Aaron R. Wheeler

Aaron Wheeler

Aaron Wheeler | Professor & Canada Research Chair, Bioanalytical Chemistry
BS (Furman U), PhD (Standford)

Main Appointments

  • Department of Chemistry
  • Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Additional Appointments

  • Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research (CCBR)

Contact Information

Office: CCBR, 170 College Street, Room 410

+1 416 946-3864 (office)
aaron.wheeler@utoronto.ca (email)
Wheeler Microfluidics Laboratory (web)


Research Themes

Research Interests

Research is focused on the development of lab-on-a-chip techniques for high throughput proteomics and drug discovery.

Select Publications

Digital microfluidics with impedance sensing for integrated cell culture and analysis. Shih SC, Barbulovic-Nad I, Yang X, Fobel R, Wheeler AR. Biosens Bioelectron. 2012 Oct 26.

Digital Microfluidic Magnetic Separation for Particle-Based Immunoassays. Ng AH, Choi K, Luoma RP, Robinson JM, Wheeler AR. Anal Chem. 2012 Sep 26.

Digital Microfluidic-Hydrogel Microreactors for Proteomics. Luk VN, Fiddes LK, Luk VM, Kumacheva E, Wheeler AR. Proteomics. 2012 May. 12(9):1310-8.

Dried blood spot analysis by digital microfluidics coupled to nanoelectrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Shih SC, Yang H, Jebrail MJ, Fobel R, McIntosh N, Al-Dirbashi OY, Chakraborty P, Wheeler AR. Analytical Chemistry 2012, 84, 3731-3738.

Virtual Microwells for Digital Microfluidic Reagent Dispensing and Cell Culture. Eydelnant IA, Uddayasankar U, Li B, Liao MW, Wheeler AR. Lab on a Chip. 2012 Feb 21. 12(4):750-7.

Combinatorial Synthesis of Peptidomimetics Using Digital Microfluidics. Jebrail MJ, Assem N, Mudrik JM, Dryden MDM, Lin K, Yudin AK, Wheeler AR.  Journal of Flow Chemistry 2012, 2, 103-107.

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