2019

  1. B. Lee, A. Shamsabadi, P.R. Selvaganapathy, K. Grandfield, A bioprinted in vitro model for osteoblast to osteocyte transformation by changing mechanical properties of the ECM, Advanced Biosystems, (2019) (accepted) (cover article)
     

  2. E. Mahoney, H.H. Hsu, F. Du, B. Xiong, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Q. Fang Optofluidic dissolved Oxygen sensing with sensitivity enhancement through multiple reflections, IEEE Sensors, (2019) (accepted)
     

  3. M. Dabaghi, N. Saraei, G. Fusch, N. Rochow, J. Brash, C. Fusch, P. R. Selvaganapathy, An ultra-thin, all PDMS-based microfluidic lung assist device with high oxygenation capacity, Biomicrofluidics, 13, 034116 (2019)
     

  4. A. Shahin-Shamsabadi, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, A rapid fabrication technique for self-assembled collagen-based multicellular heterogeneous 3D tissue constructs, Acta Biomaterialia, 92, 172-183, (2019)
     

  5. D. Cevik, M. Acker, R. Ghaemi, P. Arefi, J. Zhang, P.R. Selvaganapathy, I. Dworkin, R. Jacobs, Chloroform and Desflurane immobilization with recovery of viable Drosophila
     

  6. larvae for confocal imaging, J. Insect Physiology, 117, 103900, (2019)
     

  7. D. Firouzi, C.Y. Ching, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Development of oxygen-plasma-surface-treated UHMWPE fabric coated with  a mixture of  SiC/polyurethane for protection against puncture and needle  threats, Fibers, 7, 46, (2019) (invited)
     

  8. A. Mohammadzadeh, A. Fox-Robichaud, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Rapid and inexpensive method for fabrication and integration of electrodes in microfluidic devices, J. MEMS, (2019) (accepted )
     

  9. C. Guo, P. Koshy, F. Coelho, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Sink electrical discharge machining of hydrophobic surfaces, CIRP annals – Manufacturing Technology, 68, 185-188, (2019)
     

  10. A. Ahmed, I. Hassan, I.M. Mosa, E. Elsanadidy, G.S. Phadke, M.F. El-Kady, J.F. Rusling, P.R. Selvaganapathy, R.B. Kaner, All printable snow-based triboelectric nanogenerator, Nano Energy, 60, 17-25, (2019)
     

  11. A. Ahmed, M.F. El-Kady, I. Hassan, A. Negm, A.M. Pourrahimi, M. Muni, P.R. Selvaganapathy, R.B. Kaner, Fire-Retardant, Self-Extinguishing Triboelectric Nanogenerators, Nano Energy, 59, 336-345, (2019)
     

  12. M .Osborne, A. Aryasomayajula, A. Shakeri, P.R. Selvaganapathy, T. Didar, Suppression of Biofouling on a Permeable Membrane for Dissolved Oxygen Sensing using a Lubricant-Infused Coating, ACS Sensors, 4, 687-693, (2019)
     

  13. A. Shahin-Shamsabadi, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, ExCeL: Combining Extrusion Printing on Cellulose Scaffolds with Lamination to Create In Vitro Biological Models, Biofabrication, 11, 035002, (2019)
     

  14. R. Attalla, E. Puersten, N. Jain, P.R. Selvaganapathy, 3D Bioprinting of Heterogeneous Bi- and Tri-layered Hollow Channels within Gel Scaffolds using Scalable Multi-Axial Microfluidic Extrusion Nozzle, Biofabrication, 11, 015012, (2019)
     

  15. A. Mohammadzadeh, A. Fox-Robichaud, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Rapid and inexpensive method for fabrication of multi-material multi-layer microfluidic devices, J. Micromech. Microeng., 29, 015013, (2019)

2018

  1. A. Mohammadzadeh, A. Fox-Robichaud, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Rapid and inexpensive method for fabrication of multi-material multi-layer microfluidic devices, J. Micromech. Microeng., (2018) (accepted)
     

