Use of flow cytometry in environmental microbiology, quantitative cytogenetics, chromatin organization in the interphase nucleus, flow cytometry instrumentation, sorting of clinical samples, high-throughput analysis of biological samples, single-molecule detection by fluorescence, genome sequencing and mapping strategies, single-cell genomics.
Developed the MoFlo®, inFlux® and Jazz® cell sorters
Technology and software developed by van den Engh has been licensed by:
Bachelor of Science, Biophysics, 1969, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
Doctoral degree (M.S.) (cum laude), Biophysics, 1972, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
Doctorate (Ph.D.) (cum laude), Medicine, May 1976, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands