Focus writer Tony Huang recognised for outstanding research

Tony Huang, writer of a series of Lab on a Chip Focus review articles, has been awarded a 2013 Faculty Scholar Medal by his institution, Penn State University. This Medal is awarded in recognition of his outstanding research in the area of microfluidic engineering, in particular acoustofluidics. His most recent work on optoacoustic tweezers is available to read in Lab on a Chip:

Optoacoustic tweezers: a programmable, localized cell concentrator based on opto-thermally generated, acoustically activated, surface bubbles
Yuliang Xie, Chenglong Zhao, Yanhui Zhao, Sixing Li, Joseph Rufo, Shikuan Yang, Feng Guo and Tony Jun Huang
DOI: 10.1039/C3LC00043E

Tony continues to write a series of varied and fascinating Focus articles published in Lab on a Chip on a regular basis, with topics from the unconventional uses of microfluidic technologies and applications of acoustofluidics through to imaging, circulating tumour cells, diagnostics and mechanical biomarkers:

Unconventional microfluidics: expanding the discipline
Ahmad Ahsan Nawaz, Xiaole Mao, Zackary S. Stratton and Tony Jun Huang
DOI: 10.1039/C3LC90023A

Probing circulating tumor cells in microfluidics
Peng Li, Zackary S. Stratton, Ming Dao, Jerome Ritz and Tony Jun Huang
DOI: 10.1039/C2LC90148J

Optofluidic imaging: now and beyond
Yanhui Zhao, Zackary S. Stratton, Feng Guo, Michael Ian Lapsley, Chung Yu Chan, Sz-Chin Steven Lin and Tony Jun Huang
DOI: 10.1039/C2LC90127G

Exploiting mechanical biomarkers in microfluidics
Xiaole Mao and Tony Jun Huang
DOI: 10.1039/C2LC90100E

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