• CT Lim Research Group
    MechanoBioEngineering Laboratory
  • Epidax
    Portable Covid-19
    Microfluidics-based
    PCR diagnostic system.
  • Wearable
    Sensors
    Flexible Hybrid Sensors for Health Monitoring
    Gao, Y et al., Advanced Materials, 32, 2020.
  • Cell Responses to
    2D and 3D
    Environments
    Material approaches to
    active tissue mechanics
    Xi, W et al., Nature Reviews Materials, 4, 2019.
  • CTC Cluster Formation
    Expansion of patient-derived circulating
    tumor cells from liquid biopsies using a CTC microfluidic culture device
    Khoo, B L et al., Nature Protocols, 13, 2018.
  • Mechanics of
    Cancer Growth
    Mechanobiology of Tumor Growth
    Chaudhuri, P K et al.,
    Chemical Reviews, 118, 14, 2018.
  • Soft
    Tubular
    Microfluidics
    Soft tubular microfluidics
    for 2D and 3D applications
    Xi, W et al., PNAS, 114, 40, 2017.
  • Defects
    Govern
    Extrusion
    Topological defects in epithelia
    govern cell death and extrusion
    T. B. Saw et al., Nature, 544, 212, 2017.
  • Microfluidic Biochip
    for Cancer Diagnosis
    Introducing the microfluidic CTChip
  • ASEAN
    Outstanding
    Engineering
    Achievement
    Award 2016
    In recognition of our engineering achievement
    which has made a significant contribution to the
    progression of the field and the quality of life in
    ASEAN.
  • IPMC
    Prize 2017
    In recognition of our outstanding research and
    technology at the 2017 International Precision
    Medicine Conference Prize Competition.

CT Lim Research Group

MechanoBioEngineering Laboratory

To explore, innovate and translate mechanobio-inspired micro & nanotechnologies for biomedical applications

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About the MechanoBioEngineering Laboratory

We seek to address important scientific and biomedical problems using interdisciplinary approaches, develop innovative solutions and translate them for biological and healthcare applications. Our focused areas include mechanobiology of human diseases and development of mechanobiologically inspired platforms in microfluidics and wearable microdevices to better detect, diagnose and treat diseases. We have won numerous research awards and honors and have also spun out several startup companies to translate technologies from our lab to bedside and market. We are affiliated with the iHealthtech, Mechanobiology Institute, Centre for Advanced 2D Materials and SMART.


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MechBioEng Lab

T-Lab, #08-03, 5A Engineering Drive 1
Dept of Biomedical Engineering
NUS, Singapore 117411
Tel: (65) 6516 6564
Fax: (65) 6773 2205