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Mark Miller
02-06-1999, 02:46 AM
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Microfluid Mechanics Laboratory
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT

Graduate fellowships are available for Fall 1999 to prospective students
interested in pursuing graduate research in bio-fluid dynamics in the
Microfluid Mechanics Laboratory at the University of Vermont. This
solicitation is open to those students wishing to pursue either a master's
or doctoral degree. Current research projects include:

1. Dynamics of branching blood flows in microfabricated artificial
microvascular networks
2. Three-dimensional imaging of microcirculatory flows using confocal
microscopy and image reconstruction techniques
3. In vitro characterization of red blood cell aggregate
4. Rheology and transport properties of artificial blood substitutes

Additional details can be found on the internet at

Prospective students should contact:
Darren L. Hitt, Ph.D.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
209B Votey Building
University of Vermont
Burlington VT 05405

Phone: 802.656.1940
Email: darren.hitt@uvm.edu

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