Using Microfluidic Chips to Study Flow in the Brain
From Emily Roediger
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Collaborators from the University of Virginia visit BEAM researcher Jenny Munson for a little shared lab time. Using a microfluidic chip developed by Rebecca Pompano's lab, the researchers induced interstitial flow in small splices of brain. Eventually, they'll use these devices to study flow in glioblastoma, or brain cancer.