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Research Positions Available
Research positions are currently available at a number of levels:
  • Post-doctoral associate. Interested parties should send CV to bk88@cornell.edu.
  • Graduate research assistant. Interested parties should apply to the Cornell Mechanical Engineering graduate program via the Cornell Grad School Website. Be sure to indicate your interest in our research group.
  • M.Eng. students and undergrads. Interested parties should start by emailing Prof. Kirby with a resume and research interests; then they should visit Prof. Kirby in 238 Upson Hall.
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics in 
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Micro/Nanofluidics Laboratory, Brian Kirby, XXX
Julia at work in the lab, implementing novel micropumps for use with circulating tumor cell microdevices, 2012.
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics in 
Cornell Mechanical Engineering Dept.  
Micro/Nanofluidics Laboratory, Brian Kirby, Fredrik Thege, Erica Pratt, Alex Barbati
(L-R) Erica, Alex, and Fredrik celebrate Kirbylab Spring Cleaning 2013.
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics in 
Cornell Mechanical Engineering Dept.  
Micro/Nanofluidics Laboratory, Brian Kirby, Peppe Galletti at the AACR 2012 conference
Peppe at the 2012 AACR meeting, presenting a poster on his work with circulating tumor cell capture microdevices for metastatic breast cancer.
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics in 
Cornell Mechanical Engineering Dept.  
Micro/Nanofluidics Laboratory, Stacy Yee
Here Stacy (Summer 2008) works on her pipetting skills, with application to microfluidic neuron culture substrates.