Unyoung (Ashley) Kim is Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at Santa Clara University where she serves as the Director of the Biological Micro/Nanosystems Laboratory. Her research interests involve the investigation of integrated microfluidic systems to address challenging needs in biomedical applications. She is also a member of the SCU Frugal Innovation Laboratory where she leads the Global Health Lab working on several projects to develop diagnostic platforms for environment/health monitoring for under-served communities and emerging markets.
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