Pablo E. Guevara Pantoja

(María Zambrano Fellow)


Electronic mail


Pablo Guevara studied Electronics Engineering at the Technological Institute of Lerdo (ITSL, Durango, Mexico). In 2019, he finished his Master and PhD in physics and biomedical engineering at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of IPN (Cinvestav-IPN, Monterrey, Mexico); herein, he worked with a very multidisciplinary group acquiring knowledge in bioassays and biophysics applied to microfluidic systems. Then in 2020, he started a CONACYT postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Research in Optics (CIO, Aguascalientes, Mexico) in collaboration with the Laboratory of Microtechnologies Applied to Biomedicine (LMAB Cinvestav, Mexico), working on the development of integrated serological and nucleic acid microfluidic devices for the detection of the SARS-CoV2 virus. In 2022, Pablo obtained a María Zambrano, postdoctoral fellowship to work in the Microfluidics Cluster UPV/EHU in Spain.


Pablo has acquired multidisciplinary experience developing biomedical devices and is looking to apply his knowledge to the solution or investigation in the medical field.


[1] R Rodriguez-Moncayo, DF. Cedillo-Alcantar, PE Guevara-Pantoja, OG Chavez-Pineda, JA Hernandez-Ortiz, JU Amador-Hernandez, G Rojas-Velasco, F Sanchez-Muñoz, D Manzur-Sandoval, LD Patino-Lopez, DA May-Arrioja, R Posadas-Sanchez, G Vargas-Alarcon, and JL Garcia-Cordero. “A high-throughput multiplexed microfluidic device for COVID-19 serology assays”. Lab on a chip 2021

[2] K. B. Reynoso-Hernandez, P. E. Guevara-Pantoja, and G. A. Caballero-Robledo. “Capture efficiency of magnetic nanoparticles through the compaction effect of a microparticles column”. Physical Review E 2021

[3] Pablo E. Guevara-Pantoja, Chavez-Pineda, O. G., Solis-Serrano, A. M., Garcia-Cordero, J. L., & Caballero-Robledo, G. A. “An affordable 3D-printed positioner fixture improves the resolution of conventional milling for easy prototyping of acrylic microfluidic devices”. Lab on a chip 2020 (link)

[4] Pablo E. Guevara-Pantoja, Margarita Sánchez-Domínguez, Gabriel A. Caballero-Robledo. “Micro–nanoparticles magnetic trap: Toward high sensitivity and rapid microfluidic continuous flow enzyme immunoassay”. Biomicrofluidics 2020, 14, 014111

[5] Pablo E. Guevara-Pantoja, Rocío Jiménez-Valdés, Jose García-Cordero and Gabriel Caballero-Robledo. “Pressure-actuated monolithic acrylic microfluidic valves and pumps”. Lab on a chip 2018, 18, 662-669

[6] Pamela Vázquez-Vergara, Aimee M Torres Rojas, Pablo E. Guevara-Pantoja, Eugenia Corvera Poiré and Gabriel A Caballero-Robledo. “Microfluidic flow spectrometer”. J. Micromech. Microeng 2017, 27, 077001.

[7] Pablo E. Guevara-Pantoja and Gabriel A. Caballero-Robledo. “Tuning finely the packing density of heavy microparticles in a microfluidic channel”. RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 24635-24639