  2. M. Dabaghi, N. Saraei, G. Fusch, N. Rochow, J.L. Brash, C. Fusch, P.R. Selvaganapathy, An ultra-thin highly flexible microfluidic device for blood oxygenation, Lab on a Chip, (2018) (accepted)
     

  3. S. Zheng, M. Zlatin, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, M.A. Brook, Multiple modulus silicone elastomers using 3D extrusion printing of low viscosity inks, Additive Manufacturing, 24, 86-92, (2018)
     

  4. P. Madadkar, P.R. Selvaganapathy, R. Ghosh, Continuous flow microreactor for protein PEGylation, Biomicrofluidics, 12, 044114 (2018)
     

  5. C. Richman, S. Rashid, S. Prashar, R.K. Mishra, P.R. Selvaganapathy, B.P. Gupta, C. elegans MANF homolog is necessary for the protection of dopaminergic neurons and ER Unfolded Protein Response, Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12, 544, (2018)
     

  6. D. Firouzi, M.K. Russel, S.N. Rizvi, C.Y. Ching,P.R. Selvaganapathy, Development of flexible particle-laden elastomeric textiles with improved penetration resistance to hypodermic needles, Materials and Design, 156, 419-428, (2018)
     

  7. M. Wong, M.A. Green, S. Shawky, A. Aryasomyajula, T. Ewart, P. R Selvaganapathy, S. Raha, Extracellular matrix (ECM) surface regulates self-assembly of three-dimensional placental trophoblast spheroids, PLOS ONE, 13, e0199632,(2018)
     

  8. M. Dabaghi, G. Fusch, N. Saraei, N. Rochow, J. Brash, C. Fusch, P. R. Selvaganapathy, An artificial placenta type microfluidic blood oxygenator with double-sided gas transfer microchannels and its integration as a neonatal lung assist device, Biomicrofluidics, 12, 044101,(2018) (chosen as the Editor’s Pick)
     

  9. U. Umatheva, P. Madadkar, P.R. Selvaganapathy, R. Ghosh, Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation of laterally-fed membrane chromatography, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 137, 412-420, (2018)
     

  10. R. Ghaemi, M. Dabaghi, R. Attalla, A. Shahid, H.H. Hsu, P. R. Selvaganapathy, Use of flame activation of surfaces to bond PDMS to variety of substrates for fabrication of multimaterial microchannels, J. Micromech. Microeng. 28,087001,(2018)
     

  11. J. Peng, N. Rochow, J. Jansen, D. Predescu, B. DeFrance, S.-Y. Lee, G. Fusch, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, C. Fusch, Postnatal dilatation of umbilical cord vessels and its impact on wall integrity: Prerequisite for the artificial placenta, Artificial Organs, 41, 393-399, (2018)
     

  12. H. Matharoo, M. Dabaghi, N. Rochow, G. Fusch, N. Saraei, M. Tauhiduzzaman, S. Veldhuis, J. Brash, C. Fusch, and P.R. Selvaganapathy, Steel reinforced composite silicone membranes and its integration to microfluidic oxygenators for high performance gas exchange, Biomicrofluidics, 12, 014107, (2018).
     

  13. X. Deng, R. Attalla, L. Sadowski, M. Chen, M.  Majcher, I. Urosev, D-C.Yin, P.R.  Selvaganapathy, C. Filipe, T. Hoare, Autonomously self-adhesive hydrogels as building blocks for additive manufacturing, Biomacromolecules, 19, 62-70, (2018) (featured on the cover) (Top 5 most downloaded research article, December 2017)
     

  14. R. Attalla, C.S. Ling, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Silicon carbide nanoparticles as an effective bioadhesive to bond collagen containing composite gel layers for tissue engineering applications, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 7, 1701385 (2018) (featured on the cover)
     

  15. H.H. Hsu, M.J. Deen, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Complete solid state dissolved oxygen sensor using hemin electrocatalyst and palladium-reusable reference electrode, IEEE Sensors, 18, 941-947, (2018).
     

