Henry T.K. Tse is a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA where he had also received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering in 2012 under the guidance of Dino Di Carlo. Prior to UCLA, he received his B.S. from UC San Diego in 2008. His research interests are applications of microfluidic technology in biomedicine and development of next generation biomarkers for diagnostics. In this Ph.D. he developed low-cost rapid single-cell cytometry biophysical assays for screening immune activation, stem-cell culture maintenance, and cancers. He continues to work on development of novel mechano-phenotyping tools for applications in personalized medicine.