Bumsoo Han, PhD
School of Mechanical Engineering
585 Purdue Mall
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2088
Mechanical Engineering Building
Tel : 765-494-2627
BIOTRANSPORT LAB NEWS
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Ghosh is selected for the Magoon Award for outstanding teaching assistants
by the College of Engineering. He was the TA of ME505 Intermediate Heat Transfer
instructed by Han.
Ozcelikkale's paper, written with Prof. Young Kim's group at Biomedical Engineering,
on a new spectroscopy imaging method to assess the ECM microstructure is accepted
the Journal of Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine.
Kwak's paper, written with Prof. Kinam Park's group at Biomedical Engineering,
on a microfluidic tumor model is accepted in the Journal
Molecular Pharmaceutics .
Ozcelikkale received the Outstanding Paper Award at the ASME 2013 2nd Global Congress
on Nanoengineering for Medicine and Biology (NEMB 2013). The title of the paper is
"Effects of freezing on collagen nanostructure of engineered tissues."
Han has received the B.F.S. Schaefer Outstanding Young Faculty Scholar Award for 2012-14.
Our paper on thermomechanical analysis of freezing-induced cell-fluid-matrix interactions
is accepted in the
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials.
The paper by Choi and Kwak, published in the Journal Optics Express, is also selected
by the Editors for publication in the most recent issue of the Virtual Journal for
Biomedical Optics (VJBO).
Han's paper, written with Prof. Kinam Park and his colleague at Biomedical Engineering,
on complex transport processes during targeted delivery is accepted in the
Journal of Controlled Release.
Archived News ...
Ozcelikkale's paper on nanoscale fluid-structure interaction of cytoplasm is accepted
for the presentation at
ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition.
Welcome to the Biotransport Phenomena Lab!
We perform research on transport phenomena in biological and physiological environments at molecular, cellular and tissue levels.
Our research goals are to quantify and understand these complex biotransport phenomena, and to manipulate these to develop and
improve various bioengineering applications. Current research topics are focused on tissue engineering and cancer therapies.
Current Research Topics
Our research is supported by