Larynx is critical to our daily breathing, communication and swallowing functions. The VUA research lab focuses on advancing personalized medicine in voice and upper airway dysfunctions through the development of biological computing, point-of-care diagnostics, regenerative biomaterials and Internet of Medical Things (IoMT).
The VUA Lab advocates the best practice of EDI principles in STEM and to foster a diverse, safe and inclusive training environment for individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation or other diverse backgrounds.
If you share the same vision and research interests as of the VUA lab, we welcome you to join our dynamic and multi-disciplinary team. We currently have open positions (Ph.D. and post-doc) in our computer modeling and digital health projects. Please send your CV, unofficial transcripts and a short description of why you're interested in our work to Prof. Nicole Li-Jessen.