Scholarship: Full benefits
Degree: BS, MS, PhD
Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: 2023 Fall
The Li Lab aims to engineer biologically interfaced machines, specifically miniaturized sensors and robots, which can seamlessly integrate and precisely interact with the biological systems, towards precision, ubiquitous, and affordable healthcare infrastructure.
We are particularly interested in fundamental sciences leading to new sensing and actuation principles, by exploring the spaces between traditionally different fields.
We also seek to develop scalable manufacturing methods to translate these inventions into ubiquitous diagnostics and therapeutics. Examples of our work include a soft bioelectronic neural interface for sensing neurotransmitters and hormones, microscale robots for targeted medicine delivery, and soft robots for safer human-machine interaction.
The group’s website: www.labli.net
- The main research interests are biomedical functional materials and devices, including: brain-computer interfaces, (flexible) bioelectronics, biosensors, (micro) robotics, etc.
- Students with backgrounds in science and engineering, especially biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical materials, analytical chemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, genetic engineering, and applied physics are welcome to join. We are currently recruiting for one full-award PhD student and one postdoctoral fellow for fall 2023. Michigan State University waives the application fee for PhD applicants and does not require GRE scores.
- Please send your CV and a cover letter stating your research interests to [email protected]