Ching-Wei Tsao

Ching-Wei Tsao obtained his B.S. in Material Science and Engineering, National Cheng Kung University in 2014. He is now a PhD student in Materials Science and Engineering and he joined the group in April, 2016. His research focuses on nanoelectronic devices for biosensing. Email: ctsao3 [at] asu [dot] edu

Student awarded: Sierra won CLAS Scholarship

Sierra-Rose Brown has received the Undergraduate Summer Enrichment (USE) Scholarship. The initial $1,500 will be award to her to pursue mentored research on the formation and migration of neuronal networks under the influence of local electric field stimulations. After presenting her work later at a CLAS poster symposium in March 2017 and a successful transition into scholarship …

New member: Dr. Zhuo Li visiting our lab

Dr. Zhuo Li will be visiting us for a year. He comes from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. We will work together on new ideas and designs of biosensors in physiological environments.

Dr. Zhuo Li

Dr. Zhuo Li was a visiting scholar from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2016.

Alexander Cochran

Alex is a graduate student in physics. He joined the group in September 2015 for a research rotation.

Adam Wang

Adam is an undergraduate student in biochemistry. He joined the group in September 2015.

New members join the group!

We would like to welcome new graduate member Alex Cochran, as well as new undergraduate members Sierra-Rose Brown, Kevin Kunitsky, Khurshid Siddiky, and Adam Wang to the group!

Sierra-Rose Brown

Sierra is an undergraduate student in medicinal biochemistry. She joined the group in September 2015, and graduated in May 2018.