MINIBIO

Micro & Nano Integrated Biosystem Laboratory

About MINIBio

Welcome to Carnegie Mellon University's Micro & Nano Integrated Biosystem (MINIBio) Laboratory. We aim at developing innovative micro and nano technologies, applying these technologies to provide engineering solutions to current and future healthcare, and studying complicated biological systems. At the same time, we strive to educate the next generation of bioengineers with cutting edge research, integrated education of engineering and biological sciences.

Recent Updates

Open positions for postdoctoral scholars, PhD students, MS students and undergraduate students.

Congratulations to Keng-Jung (KJ) Lee and Fahimeh Dehghandehnavi, both of whom won Outstanding Poster Award of the 4th Carnegie Mellon Forum on Biomedical Engineering (2021).

Congratulations to Sheng Zhang, who won the CMU Center for Machine Learning and Health's Fellowship in Digital Health (2021).

Congratulations to Mackenzie Maurer Ditty, who won the Outstanding Poster Award of the 2nd Carnegie Mellon Forum on Biomedical Engineering (2019).