Patents

The following is a selected list of our issued, allowed, or published patents:

  1. Chan, E.Y., Sharpe, J.Z. Optical Block. US Patent  9,835,542
  2. Chan, E.Y., Chan, M.Z. Microfluidic Passive Mixing Chip. US Patent 9,194,780
  3. Chan, E.Y. Jeon, K.S. Biomedical Instrument.  US Patent 752,240.
  4. Chan, E.Y., Chan, M.Z. Multicoded Analytical Nanostrips. US Patent No. 9,568,425
  5. Chan, E.Y. Bae, M. PEG-Based Microparticles. US Patent No. 9,617,383
  6. Chan, E.Y., Chan, M.Z. Sample Consumable and Loader. US Patent No. D785,781
  7. Chan, E.Y. Flow Based Clinical Analysis. US Patent Application No. 61/462,337
  8. Chan, E.Y. Fluidics Module. US Patent Application No. 20150283544.
  9. Chan, E.Y. Microparticle Multiplexing. US Patent Application No. 201550285729
  10. Sharpe, J.Z., Chan, E.Y. Capillary Manipulation of Clinical Samples. US Patent Application No. 20140165711

Publications

  1. Phipps, WS, Yin, Z, Bae, C, Sharpe, JZ, Bishara, AM, Nelson, ES, Weaver, AS, Brown, D, McKay, TL, Griffin, D, Chan, EY. Reduced-gravity Environment Hardware Demonstrations of a Prototype Miniaturized Flow Cytometer and Companion Microfluidic Mixing Technology. JOVE. 11/13/2014, Issue 93; doi: 10.3791/51743

  2. Gladding, PA, Cave, A, Zareian, M., Smith, K, Hussan, J, Hunter, P, Erogbogbo, F, Aguilar, Z, Martin, Chan, EY, Homer, ML, Shevade, A, Kassemi, M, Thomas, JD, Schlegel, TT. Open access integrated therapeutic and diagnostic platforms for personalized cardiovascular medicine. J. Pers. Med. 2013, 3(3), 203-237; doi:10.3390/jpm3030203.

  3. Chan, EY, Maiorca, K, Bae, C., Sharpe, N., Tripuraneni, V, Sharpe, J. Malaria β-haematin in blood results in synergistic attenuation enhancement: Studies with a conventional multimode reader and a custom LED device. Malaria World Journal. May 27, 2013 – 19:50.

Abstracts, Posters

1.    Bae, C. & Chan, E. rHEALTH Sensor: Shrinking a Hospital Test Center onto a Chip. in NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center, 2009).

2.    Bae, C., Bishara, A., Yin, Z. & Chan, E.Y. Universal In-Flight Health Diagnostic Technology: rHEALTH Sensor and Nanostrips. in USRA HRP (Houston, TX, 2010).

3.    Chan, E. et al. Performance of the rHEALTH Biomedical Sensor on Reduced Gravity Parabolic Flights. in 18th IAA Humans in Space Symposium (Houston, TX, 2011).

4.    Chan, E. et al. rHEALTH Sensor: Universal In-Flight Biomedical Analysis Technology. in 2012 Human Research Program Investigator’s Workshop (Houston, Texas, 2012).

5.    Chan, E. et al. rHEALTH Sensor: Universal In-Flight Biomedical Analysis Technology. in 2013 NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (Galveston, Texas, 2013).

6.    Chan, E. et al. Miniaturizing and Multiplexing Complex Biomedical Tests on the rHEALTH Sensor. NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (Galveston, Texas, 2014)

7.    Chan, E. et al. Continuous Wireless Vitals with the rHEALTH X Technology. NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (Galveston, Texas, 2015)

8.    E. Y. Chan, D. Eames, B. Bauer, M. Atkin, C. Bae, C. Han, A. Bell, S. Bearg, E.S. Nelson.  rHEALTH X Technology for Comprehensive Biomedical Analysis.  NASA Human Research Program Investigator’s Conference.   (Galveston, Texas, 2016)

Invited Talks

2015 AACC Emerging Clinical & Laboratory Diagnostics:  Pushing the Envelope, November 4-5, 2015, Los Angeles, CA

Ninth Annual Enabling Point-of-Care Diagnostics Conference, August 18-19, 2015, Washington, DC

2015 AACC Annual Meeting, July 26-30, 2015, Atlanta, GA

2012 Human Research Program Investigator’s Workshop, February 14-16 2012, Houston, TX

NASA Lab Analysis User Group Meeting, August 12 2012, Houston, TX

18th IAA Humans in Space, April 11-15 2011, Houston, TX

Grant Challenges in Global Health Meeting, October 24-27 2010, Seattle, WA

Cleveland Clinic Center for Space Medicine, December 2010, Cleveland, OH

Johnson Space Center Human Research Program, February 2010, Houston, TX

NASA Human Research Program Investigator’s Workshop, February 2010, Houston, TX

NASA Human Research Program Investigator’s Workshop, February 2009, League City, TX