About Our Research
Our research is at the interface of polymer science, medicine, energy, and other advanced technologies areas. We study the underlying mechanisms of diseases including various cancers, and use nanotechnology to engineer better treatments and vaccines. We also focus on exploring new approaches to lithium ion and lithium air batteries, as well as the use of 3D printing to make medical devices. Central to our work is the PRINT nanoparticle fabrication technology invented in our lab, as well as the newly developed CLIP technology, a rapid 3D printing method.