  16. N. Kazemi-Zanjani,, M. Shayegannia, R. Prinja, A.O. Montazeri, A. Mohammadzadeh, K. Dixon, J. Zhu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, A. Zavodni, N. Matsuura,  N.P. Kherani, Multiwavelengthsurface-enhanced ramanspectroscopy using rainbow trapping in width-graded plasmonicgratings, Advanced Optical Materials, 6, 1701136,(2018)

2017

  1. S. Banik, J. Mahony, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Elution of Artificial Sputum from Swab by Rotating Magnetic Field-Induced Mechanical Impingement, Applied Sciences, 7, 1255, (2017) (invited)
     

  2. A. Shahid, S. Chong, J. Mahony, M.J. Deen, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Electrical tweezer for droplet transportation, extraction, merging and DNA analysis, Micromachines, 8, 353, (2017) (invited)
     

  3. R. Ghaemi, P. Arefi, A. Stosic, M. Acker, Q. Raza, J.R. Jacobs, P.R. Selvaganapathy, A microfluidic microinjector for toxicological and developmental studies in Drosophila embryos, Lab on a Chip, 17, 3898-3908, (2017)
     

  4. E. Hoque, H.H. Hsu, A. Aryasomayajula, P.R. Selvaganapathy, P. Kruse, Pencil-drawn chemiresistive sensor for free chlorine in water, IEEE Sensor Lett., 1, 4500504, (2017)
     

  5. A. Mohtasebi, A. Broomfield, T. Chowdhury, P.R. Selvaganapathy, P. Kruse, Reagent-free quantification of aqueous free chlorine via electrical read-out of colorimetrically functionalized pencil lines, ACS Appl. Mat. Int., 9, 20748-20761, (2017)
     

  6.  J. Liu, J. Mahony, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, Low-cost and versatile integration of microwire electrodes and optical waveguides into silicone elastomeric devices using modified xurographic methods, npj-Microsystems and Nanoengineering, 3, 17040, (2017)
     

  7. R. Ghaemi, P. Rezai, F.R. Nejad, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Characterization of microfluidic clamps for immobilizing and imaging of Drosophila Melanogaster larva’s central nervous system, Biomicrofluidics, 11, 034113, (2017)
     

  8. M.K. Russel, P.R. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Electrical discharge characteristics of a dielectric liquid under external flow in a microchannel with planar electrode configuration, J. Electrostatics, 87, 212-216, (2017)
     

  9. M. S. Islam, A. Aryasomayajula, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, A review on macroscale and microscale cell lysis methods, Micromachines, 8, 83, (2017) (invited)
     

  10. M.S. Islam, K. Kuryllo, A. Shahid, Y. Li, M.J. Deen, Ravi Selvaganapathy, Electrophoretic concentration and electrical lysis of bacteria in a microfluidic device using a nanoporous membrane, Micromachines, 8,45, (2017) (invited)

2016

  1. H.H. Hsu, A. Aryasomayajula, P.R. Selvaganapathy, A review of sensing systems and their need for environmental water monitoring, Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 44, 357-382, (2016).
     

  2. S. Ayyash, W.I. Wu, P. R. Selvaganapathy, Fast and inexpensive detection of bacterial viability and drug effectiveness through metabolic monitoring, Sensors, 16, 1879, (2016) (invited - special issue on Biomicrofluidics)
     

  3. M. K. Russel, S.M. Hasnain, P. R. Selvaganapathy, C. Y. Ching, Effect of doping Ferrocene in the working fluid of electrohydrodynamic (EHD) micropumps, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 20, 112 (2016)
     

  4. R. Ghaemi, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Microfluidic Devices for Automation of Assays on Drosophila Melanogaster for Applications in Drug Discovery and Biological Studies, Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, 17, 822-836, (2016) (invited)
     

