We are a new lab interested in nanotechnology with biological applications. We create nanoelectromechanical systems and microfluidic platforms to study the dynamics of biological nanopores and nanostructures at single-molecule level.
Join our team in 2020. We currently have an open position for a PhD student with a background in biophysics, biochemistry, nanotechnology, or similar to work on acoustic actuation of mechanosensitive protein ion channels. Details can be found here
We also welcome applications from talented and enthusiastic master students to start projects in our lab.
Nanofabrication and microfluidics
Single-molecule conductance and fluorescence measurements