As a professor in the School of Engineering, an associate member at Massey Cancer Center, and a member of the Center for Rehabilitation Science at Virginia Commonwealth University, he leads a research team that is developing a novel nanofluidic sensor system for cancer diagnostics and human-machine interfaces via skin-like electronic systems. He developed a specialty in fundamental and applied nanomechanics, soft materials, biomolecular interactions, and nano-micro fabrication with an emphasis on bio-interfaced nanoengineering. He strongly believes in, and shares with his students about his personal philosophy, “Be An Engineer to Change The World!”

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