  5. M. K. Russel, P. R. Selvaganapathy, C. Y. Ching, Ion Drag Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) Micro-Pumps under a Pulsed Voltage, Journal of Electrostatics, 82, 48-54, (2016)
     

  6. Y. Qin, H.-J. Kwon, A. Subrahmanyam , M.M.R. Howlader, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, A. Adronov, M. Jamal Deen, Inkjet-printed bifunctional carbon nanotubes for pH sensing, Material letters, 176, 68-70, (2016)
     

  7. D. Liu, B.Gupta, P. R. Selvaganapathy, An Automated Microfluidic System for Screening Caenorhabditis elegans Behaviors using Electrotaxis, Biomicrofluidics, 10, 014117 (2016)
     

  8. R. Attala, C. Ling, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Fabrication and characterization of gels with integrated channels using 3D printing with microfluidic nozzle for tissue engineering applications, Biomedical Microdevices, 18, 1-12, (2016).

2015

  1. S. M. Doreswamy, C. Fusch, P. R. Selvaganapathy, H. Matharoo, S. Shivananda, A comparison of the prototype neonatal offset-blade laryngoscope (NOBL) versus the Miller laryngoscope in a manikin, Anaesthesia, 71, 320-325, (2015).
     

  2. Y. Qin, A.U. Alam, S. Pan, M.M.R. Howlader, R. Ghosh, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Y. Wu,  M.J. Deen, Low-Temperature Solution Processing of Palladium/Palladium Oxide Films and Their pH Sensing Performance, Talanta, 146, 517-524, (2015).
     

  3. J. Yang, P.R. Selvaganapathy, T.J. Gould, D.J. Dwivedi, D. Liu, A.E. Fox-Robichaud,  P.C. Liaw, A Microfluidic Device for Rapid Quantification of Cell-free DNA in Patients with Severe Sepsis, Lab on a Chip, 15, 3925 – 33, (2015)
     

  4. C. Feng, O. Marinov, M.J. Deen, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Y. Wu, Sensitivity of the threshold voltage of organic thin-film transistors to light and water, J. Appl. Phys. 117, 185501 (2015)
     

  5. T. Guo, M.J. Deen, C.Q. Xu, Q. Fang, P.R. Selvaganapathy, H. Zhang, Observation of Ultra-slow Stress Release in Silicon Nitride Films on CaF2, Journal of Vacuum science and Technology A, 33, 041515, (2015)
     

  6. J.M. Leung, L.R. Berry, H.M. Atkinson, R.M. Cornelius, D. Sandejas, N. Rochow, P.R. Selvaganapathy, C. Fusch, A.K.Chan, J.L. Brash, Surface modification of poly(dimethylsiloxane) with a covalent antithrombin–heparin complex for the prevention of thrombosis: use of polydopamine as bonding agent, J. Mater. Chem. B, 3, 6032 - 36, (2015)
     

  7. M. K. Russel, P. R. Selvaganapathy, C. Y. Ching, Electrohydrodynamic Injection Micropump with Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Electrodes, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 24, 1557-1564, (2015)
     

  8. J .Piazza, C.Zhu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, T. Hoare, S.B. Jain, F. Hossain, R.K. Mishra, A Novel Intranasal Spray Device for the Administration of Nanoparticles to Rodents, Journal of Medical Devices, 9, 041001, (2015)
     

  9. G. Layton, W. I. Wu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, S. Friedman, A. Kishen. Fluid dynamics and biofilm removal generated by syringe-delivered and two ultrasonic assisted irrigation methods: A novel experimental approach. J. of Endodontics, 41, 884-889 (2015) (Best Paper Award in Basic Science and Technology category)
     

  10. H.H. Hsu, E. Hoque, P. Kruse, P. R. Selvaganapathy, A Carbon Nanotube Based Resettable Sensor for Measuring Free Chlorine in Drinking Water, Appl. Phy. Lett., 106, 063102 (2015) 
     

