Spectroscopies depict the structures of molecules, digging into the core of chemistry. Single-molecule techniques delineate the individual behavior of molecules, decoding the mysteries of biophysical processes at the most fundamental level. Leveraging both tools, we are interested in developing a powerful technique to push scientific cognitive limits and provide distinctive perspectives for controversies in mechanistic investigations. Our research interests include single-molecule manipulation and spectroscopy; protein folding, misfolding and aggregation; biomimetic and biocompatible materials; big data analysis in biophysical chemistry.


Several graduate student positions and postdoctoral positions are available!

Study the Small to Make Big Impacts