My research interests lie at the intersection of micro/nanotechnology and life sciences, with an overarching goal to question and better understand how the biological system functions. The hypothesis is that by using the unique phenomena at the micro and nano-length scales and by shrinking devices down to a scale comparable to typical biological system, fundamental biological questions can be addressed.

Current research interests include:

  • Nanobioelectronics
  • Microsystems and Nanotechnology Tools for Disease Diagnostics and Tissue Engineering
  • Structure-property relationship in nanostructures
  • Environmental Sensing
  • 3D System integration