About the Facility

Heart on a chip model. Researchers in Prof. Brian Timko’s lab have fabricated a bioelectronic heart on a chip model to study the effects of hypoxia on cardiac function.

Providing micro/nanofabrication and characterization capabilities to both the Tufts community and external clients. To become a lab user or for information regarding lab services, please contact us. We welcome all – ethnicities, races, genders, identities, orientations, abilities – and are committed to the university's goals of diversity, equity and inclusion.

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