Biophysical and technological fluid mixing at the University of Rochester
116 & 112 Hopeman Engineering Building

OPENINGS: We're seeking a postdoctoral researcher to design, build, and run rotating convection experiments.
WELCOME! Xiaomai joins the team this summer.
PUBLISHED: Our paper “Restoration of cervical lymphatic vessel function in aging rescues cerebrospinal fluid drainage” will appear in Nature Aging. Our paper Gaps in the wall of a perivascular space act as valves to produce a directed flow of cerebrospinal fluid: A hoop-stress model has been published in J. R. Soc. Interface. Our paper Potentiating glymphatic drainage minimizes post-traumatic cerebral edema has been published in Nature.

Fluid mixing is both beautiful and devilishly difficult to understand, predict, or control. We study how fluid flows and the materials they carry change over space and time, primarily with application to cerebrospinal fluid flow in the brain and to liquid metals technologies.

Douglas H. Kelley Kimberly Boster Yisen Guo Kevin Wagner Yasser Abdelshafy Yiming Gan Keelin Quirk Aditya Ranjan Athan Sanders Mohammad Vaezi Xiaomai Wang Devin Wong
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U of R shield We are grateful for support from the National Institutes of Health. We are grateful for support from the Army.