Perry Research Group
Adam Murphy

Adam Murphy

Research Assistant

Biographical Statement

Adam Murphy graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering in 2017. He worked on the design and development of integrated microfluidic platforms to study pharmacokinetics of drugs in tumor spheroids as part of a collaborative project with Prof. Neil Forbes. Adam spent a summer interning with Babcock Power Inc., analyzing process logic, I/O lists, and piping and instrumentation diagrams for turbine systems. In his spare time, Adam enjoys playing intramural sports - soccer, volleyball, football – and reading science fiction novels like the Ender Saga.

Adam is now working as a Research and Development Associate Engineer at OpGen, where he will be conducting preliminary research and feasibility studies for in-vitro diagnostics development pertaining to clinical microbiology. He will also, be designing and executing experiments for product development under FDA/CE regulations. Additionally, he will be providing post-market product support to manufacturing units and vendors for our current microfluidic FISH (fluorescence in situ hybridization) assays that provide early pathogen identification for patients with bacterial bloodstream infections.