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.
Work from the Henry Group was presented at MicroTAS 2016 in October 2016.
Work from the Henry Group was presented at the Bioanalytical Sensors Gordon Research Conference in June 2016.
“Electrochemical paper-based peptide nucleic acid biosensor for detecting human pipillomavirus," Teengam, P.; Siangproh, W.; Tuantranont, A.; Henry, C. S.; Vilaivan, T; Chailapakul, O. Anal. Chim. Acta, 2017, 952, 32-40.
“Paper-based microfluidics for experimental design: screening masking agents for simulataneous determination of Mn (II) and Co (II)," Meredith, N.A.; Volckens, J.; Henry, C. S. Anal. Meth., 2017, 9, 534-540.
“Paper-Based Microfluidic Devices: Emerging Themes and Applications," Yang, Y.; Noviana, E.; Nguyen, M. P.; Geiss, B. J.; Dandy, D. S.; Henry, C. S. Anal. Chem., 2016, 89, 71-91.
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