The Henry Group is affiliated with the Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University. The focus of the group’s work is to develop microfluidic devices (Lab-on-a-Chip systems) for applications in environmental monitoring and biosensors. Current research projects include the development of paper-based and polymer-based microfluidic systems for colorimetric and electrochemical quantification of biologically- and environmentally-relevant analytes. Major techniques used in the Henry Group include microfabrication, chromatography, electrochemistry, and electrophoresis. Detailed information about current research projects can be found on the Research page.
Graduate students Chase Gerold and Rachel Feeny presented their work at the Graduate Student Showcase.
Work from the Henry Group will be presented at Pacifichem in December 2015.
Work from the Henry Group will be presented at Pittcon 2016 in March 2016.
“Stability of lyophilized teriparatide, PTH(1-34), after reconstitution,” Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm., 2015, in press.
"Fabrication of IR-transparent microfluidic devices by anisotropic etching of channels in CaF2)," Lab Chip, 2015, 15 4364-4368.
“Recent Advances in Paper-Based Microfluidic Devices,” Anal. Chem., 2015, in press.
“Analysis of Nitric Oxide from Chemical Donors Using CMOS Platinum Microelectrodes,” Electroanalysis, 2014, 27, in press.
“Orthogonal Methods To Size Exclusion Chromatography (Sec) For Quantitation And Characterization Of Protein Aggregates,” BioPharm International, 2014, December, 32-39.
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