Aran Lab
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Collaborating with fellow pioneers in the fields of aging and diagnostics and industry experts in graphene and drug delivery, the Aran Lab aims to forge novel platforms of analysis and diagnostics for future transnational applications.

 
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Nanosense and Cardea Merger

Nanosense, co-founded by Dr. Aran has announced a new merger with Cardea Bio.

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BIOMEDICAL DEVICE LAB FOR DIAGNOSTICS AND THERAPEUTICS

 

The Aran Lab is a biomedical device lab that focuses on diagnostics and therapeutics at Keck Graduate Institute in Claremont, California. Dr. Aran’s research specifically focuses on developing novel bio-microelectromechanical systems (BioMEMS) for research and clinical applications. In particular, she is interested in the integration of multiple engineering disciplines including electrical, mechanical, chemical, and bioengineering to create novel device solutions that address unmet clinical need. Current research topics includes developing microfluidic-based protein extraction module for investigation of age associated biomarkers, functionalized graphene for developing digital lab-on-a-chip (LOC)-based biosensors and developing oral or implantable drug delivery devices to improve delivery of biologics.

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The Aran Lab is Featured on the Cover of Nature Biomedical Engineering

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Along with 10 other distinguished researchers in the field of diagnostics, Dr. Aran was invited by Nature to present her research on the development of novel diagnostic platforms for both clinical and research applications.

Along with 10 other distinguished researchers in the field of diagnostics, Dr. Aran was invited by Nature to present her research on the development of novel diagnostic platforms for both clinical and research applications.

At the 2019 Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) Conference, Dr. Aran presented on “Applications of Graphene Biosensors in Basic Research and Clinical Diagnostics “ which discussed modern applications of graphene biosensors for facile identifications of pathological changes in age-associated diseases.

At the 2019 Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) Conference, Dr. Aran presented on “Applications of Graphene Biosensors in Basic Research and Clinical Diagnostics “ which discussed modern applications of graphene biosensors for facile identifications of pathological changes in age-associated diseases.