Principal Investigator, Ph.D., email@example.com
Lu obtained her Ph.D. from Columbia University, working with Prof. Wei Min. Too fascinated by the stimulated Raman scattering microscopy, she decided to stay at Columbia, continuing her postdoctoral work on developing new nonlinear vibrational imaging techniques. Lu joined the faculty at Caltech in 2018. Lu has recently been recognized by the 2017 ACS PHYS Division Young Investigator Award, the 2018 Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists, the 2019 Amgen Early Innovator Award, the 2020 NIH Director's New Innovator Award, and the 2022 Sloan Research Fellowship. Lu is also a Heritage Medical Research Institute (HMRI) investigator at Caltech.
Postdoc, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org
Chenxi got his Ph.D. from University of Toronto, working with Prof. Geoffrey Ozin. Since very young he has been fascinated by how things work. Driven by his interests in observing informative phenomena in complex materials and biological systems with emerging vibrational imaging methods, Chenxi joined the Wei lab in 2018, trying to obtain more insights into the working principles of these systems. Apart from science, Chenxi loves literature and photography.
Postdoc, Ph.D., email@example.com
Haomin graduated as a Ph.D. from Lehigh University. During his Ph.D., he was advised by Prof. Xiaoji Xu on developing novel s-SNOM and AFM-IR methods to reveal details in the nanoworld. Haomin joined the Wei lab in 2020 and is specifically interested in utilizing light-matter interactions as tools to resolve complex systems at fundamental levels. In his free time, Haomin enjoys Karaoke, hiking, and video games. His GOAT game so far is The Legend of Zelda: BotW.
Graduate Student, G5 (Chem), firstname.lastname@example.org
Kun was born and raised in Shenzhen, China and did his undergraduate at the Pennsylvania State University where he worked in the labs of Dr. Xin Zhang and Dr. Karl Mueller on the chemical biology of protein folding and investigating cellulose microfibrils structrue using solid state NMR. Outside lab Kun enjoy singing (well, not only outside but also in lab) playing video games and cooking.
Graduate Student, G5 (Chem), email@example.com
Jiajun graduated with B.S. from University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2017, majoring in Chemistry. At USTC, he worked with Prof. Guoqing Zhang on luminescent soft materials.
Dongkwan (Kwan) Lee
Graduate Student, G4 (ChemE), firstname.lastname@example.org
Kwan was raised in Seoul, South Korea. He earned his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he worked in the labs of Prof. Bhargava and Prof. Bailey. When not in lab, Kwan enjoys getting outside, playing basketball, and hoping the LA Lakers will make the Western Conference Finals.
Graduate Student, G3 (Chem), email@example.com
Xiaotian was born and raised in Shandong Province, China. She received her B.S. degree in Chemical Biology at College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University in 2019. During her undergraduate studies, she joined the Zoulab and worked with Prof. Peng Zou in developing voltage indicators for mitochondria.
Graduate Student, G3 (Chem), firstname.lastname@example.org
Li-En was born and raised in Taiwan. He got his B.S. degree in Chemistry at National Taiwan University, where he worked on mass spectrometry imaging techniques in Dr. Cheng-Chih Hsu's lab. He enjoys searching for delicious food (especially desserts) outside of the lab.
Graduate Student, G1 (Chem), email@example.com
Yulu graduated with honor from University of Science and Technology of China, Department of Physical Chemistry. She used to work on ultra-fast terahertz spectroscope with Prof. Shuji Ye. Her interests includes but are not limited to cooking, hiking, and strength training.
Rahuljeet (RJ) Chadha
Graduate Student, G1 (Chem), firstname.lastname@example.org
RJ graduated with a BS honors in Chemistry in 2020 from Trinity College Connecticut where he worked in a bioanalytical chemistry lab under the mentorship of Dr. Michelle Kovarik. His role involved investigating the specificity of peptide substrate reporters for Protein Kinase B in Dictyostelium discoideum. Following Trinity, RJ earned his Master's in Chemistry from Brown University in 2021 under the guidance of Dr. Ming Xian. When not in the lab, RJ enjoys traveling, exploring new places to eat, and drinking coffee! LinkedIn
Graduate Student, G1 (Chem), email@example.com
Adrian was born in Baja California, Mexico where he was partially raised before moving to San Diego, California. He earned a B.S in Biochemistry from San Diego State University, under the mentorship of Dr. Christopher Harrison in his bioanalytical chemistry lab. He worked in method development for direct blood doping detection utilizing capillary isoelectric focusing. Outside of the lab, Adrian enjoys hiking, cooking, and playing video games.