Delahanty’s professional and academic career has focused on the development and commercialization of microfluidic devices and instrumentation in the fields of infectious disease detection, companion diagnostics, foodbourne pathogen detection and advanced research tools. His expertise lies in the development of lab-on-chip devices, droplet microfluidics and system integration. Prior to joining the Wyss, he contributed to the commercial development of pneumatic, electromechanical and optical subsystems for use in automated nucleic acid amplification testing instrumentation. He earned his M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from University of Glasgow, specializing in embedded control systems for microfluidic droplet generation. Joining the Wyss as a member of the Biomimetics Microsystems group his interests lie in applying novel microfluidic devices to advance the capability of modeling, diagnosis and therapeutic discovery in complex biological systems.