Associate Professor Donald Wlodkowic has undertaken multidisciplinary research into the development of enabling microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip and bioMEMS technologies.
His research has applications in biomedicine, diagnostics, environmental monitoring, ecotoxicology and laboratory automation.
During his time at the University of Auckland, his work attracted substantial research investment and his collaboration with a number of industrial partners led to opportunities for commercialisation of these technologies.
Associate Professor Wlodkowic is originally from Poland, completed his PhD in Finland and worked in Scotland before moving to New Zealand. He was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellowhip in 2012 and joined the School of Science.