Tommy Roussel

Assistant Professor, Bioengineering

About

Dr. Tommy Roussel joined the BE department as a tenure-track assistant professor in July 2015 after holding a term assistant professor position for one year in the department. His current research includes the development of Lab-on-a-Chip systems related to miniaturization of electrochemical analysis techniques, custom instrumentation and control electronics to support the study of wound irrigation in low gravity environments, and the development of locomotor training systems for pediatric patients with spinal cord injuries. He is a founding member of three startup companies created to commercialize technology developed at UofL including Assenti (Glaucoma), Ultra Trace Detection (explosives detection), and CoulSense (remote heavy metal sensing).

His BioInstrumentation and Controls Research & Development (BICRD) Lab is located in Lutz 304.