We work at the interface between nanotechnology, chemistry and biology using nanostructures to create smart materials via molecular self-assembly. ​

  • Rationally designed nanomaterials for tissue engineering (chemical synthesis, 3-D bioprinting of organs/tissues, organs-on-a-chip)​
  • Fabrication of ultra-sensitive biomedical sensors (bionic sensors, biomarker detection)
  • Bench-to-bedside regenerative medical applications (cell therapy, stem cells, disease modeling)​