  11. R. Ghaemi, P. Rezai, B. Iyengar,  P.R. Selvaganapathy, Microfluidic devices for imaging neurological response of Drosophila Melanogaster Larva to Auditory Stimulus, Lab on Chip 15, 1116-1122, (2015)  (in top 30 downloaded papers in Lab on Chip journal in Jan 2015)
     

  12. T. Guo, Y. Wei, C.Q. Xu, B. R. Watts, Z. Zhang, Q. Fang , H. Zhang, P. R. Selvaganapathy, M. J. Deen, Counting of E. Coli by a Micro-flow Cytometer Based on a Photonic-Microfluidic Integrated Device, Electrophoresis, 36, 298-304, (2015) 

2014

  1. Z. Li, M.J. Deen , S. Kumar, P. R. Selvaganapathy, Raman Spectroscopy for In-Line Water Quality Monitoring – Instrumentation and Potential, Sensors, 14, 17275-17303, (2014) 
     

  2. M. K. Russel, P. R. Selvaganapathy, C. Y. Ching, Effect of electrode surface topology on charge injection characteristics in dielectric liquids: An experimental study, Journal of Electrostatics, 72, 487-492, (2014)
     

  3. H.H. Hsu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, J. Brash, Q. Fang, C.Q. Xu, J. Deen, H. Chen, Development of a Low-Cost Hemin-based Dissolved Oxygen Sensor with Anti-Biofouling Coating for Water Monitoring, IEEE Sensors Journal, 14, 3400-3407, (2014) (invited)
     

  4. Y. Qin, Matiar M.R. Howlader, M.J. Deen, Y.M. Haddara, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Polymer Integration for Packaging of Implantable Sensors, Sensors and Actuators-B, Chem. 202, 758-778, (2014)
     

  5. H.H. Hsu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, L. Soleymani, Bottom-up top-down fabrication of structurally- and functionally- tunable hierarchical palladium materials, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 161, D3078-3086, (2014) 
     

  6. J. Piazza, T. Hoare, L. Molinaro, K. Terpstra, J. Bhandari, P.R. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, R.K. Mishra, Haloperidol-loaded intranasally administered lectin functionalized poly(ethylene glycol)-block-poly(d,l)-lactic-co-glycolic acid (PEG-PLGA) nanoparticles for the treatment of schizophrenia, Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm., 87, 30-39, (2014)
     

  7. N Rochow, A. Manan, W.-I Wu, G. Fusch, S. Monkman, J.Leung, E. Chan, D. Nagpal, D. Predescu, J. Brash, P. Ravi Selvaganpathy,C. Fusch, An integrated array of microfluidic oxygenators as a neonatal lung assist device: invitro characterization and invivo demonstration, Artificial Organs, 38, 856-866, (2014)

2013

  1. S. Safari, P.R. Selvaganapathy, M.J. Deen, Microfluidic Reference Electrode with Free-Diffusion Liquid Junction, J. of Electrochemical Society, 160, B177-B183, (2013)
     

  2. S. Salam, A. Ansari, S. Amon, P. Rezai, P.R. Selvaganapathy, R.K. Mishra, B.P. Gupta, A microfluidic phenotype analysis system reveals function of sensory and dopaminergic neuron signaling in C. elegans electrotactic swimming behavior, Worm, 2, e24558, (2013)
     

  3. J. Tong, P. Rezai, S. Salam, P.R. Selvaganapathy, B.P. Gupta, Microfluidic-based Electrotaxis for On-demand Quantitative Analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans' Locomotion, J. Vis. Exp., 75, e50226, (2013)
     

  4. W-I. Wu, N. Rochow, E. Chan , G. Fusch, A. Manan, D. Nagpal, P. Ravi. Selvaganapathy, C. Fusch, Lung Assist Device: Development of Microfluidic Oxygenators for Preterm Infants with Respiratory Failure, Lab on Chip, 13, 2641-2650, (2013) 
     

