Taleieh Rajabi began her studies of mechanical engineering October 2004 at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Since 2010 she works in the fields of Microfluidic and BioMEMS and deals with the development of microfluidic systems for biomedical research. In March 2014, she earned her PhD degree and continued her work at IMT as a postdoc to März 2015 with the optimization of a microfluidic chip and the expansion of its capabilities to other biomedical fields, as well as the analysis of its market potential. Until september 2019 she workd in addition of Microfluidics and BioMEMS in area Organ-on-chip and Point of care Diagnostic and has successfully managed many projects. since October 2019 she work at Xenios AG (Fresenius Medical Care).
Honors and awards
- 2nd Prize at NEULAND - The KIT Innovation Competition, 2017
Title: Sensor chip for the early diagnosis of an acute heart attack
- 3rd Prize at NEULAND - The KIT Innovation Competition, 2015
Title: Microfluidic system for in vitro examinations for the formation and treatment of vascular stonoses with the aid of medical devices
Introduction of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) Enabling the Fabrication of In Vitro Models for Medical or Pharmaceutical Application, T. Rajabi*, T. Finkbeiner*, R. Ahrens, R. Garschagen, A. E. Guber, MicroTAS 2018, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Investigation of infectious diseases using a novel in vitro diagnostic microfluidic chip, T. Rajabi et al., Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering.
In vitro diagnosis of infectious diseases using a Microfluidic chip, T. Rajabi et al., Mikrosystemtechnik Congresses, München.
Untersuchung des endothelialen Wachstums innerhalb eines mikrofluidischen Systems zur Nachbildung physiologischer Barrieren mit integrierter Sensorik, T. Rajabi, R. Ahrens, V. Huck, M. März, H. Gantenbein, S. Schneider, H. Schroten, A. Guber., Mikrosystemtechnik Kongresses, Karlsruhe.
Investigation of endothelial growth using a sensors-integrated microfluidic system to simulate physiological barriers, T. Rajabi, R. Ahrens, V. Huck, M. März, H. Gantenbein, S. Schneider, H. Schroten, A. Guber, Biomedical Engineering, Volume1, Issue 1, 14-17.
Entwicklung eines mikrofluidischen Zweikammer-Chipsystems mit integrierter Sensorik für die Anwendung in der Tumorforschung, T Rajabi, KIT Scientific Publishing.
Two-chamber Microfluidic System Used as Artificial Blood Vessel for the Investigation of the Entire Migration Steps of Metastatic Intravascular Cancer Cells, T. Rajabi, V. Huck, R. Ahrens, M. C. Apfel, S. E. Kim, S. W. Schneider and A. E. Guber, 7th Iranian Student Conference on Mechanical Engineering-STU2013 19-21, School of Mechanical Eng., University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, (best paper), Encyclopedia of Civil Engineering, ISBN 978-600-91530.
Development of a microfluidic chip as artificial blood capillary vessel with integrated impedance sensors for application in cancer research, Proceedings of 2013 International Conference on Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, T. Rajabi, R. Ahrens, J. Fauser, V. Huck, S. W. Schneider, A. E. Guber, Marina del Rey, California, USA, S. 216-217, ISBN 978-0-9743611-8-5.
Investigation of endothelial growth using a polycarbonate based a microfluidic chip as artificial blood capillary vessel with integrated impedance sensors for application in cancer research, T. Rajabi, V. Huck, R. Ahrens, C. Bassing, J. Fauser, S. W. Schneider and A. E. Guber, Proceedings of 2013 International Conference of the 17th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, 1809-1811, ISBN 978-0-9798064-6-9.
Development of a novel two-channel microfluidic system for biomedical applications in cancer research, T. Rajabi, V. Huck, R. Ahrens, M. C. Apfel, S. E. Kim, S. W. Schneider and A. E. Guber, Biomed Tech, 57 (S1), 921-922.
Development of a microfluidic system based on polycarbonate as an artificial blood capillary vessel for medical application in cancer research, T. Rajabi, V. Huck, R. Ahrens, M. C. Apfel, S. E. Kim, S. W. Schneider and A. E. Guber, Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Microfluidics-Heidelberg, (selection of the best long papers).
“Mikrofluidischer Chip mit mikrofluidischem Kanalsystem”, DE 10 2011 112 638 B4.
“Ablationskatheter mit integriertem Multielektrodenarray”, DE 10 2016 011 799.0.