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This September, we embarked on a 10-day trip, crossing oceans and continents to visit University of Queensland and work with our collaborators, a team led by Prof. Warwick Bowen. Together we measured intracellular activities with a new label-free optical microscopy. … Continue reading
Our paper “Membrane ruffling is a mechanosensor of extracellular fluid viscosity (PDF version: https://go.nature.com/3oyIXXB)” published today is also highlighted at the Nature Physics News and Views article “Ruffled in water, smooth in honey” . We thank Drs. Laura M. Faure … Continue reading
Matt successfully defended his thesis and earned his doctorate today. It has been a long and hard journey but Matt got through all the extraordinary challenges brought by experiments, publication process and the pandemic with perseverance and courage. We are … Continue reading
We welcome the latest addition to MEOW lab, Daniel Yan, a recent graduate from University of Michigan . With his contagious enthusiasm, Daniel will study cell mechanics. We look forward to working with you, Daniel! Also, what an opportune time … Continue reading
After months and months of blood, toil, tears and sweat, Matt’s masterpiece about why cells migrate faster in very viscous fluids has been accepted to be published in Nature Physics. We are very proud of your beautiful work, but we … Continue reading
Seungman accepted the offer from University of Nevada Las Vegas – a good research school on the rise. Congratulations! We wait to hear wonderful news about novel findings, big papers, bigger funding from you, Seungman!
We are very very happy to celebrate Wei-Hung’s successful defense that concluded his super-productive PhD training. It has been a journey full of challenges but also of rewarding moments. We are lucky to have Wei-Hung in the lab. He is … Continue reading
Junjie passes his GBO exam today and is one step closer to become Dr. Chen. Congratulations!
We congratulate Jen for passing the departmental DQE, kicking off her second year of PhD study with a bang! We look forward brilliant findings as you use the well-learned skills to apply to our research.