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The Cima Lab is an interdisciplinary group that develops diagnostics and treatments aimed at improving human health. 

The Ovarian Cancer Project aims to develop implantable chemotherapy devices that improve ovarian cancer care.
The Hydration Sensor Project aims to develop miniaturized NMR sensors to detect fluid status/hydration state.

Our laboratory has expertise in advanced forming technologies for complex macro and micro devices, such as colloid science, MEMS and other micro components, magnetic resonance-based diagnostics, as well as high-throughput development methods for formulations of materials and pharmaceutical formulations. We are focused on diagnostics and treatments for cancer, fluid disorders, metabolic diseases, trauma, and urological disorders.