Faculty Reza Ghodssi
, Hossein Abianeh, Vivian Borbash, Brian Holt, Joshua Levy, Michael Straker, Justin Stine, Luke Beardslee, Jay Pasricha
Micro and Nanosystems
The project, “Capsule-Based Bioimpedance Sensing for Inflammatory Biomarker Detection in Gastrointestinal Tract,” is part of a long-term MSAL research focus on developing a flexible ingestible capsule with sensors that can gather data on the underlying mechanisms of inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract. Such a device could someday aid in unlocking how a combination of genetic, microbiome, immune system and environmental factors influence chronic auto-immune inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
This research poster was presented at the 2022 Hilton Head Workshop, sponsored by the Transducer Research Foundation.