Iwijn De Vlaminck
Precision measurements for infectious and immune- and microbiome-associated diseases; single-cell genomics
Current Research Interest
Genomics-based medicine technologies to study and diagnose infectious and immune-related disease in humans, including 1) liquid biopsies for infectious and immune-mediated disease, and 2) digital spatial profiling of microbiomes and infection in complex tissues; adaptation of biophysics and genomics approaches to biomedicine
Research Excellence Award, Cornell College of Engineering
Kenneth Rainin Foundation Synergy Award
Robert ’55 and Vanne ’57 Cowie Excellence in Teaching Award
National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award
Shi, Hao, Qiaojuan Shi, Benjamin Grodner, Joan Sesing Lenz, Warren R. Zipfel, Ilana Lauren Brito, and Iwijn De Vlaminck. “Highly Multiplexed Spatial Mapping of Microbial Communities.” Nature 588 (2020): 676–681.
Cheng, Alexandre Pellan, Matthew Pellan Cheng, Wei Gu, Joan Sesing Lenz, Elaine Hsu, Erwin Schurr, Guillaume Bourque, Mathieu Bourgey, Jerome Ritz, Francisco M. Marty, Charles Y. Chiu, Donald Cuong Vinh, and Iwijn De Vlaminck. “Cell-Free DNA Tissues-of-Origin by Methylation Profiling Reveals Significant Cell, Tissue and Organ-Specific Injury Related to COVID-19 Severity.” Med (2021).