Interdisciplinary nanomaterials engineer
I am currently serving as an Assistant Professor in both the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Department of Surgery at the University of California, Davis. My research group, the Laboratory for Cell Nanoengineering (LCN), primarily focuses on integrating nanotechnology, cell engineering, and bioimaging to enhance and optimize cell-based therapies, encompassing immunotherapy and stem cell therapy. Our approach involves engineering endogenous cells, such as T cells, NK cells, and stem cells, using functional nanomaterials to further advancements in cancer diagnosis and treatment. Prospective students and postdoctoral fellows are encouraged to explore my research program here. Should your research interests align well with the mission of LCN, I welcome you to reach out to me via email!