Bumsoo Han

Bumsoo Han

Bumsoo Han is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, and his research explores the biotransport phenomena for cancer therapy and tissue engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 2001....
Susan Leggett

Susan Leggett

Susan Leggett’s research integrates live-cell imaging, bioengineering, and machine learning to elucidate dynamic single and collective cell behaviors that drive cancer progression. Her research has established tools to reverse-engineer tumors and comprehensively...
Wenyan Mei

Wenyan Mei

Wenyan Mei received her BS in Biology from Sichuan University and her PhD in developmental biology from Shangai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her postdoctoral research in developmental genetics was conducted at the University...
Joaquín Rodríguez-López

Joaquín Rodríguez-López

Joaquín Rodríguez-López did his undergraduate studies at Tecnológico de Monterrey, where he performed research in electrochemistry with Prof. Marcelo Videa (2005). He then moved to nearby Texas to obtain a Ph.D. under the guidance of Prof. Allen J. Bard at the...
Sara Pedron Haba

Sara Pedron Haba

Pedron Haba has worked on establishing in vitro platforms for evaluating microenvironmental pressures impacting brain tumor growth and evolution. These efforts concentrate on the development of 3D hydrogel platforms as well as microfluidic forming technologies to...
Hua Wang

Hua Wang

Hua Wang’s laboratory aims to understand how cells can be manipulated and engineered to facilitate targeted delivery of therapeutics and regulate intercellular interactions, in order to improve and innovate therapies for cancers, injured tissues, autoimmune...
Gregory Underhill

Gregory Underhill

Gregory Underhill’s laboratory research is focused on studying cellular fate decisions, including in particular, the tissue development and engineering of the liver. These efforts are at the interface of cell and developmental biology, genomics, biomaterials,...
Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is an epidemiologist with an interest in co-morbidities. Smith has extensive training in statistics, with a specialization in longitudinal data analysis and a strong background in risk analysis and disease modeling. Smith has collaborated with other CCIL...
Jeffrey Moore

Jeffrey Moore

Jeffrey “Jeff” Moore’s research group is dedicated to the professional development of next-generation scientists and educators who will impact the world with their skills and knowledge. The group’s research integrates ideas from physical organic...
Deborah Leckband

Deborah Leckband

Deborah Leckband’s research group, The Biological Interfaces Group, uses surface modification, micro-patterning, and materials synthesis to precisely manipulate cell microenvironments. These powerful tools control concentration profiles of soluble factors...
Lawrence Schook

Lawrence Schook

Lawrence Schook is an international scholar of comparative genomics who has developed the Oncopig Cancer Model, a biomedical cancer model to help medical professionals better understand and treat the disease. The Oncopig Cancer Model (OCM) is a next-generation large...
Kim Selting

Kim Selting

Kim Selting has made major contributions to both human and veterinary oncology through development, design, and reporting in animal clinical trials and the application of radiation therapy to companion animals. During clinical research, Selting has explored the use of...