- Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Stevens Institute of Technology Mechanical Engineering, 2011 (Advisor: Dr. Souran Manoochehri)
- M.S. and B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, Wuhan University, 2005/2002
- 4/2022 – current, Co-director, Center for SMART Health
- 8/2019 – current, Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University
- 8/2014 – 7/2019, Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University
- 4/2011 – 7/2014, Postdoctoral Associate, MIT (Advisors: Drs. Subra Suresh and Ming Dao)
- Researcher of the Year Award at the rank of Associate Professor, FAU (2022)
- Engineers’ Council STEM Educator Award (2019)
- Researcher of the Year Award at the rank of Assistant Professor, FAU (2018)
- Faculty Research Mentoring Program award, FAU (2015)
- NIH mHealth Scholar, NIH-UCLA (2015)
- James Harry Potter Award for outstanding performance in doctorate program, Stevens Institute of Technology (2011)
High School Student
- Diya Jain, Pine Crest School
High School Student
- Deeksha Kumaresh, American Heritage School
The Living Devices & Biosensors Lab invites highly motivated students to apply for following positions:
Graduate research assistants (RA)
To work on microfluidics and biotechnology projects that integrate engineering and life sciences at the micro/nano scale. Student with a master’s degree in Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Biomedical, Bioengineering or related disciplines are preferred. Prior education/research experience in life sciences, biomaterials, mechanics, microfluidics, sensors, micro-fabrication, or electronics are big advantages. Please apply if you are admitted to FAU or a current student at FAU. To apply, please email CV and a brief research statement to Prof. Sarah Du at firstname.lastname@example.org. Evaluation of candidates will begin immediately.
Undergraduate research assistants
Interested and highly motivated students are encouraged to contact Prof. Sarah Du at email@example.com regarding the opportunities of Directed Independent Research and Research Internships.
Post-Doc research associate (closed)
Requires a PhD preferably in materials science, mechanical, electrical, biomedical, bioengineering, or a related field. Experience in at least one of the following areas is required: hands-on experience in microfabrication, instrumentation, microfluidics, and biosensors. Highly motivated and responsible, with a passion in fundamental research. Must be able to work with a multidisciplinary group of students and faculty. To apply, email Prof. Sarah Du at firstname.lastname@example.org a brief summary of research interests, CV, three representative publications, and two references (names and contact information). Evaluation of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.