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Kim, Ashley

Professor Kim is an Associate Professor at Santa Clara University. Professor Kim is a mechanical engineer by training with an emphasis on the integrated microfluidic systems for biotechnologies. She graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with her Ph.D. and Certificate in College and University Teaching (CCUT) in 2009. Professor Kim joined the Bioengineering faculty at Santa Clara University in 2009.

Current Research Interests

Prof. Kim's research interests involve the investigation of integrated microfluidic systems to address challenging needs in the biomedical applications.


  • BIOE 10 – Introduction to Bioengineering
  • BIOE 100 – Research Seminar
  • #BIOE 155 – Biological Transport Phenomena
  • #BIOE/ELEN 161/161Lab – Biosensors/Bioinstrumentation
  • #BIOE 174/ENGR 254 – Microfabrication and Microfluidics for Bioengineering Applications
  • #BIOE 194 – Senior Design Project I
  • #BIOE 195 – Senior Design Project II
  • #BIOE 196 – Senior Design Project III
  • #BIOE 276 – Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip

Indicates courses that Dr. Kim created and taught for the first time at Santa Clara University

For a list of Bioengineering course descriptions, visit the Undergraduate Course Descriptions page or the Graduate Course Descriptions page.


  • David Packard Junior Fellow, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, September 2009 – August 2011
  • Jeff and Karen Miller Fellow, Center for Science, Technology and Society, 2011 – 2013
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Education Partnership Program Fellowship (2005-2009)
  • UCSB Merit Fellowship of Mechanical Engineering Department (2004)
  • KAIST Chancellor’s Fellowship
Ashley Kim, Bioengineering

Associate Professor, Department of Bioengineering
Director, Center for Nanostructures