Principal Investigator
Sindy K.Y. Tang, Ph.D.
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University

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The micro-nano-bio lab under the direction of Prof. Sindy Tang aims to develop innovative micro and nanoscale devices that enable precise manipulation, measurement, and recapitulation of biological systems, in order to understand the "rules of life" and accelerate precision medicine and material design for a future with better health and environmental sustainability.

Open Positions:
PhD students (multiple)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow – microfluidics & immunology. A joint postdoc position between the labs of Sindy Tang, Stephen Galli, and Kari Nadeau, is immediately available in the area of microfluidics and food allergy. We are looking for a candidate with a background in microfluidics for blood-based lymphocyte analysis. This position has exciting opportunities for learning human immunology, including gene expression and epigenetic analysis, with a focus on allergy and anaphylaxis.Drs. Galli and Nadeau are among the world’s foremost experts in allergy and immunology. The project will be performed in close collaboration with the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford. For details, please see here.



We acknowledge support from the following sponsors:
       
       

News



06.01.2022
Welcome Kaiser to our team!

05.26.2022
New paper on isolation of rarest WBC in 10 min! Check out Stanford news story about our work here.

02.17.2022
Lab ski trip and retreat @Tahoe!

11.13.2020
Sindy gave a talk at the BPPB (Biological Physics/Physical Biology) virtual seminar on microfluidic platform for single-cell wound repair! Check out the video here.

7.15.2019
Sindy gave a lecture on The Unofficial Hitchhiker’s Guide to Cellular Engineering at CCC summer course!

7.15.2019
Great video capturing our single-cell wound repair work featuring Luke and Seth!

11.03.2018
We had a great time talking and demo'ing science at the Bay Area Science Festival at AT&T Park!

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