Research Opportunity

Research Opportunity

Our lab is highly interdisciplinary and is always seeking skilled, motivated, and team-oriented individuals to join our dynamic group. If you are interested in working with our lab or would like more information, please send a resume to Professor Ding (

Postdoc Our lab has several openings for postdoc with lab-on-a-chip, computational biology, combinatorial drug development, microfluidics skills. Individuals expertise in cell culture, micro fabrication, computational biology, and biosensors are welcomed to submit your resume to (

Graduate Graduate students from backgrounds in engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, and materials science are encouraged to apply to our lab. For international students (Non-Chinese citizens), once admitted to our lab, we have >95% chance (almost guaranteed) to issue you a full scholarship. For more information about the international graduate admission process, please refer to (

Undergraduate Undergraduate students are encouraged to contact Professor Ding or directly contact current graduate students and post-docs about potential research projects. Undergraduates can receive directed research credits for working alongside current graduate students and post-docs and we will list potential opportunities as they arise. We also participate in the PRP program during the school year, and also encourage interested undergrads to work in our lab through summer research programs or internships.





Professor Xianting Ding


Single Cell Handing; CyTOF; Mass Spectrum Imaging; Microfluidics; Personalized/Precision Medicine

Deputy Director, Institute for Personalized Medicine; Professor, School of Biomedical Engineering; Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports and SLAS Technology(JALA)

Professor Chih-Ming Ho


Bio-nano Technology; Micro/Nano Fluidics; Turbulence; Bio-Complex System Control

Distinguished Professor, School of Engineering, UCLA; Director, Institute for Personalized Medicine; Member, National Academy of Engineering; Member, Academia Sinica; Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; Fellow, American Physical Society

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