Core Faculty Profile

David M. Kelso

David M. Kelso

Clinical Professor of Biomedical Engineering

2205 Tech Drive

Hogan 3-130

Evanston, IL 60208

kels( at )northwestern.edu

Research Interests

Medical instrumentation; biosensors; kinetics of antibody and DNA binding reactions in solution and on solid phases; pharmacokinetics; optimization of drug administration

Selected Publications

  • Jangam, Sujit R.; Agarwal, Abhishek K.; Sur, Kunal; Kelso, David M., “A point-of-care PCR test for HIV-1 detection in resource-limited settings”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, (2013)
  • Suresh, Aneesha; Harn, Cassandra; Pollack, Erica; Kroon, Max; Poluta, Mladen, “Novel device to conduct flash-heat treatment in efforts to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission in low-resource areas.”, Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Conference, (2012)
  • Suresh, Aneesha; Harn, Cassandra; Pollack, Erica; Kroon, Max; Poluta, Mladen, “Novel device to conduct flash-heat treatment in efforts to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission in low-resource areas”, Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, EMBS, (2012)
  • Brian E. Root;Abhishek K. Agarwal;David M. Kelso;Annelise E. Barron, “Purification of HIV RNA from Serum Using a Polymer Capture Matrix in a Microfluidic Device”, Analytical Chemistry, (2011)
  • R Ekins;D Kelso, “Single-Molecule ELISA”, Clinical Chemistry, (2011)
  • Arman Nabatiyan;Zaheer A. Parpia;Robert Elghanian;David M. Kelso, “Membrane-based plasma collection device for point-of-care diagnosis of HIV”, Journal of Virological Methods, (2011)
  • KELSO D M;AGARWAL A K;SUR K;BEEBE D J, “Assay system used for burstable liquid packaging, comprises liquid packaging component comprising liquid storage compartments, each comprising liquid and covered with burstable seal, seal bursting component and assay device”, , (2010)
  • JANGAM S;KELSO D M;MCFALL S;YAMADA D, “Kit used for processing biological sample, comprises sample processing device comprising membrane to retain nucleic acid and allow lysed red blood cells to flow through and buffer to lyse red blood cells retained on membrane”, , (2010)
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