David McIntyre joins CIDAR lab

Updated: Mar 29, 2020

New BME PhD student David McIntyre has joined the CIDAR Lab as an NIH T32 Quantitative Biology and Physiology Trainee. David completed his undergraduate degree in bioengineering at the University of Washington, where his research was focused on developing a paper microfluidic-based diagnostic for HIV drug resistance. After interning over a summer at Transcriptic (now Strateos) onboarding molecular biology assays onto a robotic “Workcell,” David pivoted his research focus towards automation in biology. In the CIDAR lab, David will be working on the Fluigi project.

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