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Connie B. Chang, Ph.D., seeks to understand heterogeneous microbial populations at the single-cell level and how single cells can collectively contribute to overall population dynamics. Her laboratory specializes in the fabrication and application of drop-based microfluidics for high-throughput and diagnostic studies of infectious disease, including bacterial biofilms and RNA viruses.
Dr. Chang's lab aims to engineer new technologies for performing translational research. Research developed in the laboratory is currently being commercialized into a point-of-care device.
The lab's ongoing research can help develop better vaccines and therapeutics to target fast-evolving viruses. Another focus in her lab is the development of innovative diagnostic methods that could save the lives of those with sepsis and other life-threating infections.
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