Sreejith Kamalalayam Rajan received his PhD degree from Griffith University in 2020. He research is focused on liquid marble based digital microfluidics with the emphasis on point-of-care diagnostics. He is developing handheld devices for PCR and LAMP reactions for the amplification and detection of RNAs and DNAs. His currently developing a handheld point-of-care device for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 virus using LAMP technique.
Dr. Navid Kashaninejad, 2017 to 2016, PhD (Nanyang Technological University), currently ARC DECRA Fellow (2022-2024) at QMNC, Griffith University.
Dr. Jun Zhang, 2013-2015, PhD (University of Wollongong), currently ARC DECRA Fellow (2021-2023) at QMNC, Griffith University.
Dr. Hoang Phuong Phan, 2016-2019, PhD (Griffith University), currently ARC DECRA Fellow (2020-2022), Senior Lecturer, UNSW
Dr. Chin Hong Ooi, 2017-2019, PhD (Griffith University), currently ARC DECRA fellow (2020-2022) at QMNC, Griffith University
Dr. Raja Vadivelu, 2017-2019, PhD (Griffith University), currently JSPS Fellow at University of Tokyo.
Dr. Say Hwa Tan, 2015 to 2016, BSc, Meng (Nanyang Technological University), PhD (Max Plank Institute, University of Goettingen), ARC DECRA Fellow (2017-2019) at QMNC, Griffith University
Dr. Yap Yit Fatt, 2006-2009, BSc, MEng (University of Technology Malaysia), PhD (NTU), Droplet based microfluidics, currently Assistant Professor, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Dr. Patrick Abgrall, 2006-2008, BSc (University of Renne), MSc(University of Renne), PhD(Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France), Nanochannels and nanofluidic technologies, currently with FORMULACTION, Toulouse, France.
Dr. Sohel Murshed, 2007-2008, BSc (Bangladesh Institute of Technology), MEng (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology), PhD (NTU), Currently Professor at University of Lisbon, Portugal.