密歇根州立大学，又译为密西根州立大学（Michigan State University; MSU），成立于1855年，坐落在美国密歇根州东兰辛市，是一所世界一流的公立研究型大学，美国大学协会成员，被誉为“公立常青藤”。
The Li Lab at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering at Michigan State University is recruiting multiple fully funded Postdocs and PhD students (2021) or visiting scholar.
The Li Lab (PI: Dr. Jinxing Li) focuses on creating miniaturized electronic and robotic devices for healthcare innovation. The research is highly cross-disciplinary. Researchers with any related STEM backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
About the Lab:
The Li Lab aims to develop cutting-edge bioengineering tools that can shift healthcare from the hospital to human-centered systems for scalable and affordable healthcare.
We address these challenges by developing miniaturized sensors and robots that can integrate human physiology in a minimally invasive way.
We enjoy working at the intersection of different disciplines.
We also seek to translate our inventions into practical diagnostictools and therapeutics.
About the PI:
Jinxing Li is an assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Institute for Quantitative Health Science & Engineering.
He joined MSU as part of the university’s Global Impact Initiative from Stanford University, where he did his postdoctoral research (Prof. Zhenan Bao Lab) on engineering soft materials to make devices for biomolecular sensing, neuromodulation, and adaptive locomotion.
He received his Ph.D. in NanoEngineering at UC San Diego (Prof. Joseph Wang Lab), where he worked on the emerging research field of micro/nanorobotics.
He was a visiting scholar at Bell Labs working on wearable telemedicine devices.
He received his B.S. in Huazhong University of Science and Technology and M.S. in Fudan University, both in Electrical Engineering.
He is a recipient of Siebel Scholar of Bioengineering, Materials Research Society Graduate Student Award, Dan David Prize Scholarship, American Chemical Society Division of Inorganic Chemistry Young Investigator Award, MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35, and 30 Rising Leaders in The Life Sciences.
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