Dr. Tavana was granted the Firestone Research Initiation Award.
Our aqueous biphasic cell patterning microtechnology was published in Advanced Functional Materials and featured as the cover art.
Our research on developing a microfluidic pulmonary airway model was published inBiomedical Microdevices.
Dr. Tavana received the University of Akron Faculty Research Committee Fellowship.
Our aqueous biphasic cell printing technology was published in Advanced Materials.
Our novel aqueous two-phase technology for micropatterning of nucleic acids on cells was published in Nature Materials!
Our microfluidic lung chip research was published as feature article in Laboratory Medicine and presented on the cover page.