Our multidisciplinary research group focuses on nano-micro-macro scale devices for biomedical applications. We develop and deploy innovative materials, devices and systems to enable next-generation medical diagnosis and life science research. By harnessing the unique physical, chemical and biological properties in nano/micro/macro scale electronic, optic, photonic and fluidic devices, we aim to address healthcare and biomedicine challenges existing today.
[Ph.D. Positions for Fall 2019 Available] We invite the most motivated and talented Ph.D. candidates to join us. Our group is affiliated with both Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Department. Check here for more details.