- Bioprinting – Advance the theoretical and practical basis of bioprinting tissue-like constructs or scaffolds for biomedical engineering applications.
- Tissue Engineering – Develop scaffold-based methods/strategies for tissue/organ injury treatment and organoid development.
- Combating Infectious Diseases – Develop tissue/viral disease models (or scaffolds)-based methods/strategies for virus discovery and drug/vaccine development.
- Synchrotron Imaging – Develop synchrotron-based imaging technologies for non-invasive visualization and tracking of scaffold-treated tissue regeneration in vivo (in animal models and eventually in human patients).
- Mechatronics – Develop novel methods to design, model, and control complicated mechatronic systems/ processes, including nano-positioning systems.
Current Teaching Courses
- ME 431: Control Systems I
- ME 475: Introduction to Mechatronics
- ME 828: Design and Fabrication of Tissue Scaffolds
- ME 862: Analysis & Synthesis of Linear Control Systems
- BIOE 820: Tissue Engineering
Opens of PhD/MSc Students, PDF, Undergraduate Students in Bioprinting, Tissue Engineering, Combating Infectious Diseases, Synchrotron-based Biomedical Imaging, and Mechatronics.
Eligibility Requirements: Highly motivated individual with BSc/MSc/PhD in engineering/medicine/life sciences, and strong written and oral communication skills. Research experience in above areas is an asset.
If you are interested, please send your curriculum vitae (with GPA and publications) and a description of your research interests/plan to Dr. Chen at email@example.com
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