Dan Walsh

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1San Luis Obispo
1Sammy Paul Nicolas
1Scott Hazelwood
1Kirsten Marie Jackson
1David Clague
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This project encompasses the implementation of a computational model to simulate the microfluidic separation of like-charged particles in a continuous flow environment. By accomplishing this task the model can be used to optimize future fractionations by tailoring the process parameters to the properties of the target particles. The primary goal of this(More)
  • San Luis Obispo, Sammy Paul Nicolas, Sammy Paul, Nicolas, Robert Szlavik, Lily Laiho +1 other
  • 2012
This paper outlines a surgical procedure for exposing and stimulating the sciatic nerve of an anesthetized rodent for purposes of obtaining conduction velocity readings. The ability to accurately quantify nerve conduction velocity has potential for use in the field of diagnostic medicine and disease characterization. An accurate reading depends on both the(More)
For several years, biologists have used superparamagnetic beads to facilitate biological separations. More recently, researchers have adopted this approach in microfluidic devices [1-3]. This recent development and use of superparamagnetic particles in biomedical and biological applications have resulted in a necessity for methods that enable the(More)
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