Rohan Vasisht participated in the Spring 2017 Poster Exhibition on Engineering Research (PEER) and WON the third place in the underclassmen division. Congratulations to Rohan!!
Dr. Yeh chaired two sessions and presented at the 2017 IEEE-NEMS conference – "Characterization of binding kinetics in solution using 3D single-molecule tracking techniques".
Allen received $1000 student travel award from the 2017 Single-Cell Biophysics Conference in Taiwan. Congratulations!
Dr. Yeh served as a judge at the 2017 Design Competition hosted by BMES.
Cong successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled "Single-molecule tracking and its application in biomolecular binding detection". Congratulations to Dr. Liu!
Nina received travel award from the 2017 q-bio summer school. Congratulations!
Rohan Vasisht won a Spring 2017 Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations!
Dr. Yeh gave an invited seminar in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department at University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Our lab received $25k grant from the Texas 400 Foundation.
Dr. Yeh presented in the 2017 BPS conference – "LNA thymidine monomer enables differentiation of the four single-nucleotide variants by melting temperature".
Dr. Yeh served as a judge at the Poster Session at GAIN 2017.
Judy Obliosca left our lab after 4 years and 2 months. Her new position is the Research Scientist in Luna NanoWorks Division at Luna Innovations. We wish her the best luck in the new job.
Dr. Yeh presented the TSUNAMI microscope in the 2017 Quantitative BioImaging meeting.
Dr. Yeh attended the NCI-IMAT PI meeting.
Dr. Yeh received a US patent on "Compositions and methods for detecting single nucleotide polymorphisms" (U.S. patent 9,499,866).
Dr. Yeh spoke to BME first-year interest groups (FIG) about his research.
Karena Yu won a Fall 2016 Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations!
Dr. Yeh spoke to 9 Wolf Boy Scouts (Den 10, Pack 371) about his job as a professor in Patsy Sommer Elementary School.
Dr. Yeh gave an invited seminar in the Electrical and Computer Department at University of Minnesota.
Dr. Yeh gave an invited seminar in the Bioengineering Department at Rice University.
Dr. Yeh presented in the 2016 ACS fall meeting – "Multicolor three-dimensional tracking of receptor tyrosine kinases".
Dr. Yeh presented at the special session dedicated to Dr. Richard Keller (Pioneering Single Molecule Detection under Ambient, Aqueous Conditions: A Tribute to Richard Keller) in the 2016 ACS fall meeting – "Few-atom silver cluster-based activatable probes for biosensing".
The dissertation committee approved Allen's proposal. Congratulations!
Dr. Yeh gave an invited seminar in the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences at Academia Sinica.
Dr. Yeh gave an invited seminar in the Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Nanomedicine (IBEN) at National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) in Taiwan.