Biomedical Microfluidics & Nanotechnology Lab

Our mission is to develop analytical tools and molecular biomarkers for quantitative analysis of dynamic and heterogeneous molecular processes underlying complex biological systems. Drawing on chemistry, molecular/cell biology, engineering, and materials science, we strive to advance quantitative biology and personalized medicine through technology innovation and translational research. For more details please visit our Research page.


Positions Available

We are inviting postdoctoral scholars, graduate and undergraduate students to join us. For details, please visit the Position page.


Funding Sources

Our research is currently supported by the University of Kansas, the J.R. & Inez Jay Fund, the NIH COBRE Center For Cancer Experimental Therapeutics (CCET) Program, National Cancer Institute (NCI) Innovative Molecular Analysis Technologies Program (IMAT)


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