  5. W-I. Wu, Daniel Ewing, Chan Y. Ching, and P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, Measurement of Periodic Micro Flow Using Micro Particle Image Velocimetry with Phase Sampling, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 15, 127-135, (2013) 
     

  6. N. Rochow, E.C. Chan, W.-I Wu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, G. Fusch, L. Berry, J. Brash, A.K. Chan, C. Fusch, Artificial placenta - Lung assist devices for term and preterm newborns with respiratory failure, Int. J. of Artificial Organs, 36, 377-391, (2013)
     

  7. G. Mahadevan, H. Sheardown, P. Selvaganapathy, PDMS embedded microneedles as a controlled release system for the eye, Journal of Biomaterials Applications, 28, 20-27, (2013)

2012

  1. D. Maznichenko, P. R. Selvaganapathy, K. Venkatakrishnan, B. Tan, TiO2 nanofibrous interface development for Raman detection of environmental pollutants, Appl. Phys. Lett., 101, 231602 (2012) 
     

  2. Z.Y. Li, M.J. Deen, Q.Y. Fang, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Design of a flat field concave-grating-based micro-Raman spectrometer for environmental applications, Applied Optics, 51, 6855-6863, (2012)
     

  3. P. Rezai, S. Salam, P.R. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, Electrical sorting of Caenorhabditis elegans, Lab on Chip, 12, 1831-1840, (2012)
     

  4. L. Kesselmann, S. Shinwary, P.R. Selvaganapathy, T. Hoare, Synthesis of Monodisperse, Covalently-Crosslinked, Degradable “Smart” Microgels Using Microfluidics, Small, 8, 1092–1098, (2012) 
     

  5. W. Wu, K. Sask , J. Brash, P.R, Selvaganapathy, Polyurethane-Based Microfluidic Devices for Blood Contacting Applications, Lab on Chip, 12, 960-970, (2012),  ( in top 10 downloaded papers in Lab on Chip journal in Jan 2012) 

2011

  1. P. Rezai, S. Salam, P.R. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, Pulse DC Electrotaxis of Nematodes Caenorhabditis elegans and Caenorhabditis briggsae, Biomicrofluidics, 5, 044116 (2011)
     

  2. M.W Shinwari, M.J Deen, P.R Selvaganapathy, The effect of DNA probe distribution on the reliability of label-free biosensors, Sens. & Act.: B. Chem., 160, 441-447,(2011) 
     

  3. P. Rezai, P.R. Selvaganapathy, G.R. Wohl, Plasma enhanced bonding of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) with parylene and its optimization, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 21, 065024, (2011) 
     

  4. S. Safari, P.Selvaganapathy, A.Deredja, J. Deen, Electrochemical growth of high-aspect ratio nanostructured silver chloride on silver and its application to miniaturized reference electrodes, Nanotechnology, 22, 315601 (2011)  (featured on the cover)
     

  5. M. Hasnain, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, On the Modeling and Simulation of Ion Drag Electrohydrodynamic Micropumps, Journal of Fluids Engineering, 133, 051102, (2011). (top 10 most downloaded article in June 2011) 
     

  6. W. Wu, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Transport of Particles and Micro-organisms in Microfluidic Channels Using Rectified AC Electroosmotic Flow, Biomicrofluidics, 5, 013407 (2011) (selected for April 1, 2011 issue of Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research) 
     

  7. M. Howlader, P. Selvaganapathy, M. Jamal Deen, T. Suga, Nanobonding Technology Toward Electronic, Fluidic, and Photonic Systems Integration, Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 17, 689-702, (2011) 

2010

  1. P. Rezai, A. Siddiqui, P. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, Behavior of Caenorhabditis elegans in Alternating Electric Field and its Application to their Localization and Control, Applied Physics Letters, 96, 153702 (2010) 
     

  2. K. Ou, W.I Wu, P.R. Selvaganapathy, Process Design for Reactive Ion Etching of Silicones, International Journal of Abrasive Technology, 3, 105-121, (2010) (Invited)
     

