).
  5. S. Emaminejad*, M. Javanmard*, R. Dutton, R.W. Davis, “Smart Surface for Elution of Protein–Protein Bound Particles: Nanonewton Dielectrophoretic Forces Using Atomic Layer Deposited Oxides”, Analytical Chemistry, 84, 10793-1081 (2012). * Equal Contribution.
  6. S. Emaminejad*, M. Javanmard*, R. Dutton, R.W. Davis, “Microfluidic Diagnostic Tool for the Developing World: Contactless Impedance Flow Cytometry”, Lab on a Chip, 12, 4499-4507 (2012). * Equal Contribution.
  7. M. Javanmard, S. Emaminejad, R. Dutton, R.W. Davis, “Use of Negative Dielectrophoresis for Selective Elution of Immuno-bound Particles” , Analytical Chemistry 84, 1432-1438 (2012).
  8. M. Javanmard, R.W. Davis, “Microfluidic Force Spectroscopy for Characterization of Biomolecular Interactions with PicoNewton Resolution” , Applied Physics Letters 97, 173704-173706 (2010). Invited Paper in Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research.
  9. M. Javanmard, R.W. Davis, “A Microfluidic Platform for Electrical Detection of DNA Hybridization” , Sensors and Actuators: B Journal 154, 22-27 (2011).
  10. M. Javanmard, M. Nemat-Gorgani, A. Talasaz, F. Pease, M. Ronaghi, R.W. Davis, “Electrical Detection of Protein Biomarkers Using Bioactivated Microfluidic Channels”, Lab on a Chip Journal 9, 1429-1434 (2009).
  11. M. Javanmard, M. Nemat-Gorgani, A. Talasaz, F. Pease, M. Ronaghi, R.W. Davis, “A Microfluidic Platform for Characterization of Protein-Protein Interactions", IEEE Sensors Journal 9, 883-891 (2009).
  12. M. Javanmard, A. Talasaz, M. Nemat-Gorgani, F. Pease, M. Ronaghi, R.W. Davis, “Targeted Cell Detection Based on Micro-Channel Gating”, Biomicrofluidics Journal 1,044103 (2007). Also featured as Invited Paper in Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research. Among top 20 Biomicrofluidics downloaded papers for over 6 months.

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