Electrical-based microfluidic sensors for medical, biopharmaceutical, and environmental applications; Bioelectromagnetics.


Microfluidics, Lab-on-a-Chip, Dielectric characterization of biological systems, Bioelectromagnetics, Microwave engineering.

Research description

Dr. Salimi is the principal investigator of the Biosensors Research Lab in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Manitoba. Her research focuses on developing microfluidic sensors for detection and manipulation of biological cells and biomolecules. Her research group has developed several electrical-based methods for label-free analysis of biological phenomena such as apoptosis and electroporation. Her lab is equipped with microfluidic device fabrication apparatuses, cell culture equipment, and microwave and electronic measurement systems.

Graduate Student Opportunities

Dr. Salimi does not have any graduate student opportunities available at this time.

Selected Publications