Assistant Professor, Chemistry
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering
The Han Lab studies mechanobiology, particularly on how adherent cells can sense and respond to mechanical stiffness of the extracellular matrix.
To investigate this, we have established experimental and computational frameworks for force measurement and adhesion dynamics quantification.
Dean, College of Computing
Medical micro-Device Engineering Research Lab
The Medical micro-Device Engineering Research Lab group is interested in the development of medical diagnostic microdevices with a primary focus on human blood electrokinetics. Their goals are to develop portable, point of care tools that can provide rapid, quantitative results for disease diagnosis and monitoring.