The Wang Lab is a biomedical research laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin established in January of 2021 and led by Dr. Huiliang (Evan) Wang. The primary research topics of our lab are the development of nanomaterials, electronics, and genetic approaches in neural interfacing, for both neuroscience research and clinical diseases.

News and Highlights

Postdoctoral Fellow Jinmo Jeong awarded Human Frontier Science Program Fellowship.

09/01/2022

Our Postdoctoral Fellow Jinmo Jeong receives the prestigious 3-year Cross-Disciplinary Fellowships from Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP). Congratulations, Jinmo!

We received NIH R35 MIRA!

07/12/2022

We are very grateful for receiving the R35 Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA) from NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)!

 

Undergraduate student Christian Gabbert awarded Hispanic Scholarship Fund

07/02/2022

Our BME undergraduate student Christian Gabbert receives the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) for his second time. HSF provides students of Hispanic heritage with financial aid, mentorship, and internship/career opportunities. Check out the organization here: https://www.hsf.net/   

We received Crag Neilson Foundation Grant!

06/01/2022

The grant will enable us to collaborate with Linda Noble’s lab at Dell Medical School to work on Spinal Cord Injury. Thanks Crag Neilson Foundation for this generous support!

 

Review Paper "Design of hydrogel-based wearable EEG electrodes for medical applications" published to Journal of Materials Chemistry B

06/01/2022

Our third review paper, “Design of hydrogel-based wearable EEG electrodes for medical applications”, has been published to the Journal of Materials Chemistry B. Congratulations to graduate student Leon Hsieh and his collaborators.

Review Paper "Ultrasound-triggered organic mechanoluminescence materials" published to Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews

06/01/2022

Our second review paper, “Ultrasound-triggered organic mechanoluminscence materials”, has been published in Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. Congratulations to post-doc Wenliang Wang and his collaborators.

Undergraduate student Michael Solomon awarded summer scholarship

05/05/2022

Our neuroscience undergraduate student Michael Solomon receives UT College of Natural Sciences scholarship for continuing his research in our lab during summer 2022. Congratulations, Michael!

PhD graduate student Aaron Tasset awarded NDSEG Fellowship

03/31/2022

Biomedical engineering PhD graduate student Aaron Tasset receives the 2022 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship Award. Each fellowship provides tuition support and annual stipends for three years. Congratulations, Aaron!

Our first review paper was published in Nanoscale

03/20/2022

Our first review paper, “Overcoming barriers in non-viral gene delivery for neurological applications”, has been published in Nanoscale. Thank you to PhD candidate Diedra Ward and Dr. Nicholas Peppas for their collaboration on this publication. 

We hosted Dr. John Rogers at UT

10/22/2021

The Wang Lab hosted Dr. John Rogers during his visit to UT where he gave a talk on the recent progress in soft, wireless wearables for health monitoring and rehabilitation. 

We received ADPA Research Grant

09/01/2021

The grant was awarded to develop sono-optogenetics for Parkinson’s disease treatment. Thanks, ADPA, for this support!

We received Welsh Foundation Grant

03/30/2021

We have got the first grant for the lab. Thanks Welch Foundation for the generous support!

Our lab started at UT Austin from 2021!

01/01/2021

Our lab started at UT Austin BME. We are located at the UT Austin BME building.