  3. M.W Shinwari, M.J Deen, P.R Selvaganapathy, Finite-element modelling of biotransistors, Nanoscale Research Letters, 5 (3), 494-500, (2010) 
     

  4. M.W Shinwari, D. Zhitomirsky I.A. Deen, P.R. Selvaganapathy, M.J. Deen, D. Landheer,  Microfabricated reference electrodes and their biosensing applications, Sensors, 10, 1679-1715, (2010)
     

  5. P. Zangeneh, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Influence of  3D geometry and spacing on the performance of ion drag electrohydrodynamic micropump, Journal of Electrostatics, 68, 376-383, (2010)
     

  6. S. Upadhyaya, P. Selvaganapathy, Microfluidic drug discovery platform for cell based assays, Lab on a Chip, 10, 341 – 348, (2010) 
     

  7. P. Rezai, A. Siddiqui, P. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, Electrotaxis of C.elegans in a microfluidic environment, Lab on a Chip, 10, 220 – 226, (2010) 
     

  8. A.J. Robinson, G. O’Donnell, J. Verheggen, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Development of a novel electrohydrodynamic micropump with 3D electrode geometry, International Journal of Heat and Technology, 28, 89-94 (2010)

2009

  1. S. Upadhyaya, P. Selvaganapathy, Miniaturized microfluidic formats for cell based high throughput screening, Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, 37, 1-193, (2009)
     

  2. A. Noori, P. Selvaganapathy, J. Wilson, Single cell microinjection using compliant fluidic channels with electroosmotic dosing, Lab on a Chip, 9, 3202 – 3211, (2009)  (top 10% - inside cover article) 
     

  3. P. Zangeneh, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Effect of electrode asymmetry on performance of electrohydrodynamic micropumps, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 18, 547-554, (2009) 
     

  4. P. Zangeneh, P. Selvaganapathy, C.Y. Ching, Electrohydrodynamic micropumps with asymmetric electrode geometries for microscale electronics cooling, IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 16, 483-488, (2009) 
     

  5. B.G. Subramani, P. Selvaganapathy, Surface Micromachining of PDMS using sacrificial photoresist, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 19,  015013 (10pp), (2009) ( in top 3% of downloaded papers among all IOP journals in 2009) 

2008 and prior

  1. M.W. Shinwari, M.J. Deen, P. Selvaganapathy, Analytic Modeling of Biotransistors, IET Circuits, Devices & Systems 2, 158-165, 2008. (Citations: 6)
     

  2. B. Mitra, C.G. Wilson, L. Que, P. Selvaganapathy, Y.G. Gianchandani, Microfluidic discharge-based optical sources for detection of biochemicals, Lab on a Chip, 6, 60–65, (2006)
     

  3. L.L. Chu, K. Takahata, P. Selvaganapathy, Y.B. Gianchandani, J.L. Shohet, A micromachined kelvin probe with integrated actuator for microfluidic and solid-state applications, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 14, 691-698, (2005)
     

  4. P. Selvaganapathy, E.T. Carlen, C.H. Mastrangelo, Recent progress in microfluidic devices for nucleic acid and antibody assays, Proceedings of the IEEE, 91, 954 -975, 2003.  (invited) (one of the top 20 cited papers in MEMS 2003-04)
     

  5. C. Yu, S. Mutlu, P. Selvaganapathy, C.H. Mastrangelo, F. Svec, J.M.J. Frechet, Flow control valves for analytical microfluidic chips without mechanical parts based on thermally responsive monolithic polymers, Analytical Chemistry, 75, 1958-1961, (2003)
     

  6. P. Selvaganapathy, E.T. Carlen, C.H. Mastrangelo, Electrothermally actuated inline microfluidic valve, Sensors and Actuators, A: Physical, 104, 275-282, (2003)
     

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School of Biomedical Engineering
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