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Antje Baeumner

Department: 
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Office: 
318 Riley-Robb Hall
Phone: 
255-5433

Development of biosensors and bioanalytical microsystems and micro total analysis systems for the detection of pathogenic organisms in food, the environment and for clinical diagnostics. Pathogens we focus on include C. parvum, E. coli, Dengue virus, HIV. BioEngineering, Microbiology, Genomics, Biosensors, Diagnostic Devices, microTAS, Nanobiotechnology

Research Interests: 
BioEngineering
Genomics
Microbiology
BioG 2990/4990 Credit: 
Yes
Paid Work Study: 
Yes
Paid Non-Work Study: 
Yes
Volunteer: 
Yes
Honors Thesis: 
Yes
Research Activities in Which Undergraduates Participate: 
Developing biosensors, biochemical analysis, DNA and RNA detection, microfluidic device design, preparation and investigation.
Approximate Number of Students in the Lab per Semester: 
4
Is There a Minimum Number of Hours per Week: 
Yes
If So, How Many?: 
12