Professor of Bioengineering; Director, Biomolecular Nanotechnology Center; Co-Director, Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Cente
Research Areas: biophysics, bionanotechnology, biophotonics, and BioMEMS (biomedical micro electro mechanical systems)
The BioPOETS (Biologically-inspired Photonics & Optofluidic Electronics Technology and Science) group is focusing on quantum nanoplasmonics for in vivo molecular and cellular imaging; microfluidic cellular BASICs (Biological Application Specific Integrated Circuits) for quantitative cell biology; soft-state biological devices for single cell biophysics; nanobiotechnology for molecular diagnostics; BioMEMS and BioPOEMS (Biomolecular Polymeric Opto-Electro Mechanical Systems) for the digitalization of quantitative systems biology, systematic neuroscience, and molecular medicine.
Nanospectroscopy via Plasmon Resonance Energy Transfer. Nature Method, 4(12):1015-7, 2007.