YongTae Kim holds up microfluidic chip

YongTae Kim holds up microfluidic chip

Georgia Tech biomedical engineering researcher YongTae "Tony" Kim led the development of the blood-brain-barrier on a chip. Here, be is holding up a microfluidic device that mimics a microvessel from other research. Kim is the recipient of the esteemed NIH Director's New Innovator Award for his proposal on high-throughput research to tackle new possible new treatments for atherosclerosis. Kim is also developing a human-coronary-artery-on-a-chip. Credit: Georgia Tech / Christopher Moore

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