Biomedical engineer with 5+ years of
research and design experience in mechanical devices including microfluidics for
stem cell-tissue engineering application.
Diverse academic background with strong conceptual problem solving skills in the areas spanning from biophysics to computational programming.
Hands on experience in cutting edge
optical detection of live single cell. Expertise in design of experiment (DOE), data
analysis with hands on skills on bio-material as well as cell and tissue characterization.
Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering2015Florida International University － Miami, FL, USABiomedical Engineering Dissertation title "Regulation of Bone Marrow mesenchymal Stem Cells through Oscillatory Shear Stresses - A Heart Valve Tissue Engineering Perspective"
Master of Science, Applied Physics2005University of Massachusetts － Boston, MA, USAProject title: "Expression, Purification and Crystallography of Breast Cancer associated proteins BRCA1 and BRDA1"